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  • n. Plural form of uplander.


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  • A lot of the areas are set up for waterfowlers and uplanders as that is a major deal here.

    An Important Revelation

  • He said he really did not go for mouth-missiles because they were only for uplanders.


  • It identifies a unified nation with a single people, the Filipinos, and also a highly fragmented, plural society divided between Muslims and Christians, peasants and city dwellers, uplanders and lowlanders, rich and poor, and between the people of one ethnic, linguistic, or geographic region and those of another.

    The Philippines: Singular and Plural

  • It handles like a British best but sells for a price that many ordinary uplanders can afford.

    The Best Hunting and Fishing Gear of 2005

  • In Gifts, Orrec and Gry are teens maturing in a feudal society of uplanders and lowlanders that seems much like medieval Europe.

    Archive 2006-02-01

  • Shooting too soon remains the most common error committed by uplanders.

    Better Bird Shooting

  • Although dwellers still employ their own indigenous ways of backyard farming, other existing agroforestry practices are adopted, thus elevating home gardens into a more updated practice and, consequently, more responsive to the needs of the uplanders.

    1. Multistoried Sequential Cropping: The Cavite Model

  • Ultimately, the kit will help enable DENR's ISF's program to give the Filipino uplanders access to forest lands for a tenure of 25 years or more.

    Chapter 2

  • In addition, the diets of these uplanders are found to be inadequate in quality and quantity.

    Chapter 6

  • In the course of the subsequent expansion of slavery, many of the uplanders and mountaineers were gradually won to the support of that institution.

    The Journal of Negro History, Volume 1, January 1916


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