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- Over 2 billion people speak English, making English the largest language by number of speakers,[circular reference] and the third largest language by number...
- The Anglophone Crisis (French: Crise anglophone), also known as the Ambazonia War, or the Cameroonian Civil War, is a conflict in the Southern Cameroons...
- The term Anglophone Commonwealth Caribbean or British Commonwealth Caribbean is used to refer to the British West Indies independent and remaining overseas...
- The Anglophone Problem, as it is commonly referred to in Cameroon, is a socio-political issue rooted in Cameroon's colonial legacies from the Germans,...
- Anglophone Cameroonians are the people of various cultural backgrounds, most of who hail from the English-speaking regions of Cameroon (Northwest and Southwest...
- Anglophone South is a Canadian school district in New Brunswick. Anglophone South is an Anglophone district operating 79 public schools (gr. K-12) in Saint...
- reinforce the dominance of logical positivism and analytic philosophy in Anglophone countries. Logical positivists typically considered philosophy as having...
- Anglophone West is a Canadian school district in New Brunswick. Anglophone West is an Anglophone district operating 70 public schools (gr. K-12) in York...
- This is a timeline of the Anglophone Crisis during 2019. On January 2, armed men chopped the hands or fingers off at least half a dozen workers at Cameroon...
- Anglophone East School District, formerly known as School District 2, is a Canadian school district in South-East New Brunswick. The district is an Anglophone...
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