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- elite The English word civilization comes from the 16th-century French civilisé ("civilized"), from Latin civilis ("civil"), related to civis ("citizen")...
- Civilisées (A Civilized People or Al Mutahaddirat) is a 1999 French- and Arabic-language film directed and written by Randa Chahal Sabag, a renowned Lebanese...
- Reynolds first appeared on screen in several short films, including Civilised People by UK comedy duo In Cahoots, which was shown at the Edinburgh Festival...
- school system, as well as architecture to develop ‘economic growth and civilising influence’ as an important component of president McKinley's "benevolent...
- London. ISBN 978-1-84904-692-3. OCLC 999629248. Barker, A. J. (1968). The Civilising Mission: The Italo-Ethiopian War 1935–6. London: C****ell. pp. 292–293...
- pretence that Abyssinia is a fit, worthy and equal member of a league of civilised nations. Rhodes James 1970, p. 408. Boadilla by Esmond Romilly, first...
- Cain, Peter J. (2012). "Character, 'Ordered Liberty', and the Mission to Civilise: British Moral Justification of Empire, 1870–1914". Journal of Imperial...
- Russel Wallace and Galton, natural selection seemed to no longer act upon civilised communities in the way it did upon other animals: With savages, the weak...
- reached nearly 11 million in 1960. French policy was predicated on "civilising" the country. The slave trade and piracy in Algeria ceased following the...
- HarperCollins, ISBN 978-0-00-711062-9 Politics Banerjee, Sumanta (22 July 2005). "Civilising the BJP". Economic & Political W****ly. 40 (29): 3116–3119. JSTOR 4416896...