Definition of Loyalism. Meaning of Loyalism. Synonyms of Loyalism

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- Loyalism, in the United Kingdom, its overseas territories and its former colonies, refers to the allegiance to the British crown or the United Kingdom...
- unionism, loyalism has been described as an ethnic nationalism of Ulster Protestants and "a variation of British nationalism". Ulster loyalism emerged in...
- Loyal may refer to: Loyalty Loyal (album), by Dave Dobbyn, 1988 "Loyal" (Dave Dobbyn song) The Loyal, an album by Tiger Lou, 2005 "Loyal" (Chris Brown...
- from the latter into Canada. Simcoe desired to demonstrate the merits of loyalism and abolitionism in Upper Canada in contrast to the nascent republicanism...
- attributed to republican paramilitaries and 30% of the total killed). Loyalism, of which the once largely rural Orange Order had been the archetypal expression...
- Gaddafi loyalism consists of sympathetic sentiment towards the overthrown government of Muammar Gaddafi, who was killed in October 2011. It has been responsible...
- Loyal to the Game is the ninth studio album and fifth posthumous studio album by Tupac Shakur. It contains remixes of previously unreleased music recorded...
- Loyal Griggs, A.S.C. (August 15, 1906 – May 6, 1978), was an American cinematographer. Griggs joined the staff of Paramount Pictures in 1924 after graduating...
- parliamentary systems of government, the loyal opposition is the opposition parties in the legislature. The word loyal indicates that the non-governing parties...
- Orange Order is a conservative unionist organisation, with links to Ulster loyalism. It campaigned against Scottish independence in 2014. The Order sees itself...
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