There was a time when the average Briton or American belonged to a startlingly large number of clubs and societies.
Just before storming the complex the militants ambushed nearby a bus carrying employees and killed a Briton and an Algerian.
The 20-year-old Briton has been held at Phonthong since she was arrested August 6, 2008, at Wattay Airport in Vientiane.
He then saw 7-year old Zainab al-Hilli [lying in the recovery position] yards from the car, where the Briton had placed her.
On board were 149 Indonesians, three South Koreans, one Singaporean, a Malaysian, and one Briton, the airline said.
Monday, October 30th, 1899, is not a date which can be looked back to with satisfaction by any Briton.
Not at all; I think I could swallow a burly Briton or two, if the occasion required.
I therefore lay these facts before you, an Englishman, knowing that a Briton's generosity and capabilities are proverbially equal.
For instance, a Briton was of more value than a man, and wives than women.
The Briton would not give the Saxon the salutation or the kiss of peace.
Anglo-French Bretun, from Latin Brittonem (nominative Britto, misspelled Brito in MSS) "a member of the tribe of the Britons," from *Britt-os, the Celtic name of the Celtic inhabitants of Britain and southern Scotland before the 5c. Anglo-Saxon invasion drove them into Wales, Cornwall, and a few other corners. In 4c. B.C.E. Greek they are recorded as Prittanoi, which is said to mean "tattooed people." Exclusively in historical use after Old English period; revived when James I was proclaimed King of Great Britain in 1604, and made official at the union of England and Scotland in 1707.