Derived forms of colonial experiencecolonial experiencer, noun
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How to use colonial experience in a sentence
Should capability delivery experience additional changes, this estimate will be revised appropriately.
Women are more likely to recover sooner from birth and less likely to experience post-partum depression.
And, as Gow adds wryly from his own personal experience, “To a huge extent they achieved that aim very well.”
He flew with Captain Irianto, 53, who had 20,000 hours experience, more than 6,000 hours on the A320.
The copilot on Flight 8501 was Remi Emmanuel Piesel, 46, who despite his age had just 2,275 hours of flying experience.
As Spain, however, has fallen from the high place she once held, her colonial system has also gone down.
The experience of the Jesuit fathers at Port Royal is related at length, from their own point of view.
With Bacon, experientia does not always mean observation; and may mean either experience or experiment.The Mediaeval Mind (Volume II of II)|Henry Osborn Taylor
I cannot see in science, nor in experience, nor in history any signs of such a God, nor of such intervention.God and my Neighbour|Robert Blatchford
Knowing by experience that he would soon be up to it, he used his pole with all his might, hoping to steer clear of it.The Giant of the North|R.M. Ballantyne