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  • Boer War, ch. 36, If, during his long persecution by President Kruger, Wools-Sampson in the bitterness of his heart had vowed a feud against the Boer
    992 bytes (70 words) - 16:20, 25 April 2016
  • See also: boer From Afrikaans boer ‎(“farmer”). IPA(key): /bʊər/, /bɔr/, /bɔər/ Boer ‎(plural Boers) A Dutch colonist in South Africa, or one of their
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  • Gained popularity at the time of the Boer war. Burenwurst f ‎(genitive Burenwurst, plural Burenwürste) The most popular kind of sausage sold at food stalls
    633 bytes (70 words) - 17:55, 3 May 2016
  • 1900, Arthur Conan Doyle, The Great Boer War, ch. 30: Then it was seen how perilous was the situation of the Boer snipers. . . . There was no escape for
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  • same name in the Western Cape, South Africa. During the South African War (or Boer War), English officers who had done badly were sent to a farm at Stellenbosch
    410 bytes (72 words) - 20:46, 22 July 2016
  • from the celebrations in London after the relief of Mafeking during the Boer War. maffick ‎(third-person singular simple present mafficks, present participle
    425 bytes (51 words) - 14:58, 22 July 2016
  • -s- +‎ leir; apparently from English concentration camp (during the 2nd Boer War), but compare with German Konzentrationslager. konsentrasjonsleir m ‎(definite
    676 bytes (84 words) - 12:36, 12 June 2016
  • footing, fell, and so was whirled away. 1900, Arthur Conan Doyle, The Great Boer War, At Odendaal, where he had hoped to cross, the river was in spate, the
    5 KB (521 words) - 04:48, 10 July 2016
  • able to repulse the attack. 1976, Byron Farwell, The Great Boer War, page 93, […] the Boer marksmen leaned over their sangers and fired on the helmeted
    6 KB (456 words) - 23:02, 22 July 2016
  • short." 1900, Arthur Conan Doyle, The Great Boer War, ch. 19: The two brigades at either end of the Boer lines had lost no chance of pushing in, and now
    2 KB (202 words) - 18:33, 27 July 2016
  • it) — "he'll smell and taste that." 1902, Arthur Conan Doyle, The Great Boer War, ch. 38: As it happened, this particular ordeal was exceedingly severe
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  • compulsory for all boys) […] 2004, Philippa Levine, Gender and Empire: Boer War hero Robert Baden-Powell founded the Scouts in 1907 so that young men might
    5 KB (635 words) - 01:45, 26 April 2016
  • (1868–1945), British field commander active during the Second Anglo-Boer War and the First World War rare surname Gorringe on Wikipedia.Wikipedia
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  • running only in times of heavy rain. 1900, Arthur Conan Doyle, The Great Boer War, Volume 2, 2008 Easyread Large Bold Edition, page 14: Major Pack-Beresford
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  • behaviour or good judgement, etc. 1900, Arthur Conan Doyle, The Great Boer War, page 409, The very date which put them beyond the pale as belligerents
    5 KB (522 words) - 13:42, 22 July 2016
  • Conan Doyle, The Great Boer War, 2010, unnumbered page, The English cries of the soldiers were answered in English by the Boers, and slouch hat or helmet
    5 KB (431 words) - 10:18, 11 April 2015
  • kaffirgram ‎(plural kaffirgrams) (historical) Mail carried by native runners, smuggled out of the siege of Mafeking during the Boer War.
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  • derogatory, ethnic slur) An Englishman. 1900, Arthur Conan Doyle, The Great Boer War, 2011, page 470, Again and again the surprise was effected, not by the
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  • Possibly from stash. Australian from 1893; Boer War military slang. Also may be derived from stushie or stooshie, a Scottish term for a commotion, rumpus
    5 KB (379 words) - 17:45, 25 July 2016
  • kakie ‎(plural kakies) # Afrikaans derogatory name for English soldier in Boer war after the colour of the British uniforms. kakie feminine singular of
    308 bytes (24 words) - 00:35, 9 May 2016

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