Definition of Mainlanders

1. Noun. (plural of mainlander) ¹



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Definition of Mainlanders

1. mainlander [n] - See also: mainlander

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mainlanders

maindoors
maindrag
mained
mainest
mainframe
mainframe computer
mainframelike
mainframes
mainie
mainies
maining
mainland
mainland China
mainland Chinese
mainlander
mainlanders (current term)
mainlands
mainline
mainlined
mainliner
mainliners
mainlines
mainlining
mainly
mainmast
mainmasts
mainor
mainors
mainour
mainours

Literary usage of Mainlanders

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1. The Democratisation Process in Zanzibar: A Retarded Transition by Mohammed Ali Bakari (2001)
"Only 42.3% of mainlanders were married to fellow mainlanders, ... Thirteen Arabs were married to mainlanders, whereas in Unguja only 6 Arabs were married to ..."

2. Migration and the Labour Market in Asia: Recent Trends and Policies by Nihon Rōdō Kyōkai (2003)
"The government estimated the cost of accepting the 1.67 million mainlanders eligible for right of abode would come to HK$ 710 billion over the next ten ..."

3. International Migration in Asia: Trends and Policies by Oecd (2001)
"With just half the survey completed, the Secretary for Security released figures that an estimated 692 000 mainlanders would have the immediate right to ..."

4. The Hardy Country: Literary Landmarks of the Wessex Novels by Charles George Harper (1904)
"... the aloofness and marked individuality to be expected from such an ancestry. To them the mainlanders were foreigners, or, as themselves would say, ..."

5. The Venetian Printing Press: An Historical Study Based Upon Documents for by Horatio Forbes Brown (1891)
"The four mainlanders at present members of the guild, Manfrè, Remondini, Conzatti, and Veronese, may remain. The copyright in new books, which, ..."

6. Tales of Aegean Intrigue by John Cuthbert Lawson (1920)
"And those mainlanders, and the Athens folk who were supposed to govern them and ... They had seen what the mainlanders were worth in the Balkan wars ; but a ..."

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