Movements that arise in developing nations to expel colonialist powers (see colonialism), often by means of guerrilla warfare.
noun 1. a library established and funded by a national government with the designation national, to serve the needs of this government, often to function as a library of record for the nation’s publishing output, and in some cases to act as a central agency for library and bibliographic development in the nation.
- National lottery
noun a lottery that is available to the entire country, esp. one sponsored or controlled by the government Examples The UK has had a National Lottery since 1994.
[nash-uh-nl, nash-nuh l] /ˈnæʃ ə nl, ˈnæʃ nəl/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or maintained by a as an organized whole or independent political unit: national affairs. 2. owned, preserved, or maintained by the federal government: a national wildlife refuge. 3. peculiar or common to the whole people of a country: national customs. 4. devoted […]
noun 1. one of some 6000 college scholarships awarded annually since 1956, by the nonprofit, grant-supported National Merit Scholarship Corporation, to high-school students (National Merit Scholars) on the basis of scholastic record, personal character, and score on a test administered nationally.