support from the British

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  • Despite good support from the British establishment, the company gradually fell into unprofitability.
  • He had absolutely no support from the British government.
  • This suggestion met with some support from the British Home Office.
  • However, they received substantial support from the British Army.
  • The organization received military support from the British intelligence service, SOE.
  • He then made his escape from the Maharajah, and found protection and support from the British government of India. Cited from Campaign of the Indus, by T.W.E. Holdsworth
  • In the end the Siamese submitted fully to the French conditions, finding no support from the British.
  • Nonetheless, the Chamberlain government received strong and almost unanimous support from the British press.
  • It receives financial support from the British Academy, award sponsors, private donors and its membership.
  • Sir Syed's pioneering work received support from the British.
  • CQUK also received support from the British Humanist Association and many private donators.
  • This attack opened the advance, with the main attack being launched by the British Third Army along with support from the British Fourth Army.
  • The open support from the British authorities did, however, render the party unpopular amongst the Sudanese population in general.
  • Despite the principal members' years together and unique musical abilities, as well as support from the British musical press, Mallard never achieved commercial success.
  • In the 19th century, with support from the British, the Temenggong family gained recognition as rulers of the state.
  • After World War I, he received further support from the British, including a glut of surplus munitions.
  • In reaction to this, the Peshwa requested support from the British, but was refused.
  • After much negotiation and a show of support from the British for merger, the impasse was resolved.
  • Part of the motivation for this was a desire to gain support from the British Empire, whose help was needed in a conflict with Egypt.
  • The court considered the matter for some time, while Shamama tried to muster support from the British and French legations.
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