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Anglo-American is a term usually implying a relationship between the United States and the United Kingdom (specifically England), or the two countries' shared language (English) and/or cultural heritage. In this context the term may refer to:

The term is also used, less frequently, to denote a connection between English people (or the English language) and the Western Hemisphere as a whole. In this context the term can mean:


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