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  • {{Image|Flag of Argentina.gif|right|250px|The flag of Argentine Republic.}} ...ion. Its [[currency]] is the Argentine peso, issued by the Central Bank of Argentina. It is divided into 23 provinces and its capital and largest city, [[Buenos
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  • ...Argentine Football Association]] (Asociación del Fútbol Argentino; AFA). Argentina became a member of [[FIFA]] in 1912 and was a founder member of [[CONMEBOL]
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  • * Dilks, Christabelle. ''Footprint Argentina'' (4th ed. 2007) ...ael, et al. ''Frommer's Argentina'' (2007) [http://www.amazon.com/Frommers-Argentina-Complete-Michael-Luongo/dp/0470124792/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1
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  • #REDIRECT [[U.S. intelligence activities in Argentina]]
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  • {{r|Argentina}}
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  • 1982 war between Argentina and the United Kingdom over the Falkland Islands and their dependencies.
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  • A Brythonic Celtic language spoken mainly in Wales and Patagonia, Argentina.
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  • Country in Central South America, northeast of Argentina, which also has boundaries with [[Bolivia]] and [[Brazil]].
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  • ...ally sound democracy in the [[Southern Cone]] of [[South America]], with [[Argentina]] and [[Brazil]] as neighbors
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  • A free trade agreement among some countries of the [[Southern Cone]] ([[Argentina]], [[Brazil]] and [[Paraguay]]) and [[Canada]]
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  • ...aircraft carrier launched in 1944, transferred to Canada and then sold to Argentina in 1958
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  • ...th America|South American]] war pitting [[Paraguay]] against alliance of [[Argentina]], [[Brazil]], and [[Uruguay]] (1864-1870).
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  • ...tic archipelago of over 200 islands; British Overseas Territory claimed by Argentina as the ''Islas Malvinas'' (pop. about 2,900).
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  • The southernmost part of [[South America]], always including [[Argentina]], [[Chile]] and [[Uruguay]]; sometimes all or part of [[Brazil]], as well
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  • ...Triple Alliance]], fought by [[Paraguay]] against the triple alliance of [[Argentina]], [[Brazil]], and [[Uruguay]], between 1864 and 1870.
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  • ...epiphyte species and seven natural hybrids of Brazil, one species reaching Argentina and Paraguay.
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  • ...who escaped Germany but was subsequently apprehended by Israeli agents in Argentina, and tried and executed by an Israeli court
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  • ...River Plate (Río de la Plata) basin, which includes Uruguay and parts of Argentina, encompassing Buenos Aires.
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  • ...ns of the Americas. The inaugural competition was in 1951 at Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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  • ...enus formed by three tiny species spread from Northeast of [[Brazil]] to [[Argentina]], two species previously classified under genera ''Neolaucea'' and ''Sophr
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  • ...populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/U.S. intelligence activities in Argentina]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Argentina}}
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  • ...Afghanistan]], ranked as Assistant Ambassador; former [[U.S. Ambassador to Argentina]] and [[ Assistant Secretary of State for Economic and Business Affairs]]
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  • {{r|Argentina}}
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  • ...the '''Great War''', pitted [[Paraguay]] against the triple alliance of [[Argentina]], [[Brazil]], and [[Uruguay]]. Lasting from 1864 until 1870, it is the blo ...eclined access for Paraguay. López responded with a declaration of war on Argentina on March 18, 1865.
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  • ...Argentine Football Association]] (Asociación del Fútbol Argentino; AFA). Argentina became a member of [[FIFA]] in 1912 and was a founder member of [[CONMEBOL]
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  • |Argentina |Argentina
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  • ...n [[Alberta]] and southern [[British Columbia]] in [[Canada]] to Central [[Argentina]].
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  • A secret security operation among the military governments of [[Argentina]], [[Chile]], [[Brazil]], [[Bolivia]], [[Paraguay]] and [[Uruguay]], begi
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  • ...le Alliance]], a nineteenth century war that pitted [[Paraguay]] against [[Argentina]], [[Brazil]], and [[Uruguay]].
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  • The activities of the [[United States intelligence community]] in Argentina, the legal aftereffects in the U.S. of Argentinian intelligence, and region
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  • *Argentina *[[Sovereign default/Addendum#Argentina's default, 2001|Argentina]]. (82)
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  • {{r|Argentina}} {{r|U.S. Ambassador to Argentina||**}}
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  • ...the Tropic of Capricorn. Politically, it is always considered to include [[Argentina]], [[Chile]] and [[Uruguay]]. Some analysts include [[Brazil]] or sometimes ...uay and Uruguay. [[Operation Condor]], during the [[Cold War]], involved [[Argentina]], [[Chile]], [[Brazil]], [[Bolivia]], [[Paraguay]] and [[Uruguay]].
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  • ...''[[Río de la Plata]]'') basin, which includes [[Uruguay]] and parts of [[Argentina]], encompassing [[Buenos Aires]]. It is mainly characterized by its use of
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  • ...|author=Pavarotti, Luciano with Wright, William|publisher=Javier Vergara-Argentina |year=1985 |isbn= 9501503984}}
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  • ...one]] of [[South America]]. Colonized by [[Spain]], it was then claimed by Argentina, annexed by Brazil in 1821, but became independent in 1828, suffering thro After economic crises early in the 21st century, linked to problems in Argentina and Brazil, Uruguay, with [[IMF]] assistance, restructured its external deb
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  • ...ddressed as "Ambassador" since he came from a post as [[U.S. Ambassador to Argentina]] in June 2009. His role in Afghanistan was to oversee all U.S. government Bilateral cooperation between the United States and Argentina, expressed in an op-ed for the Argentinian press, <ref name=OP5>{{citation
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  • *[[Ministry of Defense (Argentina)]]
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  • ...the '''Falklands Conflict''' or '''Crisis''', was fought in 1982 between [[Argentina]] and the [[United Kingdom]] over the [[Falkland Islands]] (Spanish: ''Isla ...lared by either hostile government. The initial invasion was considered by Argentina as reoccupation of its own territory, but by the United Kingdom as an invas
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  • ...Germany]] (4,4); [[Italy (football)|Italy]] (4,2); [[Argentina (football)|Argentina]] (2,3); [[France (football)|France]] (2,1); [[Uruguay (football)|Uruguay]] * 1930 '''Uruguay 4–2 Argentina''' at [[Estadio Centenario]], Montevideo
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  • ...second person conjugation of certain [[verb]]s. It is primarily used in [[Argentina]], [[Uruguay]] and [[Guatemala]], however can be found throughout the Spani
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  • * Dilks, Christabelle. ''Footprint Argentina'' (4th ed. 2007) ...ael, et al. ''Frommer's Argentina'' (2007) [http://www.amazon.com/Frommers-Argentina-Complete-Michael-Luongo/dp/0470124792/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1
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  • ...idades'' in Spanish) of predominantly European/Middle Eastern descent in [[Argentina]]. This is an artificial concept without any scientific value and is most f
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  • **[[Cordillera de Lípez]] ([[Bolivia]], [[Argentina]]) **[[Cordón del Plata]] ([[Argentina]])
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  • ...me '''Jorge Mario Bergoglio''' (born 17 December 1936, [[Buenos Aires]], [[Argentina]]), is the leader of the [[Roman Catholicism|Roman Catholic Church]] and th
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  • {{r|Argentina}}
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  • ...nd its suburbs, La Plata, Mar del Plata, and smaller cities."<ref name=HRW-Argentina-US>{{citation | url = http://www.hrw.org/reports/2001/argentina/argen1201-11.htm
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  • {{r|Argentina}}
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  • ...e Second Circuit]] found in favor of Argentinians, [[torture|tortured]] in Argentina, under the authority of an Argentinean officer who had moved to the U.S. *[[Forti v. Suarez Mason]], a 1987 case involving Argentina
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  • {{r|U.S. intelligence activities in Argentina}}
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  • Intelligence and police issues need to be understood in the context of [[Argentina]]'s political system. In the USA, the Executive Branch, and the Intelligenc Argentina, however, historically has not had such controls.
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  • {{Image|Flag of Argentina.gif|right|250px|The flag of Argentine Republic.}} ...ion. Its [[currency]] is the Argentine peso, issued by the Central Bank of Argentina. It is divided into 23 provinces and its capital and largest city, [[Buenos
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  • ...through [[Ecuador]], [[Peru]] and [[Bolivia]] to Southern [[Chile]] and [[Argentina]]. The [[geology|geological]] composition of the range is the result of a
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  • ...es guidelines and supervisory standards. The Committee's members come from Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong SAR,
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  • ...multiple forms of dissent, among the 1970s-era military dictatorships of [[Argentina]], [[Brazil]], [[Bolivia]], [[Chile]], [[Paraguay]] and [[Uruguay]].<ref n | url = | url = http://www.hrw.org/legacy/reports/2001/argentina/argen1201-09.htm
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  • ...ory]] with [[Stanley]] the [[capital (city)|capital]] but are claimed by [[Argentina]]; in [[Spanish language|Spanish]], they are referred to as the '''Islas Ma ...s Supporting the Falkland Islanders' rights]'. 31st July 2013.</ref> while Argentina has continued to claim it due to various historical events and its proximit
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  • ...evotes a chapter each to a handful of individual folk saints. Focus is on Argentina and Peru.''
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  • *'''[[I due Foscari]]''' - [[Teatro Argentina]], [[Rome]], 1844 *'''[[La battaglia di Legnano]]''' - Teatro Argentina, Rome, 1849
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  • {{r|U.S. intelligence activities in Argentina}}
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  • {{r|Argentina}} {{r|U.S. intelligence activities in Argentina}}
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  • ====Argentina====
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  • ===Argentina, 2001=== ...cial support from the [[International Monetary Fund]] (whose policy toward Argentina was later judged to have been mistaken)
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  • '''1979 7" single edition''' (Argentina: Swan Song SS 79435)
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  • [[Argentina]], [[Australia]], [[Brazil]], [[Canada]], [[China]], [[France]], [[Germany]
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  • '''1969 7" single''' (Argentina: Atlantic 2164 002)
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  • Bunker began his diplomatic career as [[U.S. Ambassador to Argentina ]]in 1951 and subsequently served [[U.S. Ambassador to Italy|Italy]] from 1
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  • ...f voting by the [[International Olympic Committee]] in [[Buenos Aires]], [[Argentina]]. In the first round of voting, Madrid and Istanbul tied for second positi
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  • *[http://www.uar.com.ar/ Argentina] (''Los Pumas'')
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  • {{r|Argentina}}
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  • McLynn, Frank J. "Consequences for Argentina of the War of Triple Alliance 1865-1870." The
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  • {{r|Argentina}}
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  • ...uit Court for the Northern District of California]]. The Court held that [[Argentina|Argentinean]] torturers, who had acted against Argentinean citizens without
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  • ...a Province|Mendoza]], [[Misiones Province|Misiones]], [[San Juan Province (Argentina)|San Juan]], [[San Luis Province|San Luis]], [[Santa Fe Province|Santa Fe]]
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  • {{r|Argentina}}
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  • {{r|Argentina}}
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  • ...'''HMS Sheffield (D80)''' was a [[Type 42-class]] [[destroyer]], sunk by [[Argentina]] in the 1982 [[Falklands War]]. While she was not the first ship sunk by a
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  • ...defaults and downgrades in [[/Addendum#Defaults and downgrades| '''Russia, Argentina, Ireland and Greece''']], notes on [[/Addendum#Sovereign default credit rat .... The Latin American defaults of the 1890s were triggered by doubts about Argentina’s economic stability, which led to the collapse of London's Baring Brothe
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  • '''Paraguay''' is a country in Central South America, northeast of Argentina, which also has boundaries with [[Bolivia]] and [[Brazil]]. It became indep ...he [[War of the Triple Alliance]] (1865-70) &mdash; between Paraguay and [[Argentina]], [[Brazil]], and [[Uruguay]]&mdash; Paraguay lost two-thirds of all adult
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  • |Argentina
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  • ...ntina'''‎ || [[Argentine Libertarian Federation]] (Federacion Libertaria Argentina) || '''FLA''' || ''El Libertario''<ref>[http://www.libertario.org.ar/libert
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  • ...ed in the north and east by [[Brazil]], in the south by [[Paraguay]] and [[Argentina]], and to the west by [[Chile]] and [[Peru]].
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  • During the [[Falklands War]], Argentina had a carrier, but it never deployed operationally against the British forc
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  • }}</ref> with the founding members being [[Argentina]], [[Brazil]] and [[Paraguay]], along with [[Canada]]<ref name=MERCOSUR-CA>
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  • ...t is an official language spoken by 6.5% of the population), [[France]], [[Argentina]], [[Canada]], and [[United States]].
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  • * [[Jaguar]], ''Panthera onca'' (the Americas; from [[Mexico]] to northern [[Argentina]])
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  • {{r|Argentina}}
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  • ===Argentina=== ...o be implemented. At its annual meeting in Hobart over the past two weeks, Argentina could not be persuaded to approve the adoption of a centralised system to m
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  • {{r|Argentina}}
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  • ...y species and one natural hybrid, spread from Northeast of [[Brazil]] to [[Argentina]], which are closely related to the genus ''[[Constantia]]''. During more t ...ers of altitude; ''I. virginalis'' also found in [[Paraguay]] and north of Argentina.
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  • ...the world--the liberals in societies from China to Iran to South Africa to Argentina are supporters of human rights and free markets--but its meaning has clearl
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  • ...free trade arrangement. Countries that border Chile are Peru, Bolivia, and Argentina. The island of Rapa Nui, also known as [[Easter Island]], is a special ter Buenos Aires, Argentina. Contreras was already imprisoned as a result of convictions stemming
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  • ...e briefly interned at the end of the [[Second World War]], he escaped to [[Argentina]] and lived there, under an assumed name, for ten years. In an unprecedente
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  • ...abet|IPA]]: xoɾxe lwis boɾxes, 24 August 1899 – 14 June 1986) was an [[Argentina|Argentinian]] writer and poet born in [[Buenos Aires]]. He grew up speaking ...ve]] in 1918. The Borges family decided that, due to political unrest in Argentina, they would remain in Switzerland. This lasted until 1921 when, after [[Wo
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  • ...1px #ccd2d9; padding: 0.4em 1em 0.4em 0; vertical-align: top" | UTC -3:00 (Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay) to UTC -8:00 (Mexico) * [[Argentina]]
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  • ...], in a clandestine operation, was used to capture [[Adolf Eichmann]] in [[Argentina]], but, once he was in Israel, was tried in a very public court proceeding.
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  • {{r|Extrajudicial detention, Argentina}}
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  • Six months later, he fled to South America. Upon arriving in [[Argentina]] via the ratlines, he became a security advisor to Juan Perón. Perón iss ...nded by an unknown assailant in Buenos Aires <ref> "Yugoslav Rebel Shot in Argentina," ''Oakland Tribune'', April 12, 1957, p3 </ref>. The operation was attrib
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  • '''1972 7" EP promo''' (Argentina: Music Hall 186)
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  • ...td>{{headofstate|Argentina}}</td><td>{{headofstate-enteredoffice|President|Argentina}}</td>
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  • * '''XXIst IAU General Assembly''' (1991): [[Buenos Aires]], [[Argentina]]
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  • **[http://www.asatru-argentina.com.ar/ Kindred Folkvang] Argentina (since 1992)
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  • ...attacking.<ref>There is a great contrast between the legacy of Bouchard in Argentina versus his reputation in the United States. In Buenos Aires, Bouchard is ho
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  • ...r. During the years of dictatorship, the main role of the Armed Forces in Argentina shifted form defending the country from external aggressions to defending i | title = Towards a Democratic Control of Argentina's Intelligence Community.
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  • == [[Argentina]] == ...Argentinian locust plagues with [[coccobacillus]] experiments. Even though Argentina claimed his success was inconsistent, he himself declared it a full success
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  • {{r|Argentina}}
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  • == [[Argentina]] == ...Argentinian locust plagues with [[coccobacillus]] experiments. Even though Argentina claimed his success was inconsistent, he himself declared it a full success
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  • ..., at which point their use was stopped. The experience, however, convinced Argentina that it needed a SIGINT aircraft, and Israel later converted a Argentine 70
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  • ...from [[Ascension Island]], destroyed the Falklands' airfields, preventing Argentina basing fighters there, or resupplying the Falklands by air. A large taskfor
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  • ...jungle]]s of south and southeast [[Brazil]], and also in [[Paraguay]] or [[Argentina]]. They are small [[epiphytic]] plants of [[caespitous growth]] that someti .... Two species have since been found in other countries, ''L. unicolor'' in Argentina, and ''L. bicolor'' in Paraguay. Three species show a high degree of [[ende
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  • ...e major rugby-playing nations are New Zealand, Australia, South Africa and Argentina. Tonga, Fiji and Western Samoa also have national teams. In the northern he ...h is competed for in a tournament held every four years. South Africa beat Argentina in the 2007 final.
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  • ...[[Brazil]]ian [[Atlantic Forest]], one species reaching the northeast of [[Argentina]] and east of [[Paraguay]]. This genus was established by [[John Lindley]] ...orquídeas del Parque Nacional Iguazú''', 130. Fundación Vida Silvestre Argentina, Buenos Aires. ISBN 9509725412</ref> and east of Paraguay<ref name="K"><spa
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  • {{r|Ministry of Defense (Argentina)}}
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  • ===Argentina=== ...entine Marine Corps (''Infantería de Marina de la Armada de la República Argentina'', IMARA) is a part of the Argentine Navy. Argentine Marines have the same
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  • '''1973 7" EP promo''' (Argentina: Music Hall 40.019)
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  • :*'''South America sub-region''': [[CIA activities in Argentina| Argentina]], Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, [[CIA activities in Peru|Peru]], Venezuela An intelligence-sharing arrangement among [[Argentina]], [[Brazil]], [[Chile]], [[Paraguay]] and [[Uruguay]] was established in 1
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  • In 1999, he was nominated, by [[Bill Clinton]] to be [[U.S. Ambassador to Argentina]], but was never confirmed. Republicans questioned the nomination after For
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  • {{r|Intelligence interrogation, Argentina}}
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  • ...'' (US/Australia: Atlantic 45-2849, Angola/South Africa: Atlantic ATS 568, Argentina: Atlantic 2091175, Austria/Germany: Atlantic ATL 10103, Brazil: Atco 209117
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  • ...turned down the program for now), [[China]], [[Egypt]], [[Nigeria]], and [[Argentina]], and has talked about discussions with other countries, notably including
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  • Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy
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  • <td>[[Argentina]]</td><td>[[Buenos Aires]]</td><td>[[Argentine peso]]</td> ...fstate|Argentina}}<br><small>''since {{headofstate-enteredoffice|President|Argentina}}''</small></td>
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  • ...ish speaking countries ([[pre-nominal letters]]) (similar to Dr. or Prof). Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Perú, Uruguay, Venezuela.
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  • {{r|U.S. intelligence activities in Argentina}}
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  • ...d Drinker Cope|Cope]], 1860) - [[Brazil]], [[Uruguay]], and northeastern [[Argentina]]. ...ern Coral Snake, ''[[Micrurus frontalis]]'' - [[Brazil]] to northeastern [[Argentina]].
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  • ==Argentina: Aircraft Platforms== After its experience in the Falklands, Argentina had a 707 converted to an ELINT aircraft by Israel.<ref name=Spyflight707>{
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  • ...is practiced in [[France]], [[Spain]], [[Australia]], [[South Africa]], [[Argentina]], and to a lesser extent, in other nations.
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  • ...language]] spoken mainly in [[Wales]] and one corner of [[Patagonia]] in [[Argentina]]. Like [[English language|English]], its roots can be traced to the [[Prot
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  • ...the [[South Pole]] with territories claimed by the UK, [[New Zealand]], [[Argentina]], [[Chile]] and [[Norway]].<ref>A number of other countries have reserved
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  • |[[Argentina]] |[[Argentina]] / [[United Kingdom]]
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  • ...Uruguay. He produced a CD-ROM containing the Department of State's entire Argentina Declassification collection along with annotated selections of documents to
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  • ...dization]] (ISO) '''country codes''', such as <code>'''.ar'''</code> for [[Argentina]], <code>'''.ca'''</code> for [[Canada]], <code>'''.cn'''</code> for [[Chin
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  • *[[Thomas Ojea Quintana]] ([[Argentina]]), Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in [[Myanmar]]
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  • ...CIA Activities by Region: Americas#Honduras 1987|Honduras 1987 training by Argentina and Chile]], where Florencio Caballero, a former Honduran Army interrogator ...CIA Activities by Region: Americas#Honduras 1987|Honduras 1987 training by Argentina and Chile]]. While the US manuals contained coercive measures, they did not
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  • | url = http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/Terrorism/argentina.html | title = Terrorist Bombings in Argentina(1992-1994)
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  • * 1948, Argentina, Losada (ISBN NA), hardback (Second edition, Spanish) * 1952, Argentina, Losada (ISBN NA), hardback (Third edition, Spanish, corrected by author)
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  • ...captured without Argentinian court involvement and secretly removed from [[Argentina]], then tried in Israel and executed in 1962. | url = | url = http://www.hrw.org/legacy/reports/2001/argentina/argen1201-09.htm
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  • ...>Yenne, p. 77. There is a great contrast between the legacy of Bouchard in Argentina versus his reputation in the United States. In Buenos Aires, Bouchard is ho ...helidon pyrrhonota'') is a migratory bird that spends its winters in Goya, Argentina but makes the 6,000-mile (10,000-kilometer) trek north to the warmer climes
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  • ...as a farm laborer in German, until his family was able to help him move to Argentina in the spring of 1949. His wife was unwilling to follow him, as his son Rol Argentina granted him asylum in 1949, and he lived there until West Germany asked for
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  • {{r|Human Rights in Argentina}} {{r|U.S. intelligence activities in Argentina}}
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  • ...eaking communities in the [[United States]], [[France]], [[England]] and [[Argentina]].
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  • ...in [[Brazil]], [[Argentina]],<ref>[http://www.electricscotland.com/history/argentina/patndx.htm]</ref> [[Chile]]<ref>[http://www.electricscotland.com/history/ot ...the Scottish people, such as Spanish, used by the population of Scots in [[Argentina]]. However, it is beyond the scope of this article to list every one compre
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  • **[[Argentina]] - [http://www.lacrosseargentina.tk Lacrosse Argentina]
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  • ...935), Italian (1937), Swedish (1939), Portuguese (Brazil) (1940), Spanish (Argentina) (1942), Netherlandish (1946), Hebrew (1947), and Hungarian (in the 1940s).
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  • ...observatories represent a multinational effort which includes groups from Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, France, Japan, the Netherlands, Taiwan,
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  • ...evacuated.<ref>There is a great contrast between the legacy of Bouchard in Argentina versus his reputation in the United States. In Buenos Aires, Bouchard is ho
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  • ...e [[samba]] beat from watching the [[1978 FIFA World Cup]] tournament in [[Argentina]].<ref>{{cite book|last=Lewis|first=Dave|year=2012|title=Led Zeppelin: From
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  • |[[Argentina]], [[Uruguay]]
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  • ...n USA. Developed countries USA, Canada, Australia, the EU and increasingly Argentina are the major exporters with developing countries being the main importers, ...e of fertilizers inputs with resulting high crop yields. In Australia and Argentina direct government subsidies are much lower.<ref> [http://www.cimmyt.org/res
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  • ...ands]], located in the south Atlantic Ocean, far from Britain and close to Argentina. When mediation failed, the U.S. supported Britain by quietly providing log
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  • ...n USA. Developed countries USA, Canada, Australia, the EU and increasingly Argentina are the major exporters with developing countries being the main importers, ...e of fertilizers inputs with resulting high crop yields. In Australia and Argentina direct government subsidies are much lower.<ref> [http://www.cimmyt.org/res
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  • ...the south.<ref>There is a great contrast between the legacy of Bouchard in Argentina versus his reputation in the United States. In Buenos Aires, Bouchard is ho
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  • ...an be traced to the [[Falklands War]] between the [[United Kingdom]] and [[Argentina]] in 1982. During that time, warplanes of the [[Royal Air Force]] were flyi
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  • | Argentina
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  • ...ndor]]. The latter was a cooperation among the military dictatorships of [[Argentina]], [[Brazil]], [[Bolivia]], [[Chile]], [[Paraguay]] and [[Uruguay]] beginn
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  • ...was founded by a Scottish schoolteacher, Alexander Watson Hutton, in 1893. Argentina's AAF Championship, which began in 1891, is the oldest football league outs
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  • * Argentina ...r D.11., build in the Netherlands. The official customer for this type was Argentina, but they really were intended for the reborn, still illegal German Luftwaf
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  • ...likely to acquire P-8s. All current P-3 users are candidates, including [[Argentina]], [[Canada]], [[Chile]], [[Germany]], [[Greece]], [[Italy]], [[Japan]], [[
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  • ...even nations that have claimed territory in Antarctica, the others being [[Argentina]], [[Chile]], [[France]], [[New Zealand]], [[Norway]] and the [[United King
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  • ...o, California|Sacramento]] in the [[United States]]; [[Buenos Aires]] in [[Argentina]], [[Uruguay]], and in [[Japan]]. Other countries where speakers can be fou ...economic market of [[Mercosul]] with other South America nations, such as Argentina, Uruguay, and Paraguay, there has been an increase in curiosity towards stu
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  • ...na]], [[Venezuela]], [[Colombia]], [[Peru]], [[Bolivia]], [[Paraguay]], [[Argentina]] and [[Uruguay]].
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  • ...remains were of animals related to living creatures in the same area. In [[Argentina]] two species of [[Rhea (bird)|rhea]] had separate but overlapping territor While on his voyage Darwin caught a fever in Argentina (October 1833), and while returning from the Andes, down to [[Valparaíso]]
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  • |Argentina ([[Argentine Chamber of Phonograms and Videograms Producers|CAPIF]])
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  • ...ia Ltd (2018).</ref> Prominent associate members are [[Argentina (cricket)|Argentina]], [[Bermuda (cricket)|Bermuda]], [[Canada (cricket)|Canada]], [[Kenya (cri
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  • ...language|Spanish]]-based pidgin that was spoken by Italian immigrants in [[Argentina]] between 1880 and 1950.
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  • ...ience.com.ar/arg/pages/page.php?id=InfoConnect Connect], Bayer Cropscience Argentina product page.</ref>, <ref>[http://www.cda.sp.gov.br/CFICS30082006%20-%20PRO
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  • ...on the harbour of Saint Julian (southeast coast of the modern nation of [[Argentina]]), where Magellan wanted to spend the winter season. On the night of 1 to
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  • * [[Unidad de Inteligencia Financiera]] (Argentina)
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  • ...Africa), Antarctica, Asia (China and India), and South America (mostly in Argentina). This may seem like a great feat but it helps to remember that during thei
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  • *[[Argentina]], joined 24/10/1945
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  • Runs on banks in Argentina, Poland, Germany, Hungary, Latvia, Turkey, Egypt and Mexico.
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  • *[[Argentina]]: Argentinian Association for Chemical Engineers
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  • ! Argentina ...e crisis period, but rebounded in the second and third quarter of 2009. In Argentina, GDP increased by 0.5 and 0.2 percent on an annualized basis in the second
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  • ...lombia]], [[Ecuador]], [[Peru]], [[Bolivia]], [[Paraguay]], [[Uruguay]], [[Argentina]] and [[Chile]]. In most of these countries, however, Spanish coexists with
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  • ...of gastrointestinal disease attributed to ''E. coli'' infection in Chile, Argentina, Bolivia and Peru<ref name=Bartoloni2008>{{citation
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  • ...and received … foreign assistance in building the necessary facilities, Argentina could have an initial device in the early 1980s."
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  • ...Central American countries with a GDP per capita roughly one-half that of Argentina, Brazil, and Chile. The agricultural sector accounts for about one-tenth of
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  • ..., at which point their use was stopped. The experience, however, convinced Argentina that it needed a SIGINT aircraft, and Israel later converted a Argentine 70
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  • ...ay its debt to France.<ref name=Martinson1984 /> It is worth noting that [[Argentina]], during the [[Falklands War]], used Super Etendards to deliver its five a
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  • *[[Argentina]]: [http://www.aaiq.org.ar/ Argentinian Association for Chemical Engineers]
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  • | Wanted by [[Argentina]] for 1994 bombing of a [[Rio de Janeiro]] synagogue; [[Interpol]] warrant
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  • In [[Argentina]] and [[Uruguay]], however, the term is referred to as someone who is from
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  • As of 2002, Africanized honey bees had spread from Brazil south to northern [[Argentina]] and north to [[South America|South]] and [[Central America]], Trinidad (W
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  • ...lations or tribes, such as the [[aboriginal people]] in Canada, Australia, Argentina, Brazil, Japan<ref>[http://www.hurights.or.jp/asia-pacific/no_04/06reporton
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  • ...urney. His book about the first trip, ''Two Wheels to Adventure (Alaska to Argentina by Motorcycle)'', was published in 2004.
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  • ...ents had been established in the United Provinces of La Plata (present-day Argentina), Chile, Peru, Colombia, and Mexico. Adams, under Monroe's careful supervis
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  • ...ntly lectures and teaches in the United States, Spain, México, Brazil and Argentina. His work in Early Modern European History focuses on the history of educat
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  • ...n important food in [[Asia]] and [[Europe]] for millennia, as well as in [[Argentina]] and in the [[United States]] since the arrival of Europeans.
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  • ...count. In the Hispanic versions truque/truco, very popular in Uruguay and Argentina, some trumps are added to the simpler original French form.
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  • ...tried in Latin America; the model remained [[mercantilism|mercantilist]]. Argentina, Brazil and Chile, in the 1930s and 1940s, avoided the labor-intensive indu
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  • ...and not a privateer.</ref> A French privateer sailing under the flag of [[Argentina]], ''Pirata Buchar'' (as he was known to the locals) worked his way down th
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  • .... In the southern hemisphere, [[New Zealand]] and the southern halves of [[Argentina]] and [[Chile]] are temperate. Antarctica is in the southern "frigid zone";
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  • | Argentina ([[Argentine Chamber of Phonograms and Videograms Producers|CAPIF]])
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  • ...ttp://www.secinfo.com/dsD7y.1a.7.htm Metrogas] (a natural gas company in [[Argentina]])</ref>
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  • ...ng was becoming a thing of the past. In 1901, Rogers decided to move to [[Argentina]] with a friend after hearing stories about a thriving ranching community i
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  • '''Buénos Aîres''' ''Argentina'' –ríz or '''Ãires''' *Ãríz, cf. '''Ãries''' ''Ram''
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  • ...ve led to efficiencies enabling certain modern farms in the United States, Argentina, Israel, Germany and a few other nations to output volumes of high quality
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  • ...ar/pags/default.asp Marshall Meyer Seminario Rabínico Latinoamericano] in Argentina, and Machon Schechter (in [[Jerusalem]].)
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  • ...rsor to Operation Condor, an intelligence-sharing arrangement among Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay established in 1975. <ref name=CIA-Chile />
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  • |Argentina ([[Argentine Chamber of Phonograms and Videograms Producers|CAPIF]])
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  • ...advanced most over the century as a whole despite the early start made by Argentina and Chile, although convergence between larger countries was accompanied by
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  • | Argentina ([[Argentine Chamber of Phonograms and Videograms Producers|CAPIF]])
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  • | Argentina ([[Argentine Chamber of Phonograms and Videograms Producers|CAPIF]])
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  • ...on. It is the fourth-largest country in South America (after [[Brazil]], [[Argentina]], and [[Peru]]), with an area of 1,141,748 km² (440,839 sq. mi.), seven t
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  • |Argentina ([[Argentine Chamber of Phonograms and Videograms Producers|CAPIF]])
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  • Member states under the agreement are Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Chile, European Community, France, Germany, In
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  • ...st_El_Mozote_massacre_1992_Public_Domain_US-NIH.jpg|right|thumb|300px|An [[Argentina|Argentine]] [[Anthropology, forensic|forensic anthropology]] team worker he
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  • ...Jews", but also states, matter-of-factly: "He is reported to have lived in Argentina under the alias Clemens since 1952."<ref name=Guardian2006-06-08 />
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  • ...n Italy to the Americas, especially the United States, Canada, Brazil, and Argentina - was part of the pattern of large-scale [[Italian diaspora|emigration from
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  • |Argentina ([[Argentine Chamber of Phonograms and Videograms Producers|CAPIF]])
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  • ...a number of countries, including China and North Korea, Pakistan, Israel, Argentina, Brazil, West Germany, East Germany, Taiwan, and '''the USSR''' <ref name=N
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  • ...r Natural Gas Vehicles]]|date=2008-12-31 |accessdate=2009-06-11}}</ref>, [[Argentina]], [[Brazil]], [[Iran]] and [[India]]. The energy efficiency is generally e
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  • ...r Natural Gas Vehicles]]|date=2008-12-31 |accessdate=2009-06-11}}</ref>, [[Argentina]], [[Brazil]], [[Iran]] and [[India]]. The energy efficiency is generally e
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  • ...05-2013), the first German since 1523, and the current Pope, Francis, from Argentina.
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  • ...n the high mountains of [[Atacama]], at the border between [[Chile]] and [[Argentina]]. Today about one-quarter of the world gold output is estimated to origin
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  • ...jor emigration area, with millions leaving for the USA, Canada, Brazil and Argentina. Most came from the poor south of Italy. In recent years Italy has become r
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  • Apart from leftist Mexico, the other nations of Latin America, especially Argentina, favored the Nationalists. They sent few volunteers.
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  • ...e Great Depression, instead of forward to what became an economic miracle. Argentina, for example, did that and never recovered. Specifically the ERP succeeded
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  • * 1902 - [[Drago Doctrine]]. Foreign Minister Drago of Argentina announced policy that no European power could use force against any America
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  • ...l warship that survived the [[Battle of Pearl Harbor]], was transferred to Argentina. During the [[Falklands War]], ''ARA General Belgrano'', veteran of Pearl H
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  • ...ince 1976. It is also permitted for use as a gasoline octane enhancer in [[Argentina]], [[Australia]], [[Bulgaria]], [[France]], [[Russia]], United States and c
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  • ...ince 1976. It is also permitted for use as a gasoline octane enhancer in [[Argentina]], [[Australia]], [[Bulgaria]], [[France]], [[Russia]], United States and c
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  • ...on Evolutionary Archaeology and Anthropology], University of Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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  • ...], principally an indigenous cooperation among military dictatorships in [[Argentina]], [[Brazil]], [[Bolivia]], [[Chile]], [[Paraguay]] and [[Uruguay]], <ref
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  • ...nd Sangha into an international network with temples in the United States, Argentina, Germany, and Australia. In 1995, he and his organization split with Sanbo
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  • <tr><th align="left">Argentina</th><th align="left"> </th></tr>
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  • ...lification and oversight; in others (including [[France]], [[Spain]] and [[Argentina]]) most professionals that prescribe remedies are MDs <ref>{{citation
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  • ...e, in a study of the household transmission of Chagas disease in northwest Argentina, Cohen and Gürtler (2001) wanted to know—since dogs are a reservoir of i
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  • ...s those that abandoned it early (such as Japan, Australia, New Zealand and Argentina) had lower real wages and higher output by the mid-30s <ref>[http://books.g
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  • ...blockade from imports from overseas neutrals such at the United States and Argentina, the Central Powers were unable to substitute overseas labor for their own.
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  • The [[Paris Club]] was formed in 1956 when Argentina agreed to meet its public creditors in Paris. It is an informal group of c
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  • ...(Björn Borg, Stefan Edberg and Mats Wilander), Brazil (Gustavo Kuerten), Argentina (Gabriela Sabatini, Guillermo Vilas and Gastón Gaudio), Russia (Yevgeny Ka
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  • ...he conventions of the American model. Examples include [[Cybersix]] from [[Argentina]], [[Captain Canuck]] from [[Canada]] and the heroes of [[AK Comics]] from
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  • ...ch as the [[United States]], [[Israel]], [[Canada]], [[United Kingdom]], [[Argentina]] and [[South Africa]], a wide variety of Jewish practices exist, along wit
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  • ...d by the end of 1936 versions had premiered in the United States, England, Argentina, Switzerland, and other places around the world. While critics spoke of it
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  • ...community in Laos. The rest of these Hmong refugees settled in Australia, Argentina, Canada, Germany, France, and French Guiana. Their postwar diasporic experi
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