GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. coming next after the twentieth in a series.
- adj. coming next after the twentieth in position
“The former tank commander has dismissed the opposition as "oligarchs" and "US imperialist lackeys" who take orders from Washington and plan to destroy the advances of what he terms a "21st century socialist revolution".”
“The largest city in the 21st is the state capital of New York, Albany.”
“But Chávez's supporters fear Capriles could tap frustration over crime, inflation and crumbling infrastructure to topple what they call a "21st century socialist revolution".”
“And, they must do so not as ideologues but as what we refer to as 21st Century Citizens.”
“This is an example of what we call 21st century statecraft and an opportunity to extend our engagement beyond the halls of government directly to the people of the world.”
“It's much the same all over the Axis of Hugo, the constellation of nine states in the Andes, Central America, and the Caribbean that have followed Chávez in lockstep in the march toward what he calls 21st-century socialism.”
“Mr. Chávez is renewing his push to create what he calls 21st Century socialism after winning a referendum last month eliminating term limits and permitting him to run for office as many times as he wants.”
“CARACAS, Venezuela -- Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez's defeat in a referendum on changing the country's constitution will energize the nation's opposition, but the leader is likely to continue his quest to remain in power and turn the country into a bastion of what he calls 21st-century socialism.”
“CARACAS, Venezuela -- As Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez attempts to push through what he calls 21st-Century Socialism, his biggest obstacle is an army of students led by a leftist named Stalin.”
“Venezuela President Hugo Chavez wants the today's constitution referendum to be a mandate for what he calls 21st century socialism.”
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