- Old French argentin ("silvery"), from Latin argentum ("silver") (Wiktionary)
“Doctor Moreno is at the present day a member of the National Board of Education of the Argentine, a man who has worked in every way for the benefit of his country, perhaps especially for the benefit of the children, so that when he was first introduced to me it was as the Jacob Riis of the Argentine for they know my deep and affectionate intimacy with Jacob Riis.”
“British who have their investments in Argentine is by their selling their products there and producing the money to do it.”
“Because the Argentine is a fast-growing country, sure of itself and strong in its progressiveness, while we live in an atmosphere of constant. bickering, hesitation anal self-questioning.”
“Juan Carlos Dante Gullo, a ruling party congressman, said this will leave a huge hole in Argentine politics.”
“Eva Duarte de Perón became a legendary figure in Argentine politics.”
“Mr. Kirchner will be remembered as an extraordinarily shrewd and pragmatic political operator who managed to hold on to power during a surprisingly tumultuous stretch in Argentine politics.”
“Fernando de la Rua, a former president and opponent of Mr. Kirchner, told Argentine television Wednesday that he assumed that his former adversary would have played a major role in Argentine politics far into the future.”
“The Welsh colony in Argentine Patagonia is basically the Province of Chubut, a region covering 224,686 km² (86,751 sq. miles).”
“Boca Juniors (Club Atlético Boca Juniors) is one of the best clubs in Argentine League.”
“Wexley's notes for the project, for example, reveal his myriad attempts to dramatize the vast scope of Nazi ideology and tactics, from fascist control of all radio and newspapers, to the indoctrination of soldiers by former Junker officers who taught in Argentine schools.”
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