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- proper n. The part of the Americas between North America and South America.
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- n. the nations of Central America collectively
- n. the isthmus joining North America and South America; extends from the southern border of Mexico to the northern border of Colombia
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El Salvador, the Honduras and Guatemala are also in Central America, which is a landmass that is connected to both North America and South America.
By region, confidence was lowest in South and Central America, which is not surprising given the political and economic instability in Venezuela and the collapse of Argentina's economy.
At one point Jason whacked him on the back of the head with our Lonely Planet Guide to Central America aka "The Bible".
Conference on Nicaragua and for Peace in Central America, which is taking place in the Portuguese capital.
Chairman of the State Council of the Republic of Cuba Fidel Castro to the participants in the international conference of solidarity with Nicaragua, for peace in Central America, which is under way here.
Scant is the output of the territory called Central America, and for this climatic and political considerations may easily be alleged.
That deadly fungus is expected to hit Central America, which is where we get all our bananas from.
The benches in the natatorium are made out of ipe wood from South and Central America, which is durable and resistant to rot.
Clinton's Feb. 28-March 5 trip also includes two final stops in Central America, which is still grappling with the aftermath of a coup in Honduras last year that shook faith in the region's recent political gains.
And yes, that includes including elements of the Taliban, if they can adapt, such as Daniel Ortega and company did in Central America, that is a path forward.
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