Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of country.

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Examples

  • The commission would establish military training exchange programmes among the forces of the two countries as well as reinforce security on the countries´ shared borders as a way of fighting cross-border crime.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Commitments to the Kyoto Protocol by Annex B countries are a major driver of energy efficiency, as about 70 percent of these countries’ greenhouse gas emissions are related to energy use.

    Chapter 9

  • _To use wine in wine countries, therefore, is essentially the same thing as to use cider in cider countries_; and it does not appear that the one, in such cases, is much more productive of intemperance than the other.

    Select Temperance Tracts

  • ” That is only a pipedream; nobody, either in Russia or in the countries of our Allies, will recognise this “Government”—or even in the enemy countries….

    Chapter 7. The Revolutionary Front

  • Issuing countries of reserve currencies are constantly confronted with the dilemma between achieving their domestic monetary policy goals and meeting other countries´ demand for reserve currencies.

    Precious Metals Sector and Stocks Analysis from Seeking Alpha

  • After almost two hundred years of capital accumulation -- to a great extent as the result of exploitations and colonization -- the developed countries want the developing countries, who are victims of those rich countries̒ pollution, to stop developing their economies!

    Mathaba Highlights Briefing

  • Sure enough, there are two kinds of countries - those that have been designated by the US Secretary of State as «program countries» and the rest.

    Kathimerini English Edition : Print Edition : 26/6/09

  • The "problem" with education in Anglo-Saxon countries is that too much is dependent on the individual teacher; the system is set up in order to be dependent on having a gifted rather than an ungifted teacher.

    Read What Arnold Says, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • I have no idea why, but I do know that mysuccess rate for getting packages to certain countries is exactly zero.

    When books walk « The Book Publicity Blog

  • The empirical pattern of beliefs within countries is consistent with this explanation: people who perceive corruption to be high in their country are also more likely to lean left ideologically (and to declare support for a more intrusive government in economic matters).

    How the Rational Voter Assumption Derails Promising Research, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

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