American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southeast Romania on the Black Sea east of Bucharest. Founded in the seventh century B.C. as a Greek colony, it is the country's main seaport. Population: 306,000.
“Thailand has urged that UNESCO re-list the Temple so that it would be jointly managed by Thailand and Cambodia.”
“The family's goal is to re-list sometime soon, after they finish making suggested changes.”
“But environmentalists gained a legal victory last year, forcing the government to re-list them, saying that the federal government had failed to take into account such factors as climate change.”
“Moreover the US said that it intended to re-list Pyongyang as a state sponsor of terror and planned to beef up patrols off the coast of North Korea under the aegis of the Proliferation Security Initiative (PSI) to intercept suspicious cargo ships.”
“Our sessions were posted to the blog in February, but I re-list them here for the convenience of our virtual community.”
“And then we should mention, you know, no bids so far for the bulk auction, $20,000, but if they don't get any bids for that, they're going to re-list everything one by one.”
“You can even re-list this; if you have the time to wait, you can sell this for 2Xs the amount.”
“And by the way, if there are no bidders when the auction ends on eBay tomorrow, the Peters plan to re-list everything, item by item minus the washing machine, they think they need that.”
“Environmental groups sued the Interior Department and the Fish and Wildlife Service to re-list the species, which faced the possibility of irreparable harm if planned hunts had proceeded this fall, when hunters in Idaho, Montana and Wyoming were set to kill 500 wolves.”
“EEK the Cat! please re-list the top ten and drop that pile Drawn Together, it was funny for about 1 show and then got dumb.”
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