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Argentine Republic

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  • proper noun The official name of Argentina.

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Examples

  • At the Islamic Center of the Argentine Republic, the country's biggest Muslim cultural organization, the director, Samir Salech, recalled visits by well-known Palestinian activists and Abbas.

    Palestinians seek global recognition through South America

  • At the Islamic Center of the Argentine Republic, the country's biggest Muslim cultural organization, the director, Samir Salech, recalled visits by well-known Palestinian activists and Abbas.

    Palestinians seek global recognition through South America

  • At the Islamic Center of the Argentine Republic, the country's biggest Muslim cultural organization, the director, Samir Salech, recalled visits by well-known Palestinian activists and Abbas.

    Palestinians seek global recognition through South America

  • At the Islamic Center of the Argentine Republic, the country's biggest Muslim cultural organization, the director, Samir Salech, recalled visits by well-known Palestinian activists and Abbas.

    Palestinians seek global recognition through South America

  • In 1867, the company sold the rights to Russia to make guns for its own use, and sold one gun to the Argentine Republic and another to the Royal Bavarian Arsenal.

    The Gun

  • According to reports in Clarin and La Nacion, the appointment of Jaua as Venezuela's ambassador to the Argentine Republic was rejected by Buenos Aires on the grounds that the appointee had maintained ties with, inter alia, left wing Argentine Peronist terrorists known as "montoneros" led by Mario Firmenich, who had migrated from the right wing Peronist youth group Tacuara (the spear) and the right wing military officer and golpista, Colonel Mohamed Ali Seineldin.

    Eric Ehrmann: The Fracas in Caracas

  • And it is clear beyond any question that the Argentine Republic, as it went on from the crisis of 2001, has at times had resources at its command to pay the judgments, or at least to make substantial part-payments.

    Obama's Troubling Acceptance Of Sovereign Default

  • And it is clear beyond any question that the Argentine Republic, as it went on from the crisis of 2001, has at times had resources at its command to pay the judgments, or at least to make substantial part-payments.

    Obama's Troubling Acceptance Of Sovereign Default

  • The Interior Minister of the Argentine Republic, Florencio Randazzo, announced that the National Migrations Agency "warned Richard Nelson Williamson to abandon the country within a peremptory ten-day period, under pain of having his expulsion decreed".

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Republic of Brazil and the Argentine Republic respectively.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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