Definitions

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  • adj. Between countries of the American continent.

Etymologies

inter- +‎ American (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • In fact, it took 50 years after Feynman's comment for the development establishment (the World Bank, the Interamerican Bank of Development, FAO, USAID, etc.) to take notice that their policies were not working, the technologies being transferred were not taking root and that their monies were being stolen.

    Feynman's Question, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • For an undergraduate project at the Interamerican University in San Juan, where she completed her bachelor's degree in biology, Finn figured out missing steps in the life cycle of a hookworm that circulates among humans, birds, rats, and cockroaches.

    Olja Finn: Immunologist and Mother

  • About C.M. Mayo: She is the author of Miraculous Air: Journey of a Thousand Miles through Baja California, the Other Mexico, a work lauded by the Los Angeles Times as "luminous" and the Interamerican Studies Institute as "perhaps the best new book about Mexico in many years."

    C.M. Mayo Writing Workshops in Mexico City

  • We also won the whole thing by knocking off a mexican club in 1998 and then went on to win Copa Interamericana The Interamerican Cup.

    MLS loses in Mexico; Pope still catholic

  • The Interamerican Development Bank is making 26 million dollars available this year for 23 projects assisting Mexican pymes.

    Lloyd Mexico Economic Report November 2004

  • Mexico has pre-paid 7 billion dollars worth of foreign debt to the World Bank and the Interamerican Development Bank, saving an estimated 60 million dollars in interest charges.

    Mexico Economic Updates July 2006

  • Revista Interamericana de Psicología/Interamerican Journal of Psychology 40, 139–147.

    The Time Paradox

  • The Interamerican Development Bank (Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo, BID) is assisting progress towards decentralization by extending an 800-million-dollar loan for the Program to Strengthen States and Municipalities.

    Lloyd Mexico Economic Report - December 1999

  • A pilot project launched in three states - Jalisco, Zacatecas and Hidalgo - by Nacional Financiera, with the assistance of the Interamerican Development Bank, is seeking to ensure that more of these remittances are used to boost economic activity.

    Lloyd Mexico Economic Report March 2004

  • Wizards (2000), D.C. United (1996, 97, 99; Open Cup 1996; CONCACAF championships and Interamerican Cup 1998), Chicago Fire (1998; Open Cup 1998, 2000), Los Angeles

    USATODAY.com - Competition guide: U.S. divisions

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