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Kingdom of Bhutan

Definitions

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  • proper noun The official name of Bhutan.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Until last year the Kingdom of Bhutan was one of the world's few remaining absolute monarchies.

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  • Last Christmas myself and my husband spent it doing a birding, wildlife and cultural holiday in the Kingdom of Bhutan.

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  • You know, there's a small country nestled in the Himalayan Mountains, far from these beautiful mountains, where the people of the Kingdom of Bhutan have decided to do something different, which is to measure their Gross National Happiness rather than their Gross National Product.

    Eleni Gabre-Madhin on Ethiopian economics

  • You know, there's a small country nestled in the Himalayan Mountains, far from these beautiful mountains, where the people of the Kingdom of Bhutan have decided to do something different, which is to measure their Gross National Happiness rather than their Gross National Product.

    Eleni Gabre-Madhin on Ethiopian economics

  • You know, there's a small country nestled in the Himalayan Mountains, far from these beautiful mountains, where the people of the Kingdom of Bhutan have decided to do something different, which is to measure their Gross National Happiness rather than their Gross National Product.

    Eleni Gabre-Madhin on Ethiopian economics

  • Most notably, the Kingdom of Bhutan has long eschewed GDP in favor of "Gross National Happiness," which incorporates indicators of political, social, and environmental health.

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  • He was born 18 years ago to a Hindu family in the Kingdom of Bhutan where, in the 13th century, Tibet-origin people brought his Nepali-origin ancestors to work.

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