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  • noun The capital city of Kuwait.

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  • noun a seaport on the Persian Gulf and capital of Kuwait

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Examples

  • We landed in the furnace known as Kuwait City shortly before midnight and were quickly herded onto buses for a quick trip to Camp Buehring, the usual stopover for troops heading into Iraq.

    Paradise General

  • We landed in the furnace known as Kuwait City shortly before midnight and were quickly herded onto buses for a quick trip to Camp Buehring, the usual stopover for troops heading into Iraq.

    Paradise General

  • AMIE: I'm in Kuwait City, which is, oh, over 100 kilometers south of the training area.

    CNN Transcript Mar 12, 2001

  • The United States regularly exercises with Kuwaiti troops and has heavy equipment stored at Camp Doha, west of Kuwait City, which is used by a rotating battalion of up to 1,500 US combat troops.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Countries in the Persian Gulf States, for example, have the cash and political will to develop cities such as Kuwait City and Abu Dhabi into major commercial centers, coming from "quite a low base in terms of their built environment," Mr. Finch says.

    Real-Estate Body Recognizes Host of Designs

  • Two men from the Kuwaiti youth movement "Kaafi" Enough hold watermelons as a protest calling for the resignation of Kuwait's Prime Minister Sheikh Nasser Mohammed Al-Ahmed Al-Sabah in front of the Parliament building in Kuwait City March 8, 2011.

    Fierce clashes continue in Libya; Christians and Muslims clash in Egyptian capital

  • The initial crowd was small, but protest organizers had to switch the original venue of Safat Square in Kuwait City after police blockaded it.

    Fierce clashes continue in Libya; Christians and Muslims clash in Egyptian capital

  • In October, Grenier traveled to Kuwait City to meet with Lieutenant General David McKiernan, who was in the advanced stages of planning the Iraq invasion.

    The Longest War

  • Hence our decision to let Kuwaiti troops march into Kuwait City on liberation day a farcical reprise of our allowing de Gaulle to parade first into Paris on its liberation: to perpetuate the fiction of self-liberation and to publicly minimize the American role.

    That U.N. no-fly zone

  • Several police vehicles park by metal contention barriers erected around Safat Square, Kuwait City on Tuesday March 8, 2011.

    Fierce clashes continue in Libya; Christians and Muslims clash in Egyptian capital

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