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Narcotrafficking

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Moss: bryology.

Etymologies

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

New Latin, from Greek bruon, moss, from bruein, to swell, teem.

Examples

  • El Nuevo Diario (Nicaragua): No puede sentarse con alcaldes del fraude Narcotrafficking, U.S.

    Plan Colombia and Beyond

  • Associated Press: EEUU y Mexico hacia nueva era en la lucha antidrogas Narcotrafficking, U.S.

    Plan Colombia and Beyond

  • The Miami Herald: Mexico bristles as some U.S. states relax marijuana laws Narcotrafficking, U.S.

    Plan Colombia and Beyond

  • Foreign Policy: A word of advice now that the media is hot to trot on Mexico's drug violence Narcotrafficking, U.S.

    Plan Colombia and Beyond

  • The commander of U.S. S.uthern Command, Gen. Douglas Fraser, will give his annual "Posture S.atement" before the congressional Armed S.rvices Committees next week; he will be Narcotrafficking, U.S.

    Plan Colombia and Beyond

  • EFE: Chavez afirmo que la gira latinoamericana de Hillary Clinton es para agredirlo Narcotrafficking, U.S.

    Plan Colombia and Beyond

  • Narcotrafficking generates insecurity and violence, tears at the social fabric, harms the well-being of the individual, and poses a risk to the physical and mental health of our children and youth ....

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  • "Narcotrafficking is not a regional problem, but an international one that Iran cannot fight alone," he said.

    Gorilla's Guides

  • The Secret and (Very) Profitable World of Intelligence and Narcotrafficking [and 9 / 11]

    Infowars

  • Associated Press: Ministro argentino dice que a Antonini le pagaron por declarar Extraditions, Narcotrafficking, U.S.

    Plan Colombia and Beyond

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