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  • proper n. A sociopolitical region in the west of Europe.


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  • This as_ (54) _fiercely_ in them as passion is the unseen spring [2] democratic ambition does in the which, while it retains the free states of Western Europe, is Russians in the strictest the unseen spring [42] which both discipline, unceasingly impels retains them _submissive_ (54) their united forces against all

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  • "We didn't even have scale in Western Europe, which is the largest beauty market in the world," says Mr. Shirley.

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  • Even in the NHS this is true, the pay differential between a consultant with eight year's experience and a similarly experienced fully qualified Nurse is greater in the UK than any other country in Western Europe, which is why increasingly consultants who come to work here from abroad are likely to be from say Germany or Spain while nurses come from Zimbabwe or the Philippines.

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  • The scorching temperatures and dry skies threatening Russia's wheat harvests have also been beating down on Western Europe, which is forecasting lower output of crops from French wheat to Italian tomatoes.

    Heat Wave and Drought Shrivel Harvests Across Europe

  • The idea that the Warsaw Pact would launch a land invasion of Western Europe, which is what most of NATO expenditures are designed to prevent, has become nearly inconceivable.

    American Sketches

  • Uneuphoric mood: In some ways, France's touchiness about its identity is shared by much of Western Europe, which is in a distinctly uneuphoric mood.

    Dining On Goose, Talking Turkey

  • More than 25 million people are eligible to vote in Sunday's ballot in the volatile country, almost the size of Western Europe, which is recovering from a five-year regional war that sucked in the armies of at least six neighbouring countries.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • After your trip to Russia, what would be for you the more (OFF-MIKE) in your war against terrorist, would it be Russia or this little corner of this continent which is called Western Europe, and please, Mr. President, don't say both.

    CNN Transcript May 26, 2002

  • Those to fare worst were the writers and authors in closest contact with Western Europe, that is, France and England, since the turning of Soviet foreign policy away from Litvinov's policy of collective security, and toward the isolationism symbolized by the Russo-German Pact, involved individuals regarded as links with Western countries in the general discredit of pro-Western policy.

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  • That Russia should have taken so long to assimilate herself in this respect to Western Europe is to be explained by the geographical and political conditions.



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