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  • noun Plural form of continental.

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  • It printed paper but the bills -- called "continentals" -- became worthless because of inflation.

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  • The two most appropriate parallels are the government's redemption of "continentals" - paper money issued by the colonies during the Revolutionary War - and the Yazoo land grants.

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  • "continentals" -- became worthless because of inflation.

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  • Still, the influence of Husserl has been more widely felt among the "continentals" than the "analytics," and that's probably why he's referred to as one of the former rather than the latter.

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  • Still, the influence of Husserl has been more widely felt among the "continentals" than the "analytics," and that's probably why he's referred to as one of the former rather than the latter.

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  • Still, the influence of Husserl has been more widely felt among the "continentals" than the "analytics," and that's probably why he's referred to as one of the former rather than the latter.

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  • Still, the influence of Husserl has been more widely felt among the "continentals" than the "analytics," and that's probably why he's referred to as one of the former rather than the latter.

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  • If, one hundred years ago, forward-thinking "continentals" thought of what their leaders might be doing in the

    Eamonn Fitzgerald's Rainy Day

  • Just as some English pundits blame the influx of "continentals" into the Premier League for everything from the failure of the national team to the prevalence of diving, there are Japanese who insist that all of sumo's ills, from the fashion for long sideburns among the wrestlers to the increasing number of empty seats at the basho, are the fault of incomers.

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  • Just as some English pundits blame the influx of "continentals" into the Premier League for everything from the failure of the national team to the prevalence of diving, there are Japanese who insist that all of sumo's ills, from the fashion for long sideburns among the wrestlers to the increasing number of empty seats at the basho, are the fault of incomers.

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