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extracontinental

Definitions

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  • adj. Beyond or outside a continent.

Etymologies

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extra- +‎ continental

Examples

  • The U.S. Government in a demagogic manner first tried to pose as a mediator, but it later barefacedly -- tearing the OAS to shreds, tearing the famous Inter-American Reciprocal Assistance Treaty, TIAR, to shreds -- supported an extracontinental power against the Argentine people.

    CASTRO FAR DAY SPEECH CRITICIZES U.S. POLICY

  • United States speaks often about extracontinental interventions and considers every revolution that occurs in Latin America an extracontinental intervention, but when a real extracontinental intervention occurred, a

    CASTRO FAR DAY SPEECH CRITICIZES U.S. POLICY

  • Maestra, Moncada and Granma, and what extracontinental country ever told us to attack Moncada or to land with the "Gramma".

    CASTRO FAR DAY SPEECH CRITICIZES U.S. POLICY

  • Would it have been less concerned to exclude extracontinental powers from the Western hemisphere through something like the Monroe Doctrine?

    Who Started the Cold War? An Exchange

  • United States or those that seek their own development with extracontinental socialist cooperation.

    CASTRO ADDRESS COMMEMORATES PLAYA GIRON

  • This declaration says in its first article: Intervention or the threat of intervention is emphatically condemned, even when it is conditional by an extracontinental power against an American republic and it declares that the acceptance of a threat of extracontinental intervention on the part of an American state endangers the solidarity and security of America.

    MASS MEETING IN PLAZA CIVICA

  • By what right does an extracontinental power use its fleet to interfere in domestic Chinese affairs for the sole purpose of preventing the total liberation of the territory?

    CASTRO AT U.N. ASKS 'COLONIAL' REVOLT

  • The Monroe doctrine was primarily intracontinental and for immediate self-preservation; secondarily it was extracontinental and for ultimate self-preservation.

    The United States of America, Part 1

  • It is good, it is good for us to also ask them a question because they said that they condemned, to ask a question of the foreign ministers who emphatically condemned the threat of intervention even though it was conditional, by an extracontinental power, that is to say that they declare that if the Soviet Union offers its military support to us in case we are invaded by the (United States?), they condemn the offer of aid and the acceptance of the aid.

    MASS MEETING IN PLAZA CIVICA

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