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- adv. In an international manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an international manner; from an international point of view.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- With reference to the mutual relations or interests of nations; from an international point of view.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. throughout the world
Robert Lepage made his name internationally with The Dragons' Trilogy, created in 1985.
Olmert also cited what he called internationally backed understandings with Egypt, the Gaza Strip's southern neighbour, on preventing Hamas from rearming through smuggling tunnels.
The Emperor's Mirror (1995), Joseph Süss (1999), Jest, Satire, Irony and Deeper Meaning (2000), Caligula (2006)• Mark-Anthony Turnage (born UK, 1960)Having made his name internationally with Greek, an East-End updating of the Oedipus myth, each of Turnage's subsequent operas has explored utterly different territory, both dramatically and musically.
Ultimately, it was them, Lil’ Flip, 50, T.I., Nelly, and Lil Jon who made my name internationally known.
Mr. Tuymans made his name internationally with a mid-1990s series of paintings on the Holocaust, with images of Nazi leaders and concentration camp scenes rendered in shockingly bland, almost boring style.
The Post-American World is part business, part political, part historical, and part sociological; as Zakaria analyzes how the United States has arrived at the state it is in internationally, and what the future holds for the two global giants of India and China on the horizon.
That a single company can be responsible for contaminating thousands of processed food products that are distributed across the country and even internationally is as strong an indictment of industrial food as I can think of.
Most interesting in that the company licensing G. 729 internationally is based in Montreal.
Any idea if it will be available internationally from the get-go?
According to the OECD, for countries to remain internationally competitive, Governments need to promote competition and give consumers more choices.