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

  • An inlet of the Atlantic Ocean off eastern Massachusetts extending from Cape Ann in the north to Cape Cod in the south.


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  • The province had enjoyed relative calm in recent years as many war-weary Sunni Arabs across Iraq began to shun an insurgency they once fueled, and bought into the post-Hussein political process they previously considered tainted and dominated by the Shiite majority.

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  • Christian leaders such as Archbishop Sako say Iraqi Christians are caught in the middle as more powerful groups—the majority Shiite Muslims; the Sunni Muslims that dominate in Mosul and further south; and the Kurds in the north, who are predominantly Muslim—jockey for power in post-Hussein Iraq.

    An 'Arab Winter' Chills Christians

  • Iraq's post-Hussein political structure, a flawed and fragile combination of elections and ethnic and sectarian quotas, has largely kept the country functioning through some of the darkest hours since the U.S.-led invasion.

    Violence Jolts Iraq

  • He saw a role for himself in post-Hussein Iraq: he would publish his opinions, helping steer his country toward a respectful, democratic society in which everyone had the right to speak his or her mind.

    Peace Meals

  • It was agreed between the parties that a national conference would be held by the end of May to elect the first post-Hussein Iraqi government.

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  • The assessment on post-Hussein Iraq included judgments that while Iraq was unlikely to split apart, there was a significant chance that domestic groups would fight each other and that ex-regime military elements could merge with terrorist groups to battle any new government.

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  • Even officials in the Oil Ministry, who have led the push for foreign investment through several post-Hussein governments, have shown reluctance in some cases recently, Mr. Jabr says.

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  • The two men briefly discussed plans for a post-Hussein Iraqi government.

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  • Those of us who foresaw an "immensely volatile and complex maze" as a probable eventuality in a post-Hussein Iraq cannot allow those who blithely overlooked such likelihoods to escape a political day of reckoning.

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  • But now that a host of Islamic extremists are jockeying for power in post-Hussein Iraq, Christians from Mosul in the northern part of the country to Basra in the south reportedly feel intimidated and are trying to flee the country.

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