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- n. Alternative spelling of Third World.
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Suddenly John Strzemp was all that lay between Stuey and his third world championship.
One of the early DY-500 class of ships designed for long-duration travel within Earth’s solar system and launched before the start of the third world war, the Courageous suffered a failure in its propulsion system that made the ship unable to decelerate or deactivate its engines.
Finally, from this third world proceeds the world of action or of matter, the ten Sephiroth of which are made of the grosser elements of the other works.
The call for corporate philanthropy toward the third world is thus redundant for many companiescompanies like GM, Intel, Boeing, Monsanto, Wal-Mart, Universal Pictures, and Coca-Cola, to name a few.
American SDS's official position on Cuba and other third world revolutions was called "critical support."