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ar·gen·tine

(ar'jen-tēn),
Relating to, resembling, or containing silver.
(1) Pertaining to silver, argentic

(2) Pertaining to a country in South America (in current nonmedical use)

Argentine

having some relationship with the country Argentina.

Argentine tick
margaropuswinthemi.
Argentine tortoise
geochelonechilensis.
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While most of the telecom market in Argentina is deregulated, the company Telecom, controlled by Telecom Italia, Argentina's Grupo Werthein and minority partner France Telecom, and Telefonica itself continue to negotiate with the government over contracts, since fixed-line rates remain frozen.
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