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Relating to, resembling, or containing silver.
(1) Pertaining to silver, argentic

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


having some relationship with the country Argentina.

Argentine tick
Argentine tortoise
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That's why large hotel chains and smaller Argentine companies want to boost their presence at the end of the world.
Among many important contributions to the historical literature that the author interconnects are his analysis of transformations in Argentine anti-semitism, the nature and extent of sympathy for Nazism, and an excellent consideration of German immigration to Argentina in which he ties the movement of peoples to problems of class in Buenos Aires, and to the nature and extent of German investment and commerce with Argentina.
This agreement was ratified by the Argentine government on 28 December 2006 through decree No 1959/06.
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Felipe Espil and other Argentine officials were aware that the cattle lobby helped convince the United States congress to broaden the terms of the sanitary ban in 1930, and that western ranchers maintained pressure on the government during the following decade to prevent an end to the prohibition.
A new market has recently opened for Argentine tea in Russia which during the first 11 months of 1993 imported 5,687 tons BOP at US $6.
companies can obtain a copy of "1987 Report on the Argentine Fishing Industry" for $13.
Nevertheless, a handful of Argentine pilotsnearly won the Falklands war--and probably would have if they had realized how successful they were being and had persisted.
These figures aren't a surprise to Vine Connections founders Ed Lehrman and Nick Ramkowsky, the Sausalito-based importers of Argentine wines and Japanese ginjo sake.
According to a report published by the Federation of the Argentine Naval Industry (FINA), between 1985 and 1993 the sector lost 78% of its production capacity and 84% of its workforce.
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As well as members of the Argentine community in London, the veterans will also meet members of the London-based Anglo-Argentine Society many of whom, including Vice-President Alexandra Daniell, had relatives among the 4,000 Argentines who between them served with all three British armed services during the War.

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