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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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In contrast to the Argentine invaders, who were imbued with a patriotic sense of ending a long-standing national humiliation, British troops merely felt they had a score to settle over the capture of the Falklands marine detachment on South Georgia.
Malambo had no plot, but a thin narrative line emerged and it goes like this: A rich Inca heritage is present in Argentine dance and turns up most tellingly in the malambo.
MARCH, 1982 Argentine workers land in South Georgia without clearance from Britain.
Ani says that Argentines are tired of leaders who lie, steal, and do nothing to help people in need.
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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.
Even domestic hotels are positioning themselves as cheaper alternatives for business travelers, according to Jose "Pepe" Crespo, director of the El Corazon de la Bahia resort located in Villa La Angostura, a lakefront resort nestled in the Argentine Andes.
Distinctions between proletarian and elite Nazism, conflicts within the German community, the reluctance of Argentines to accept Nazi race-based reasoning, and the range of pressures exerted by the local NSDAP.
Like many Argentines, he took advantage of a government program that allowed him to turn in his vehicle--a gas-guzzling 1971 Dodge GTX--for a $4,800 credit toward the purchase of a new car.