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Egypt,

Middle-Eastern country that is home to 66.5 million people.
Egyptian splenomegaly - massive enlargement of the spleen caused by Schistosoma mansoni; often found in rural areas of Egypt.
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Officially the Arab Republic of Egypt, it is tucked away in the northeast corner of the African continent and it is easily accessible from Canada.
Neco the king of Egypt makes his appearance during the reign of Josiah.
Beryl mining ceased in Egypt with Spain's discovery of superior-quality Colombian emeralds in the 16th century AD.
A main issue in Egypt if we want to measure its degree of polyarchy is the level of contestation.
Egypt -- where dead kings knew more material comforts than
Through this method--which is underutilized by the Egyptian insurance industry--Commercial International Life appears to be creating new business in Egypt, rather than capturing market share from the public-sector companies.
Photo: DreamWorks teams an all-star voice cast with breathtaking animation in ``The Prince of Egypt,'' set for release Tuesday on VHS and DVD.
Moses, born a Hebrew but raised as a prince of Egypt, believed Rameses, heir to Egypt's throne, was his older brother.
Brown: A UMUM Tribute, edited by the Black History Museum Committee, which I eventually found in one of the many boxes of the Egypt Collection.
Seif says that the media relations aspect of public relations in Egypt is "very tough.
Recent trends and developments of the Egypt real estate market
Egypt also received several Rwandan ministers to attend regional and bilateral meetings.