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multipolar

 [mul″tĭ-po´ler]
having more than two poles or processes.

mul·ti·po·lar

(mŭl'tē-pō'lăr),
Having more than two poles; denoting a nerve cell in which the branches project from several points.

mul·ti·po·lar

(mŭl'tē-pō'lăr)
Having more than two poles; denoting a nerve cell in which the branches project from several points.
Having more than two poles; denoting a nerve cell in which the branches project from several points.

multipolar

having more than two poles or processes.
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In contrast to bipolarity, where two superpowers held a preponderance of strength compared to all other countries, the multipolar state system of the future appears destined to contain three roughly equal great powers: China, the U.
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Perikaryon central to three or more processes = multipolar neuron [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 29 OMITTED]
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The Prime Minister also highlighted that as two large and diverse democracies, with rapidly transforming societies and economies, India and Russia must work together to ensure that the emerging international order is multipolar, based on respect for international law and equality amongst nations.
They noted that its foreign policy has to evolve because it is essential in a multipolar world for a power like the EU to speak with a single voice.
engagement on terms that are more befitting of a multipolar world.
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