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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)
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CNN reported that the 81-year-old was hospitalised on late Monday, due to severe cardiac and kidney complications, after citing the Argentine state news agency Telam.
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But it isn't likely to make much difference since Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner announced in March that she was dropping the agreement with Iran and would pursue the case the way the Argentine Jewish community has sought.
Much of the slang Argentines speak daily is too raw to be printed in family newspapers, but there have been tamer posts, too, like an Argentine Darth Vader saying ''Lucas, soy tu viejo,'' as in, ''Luke, I'm your old man'' rather than ''Luke, I'm your father.''
An Argentine paper published the tweet and Mr Benjamin, on his first ambassadorial posting, took the tweet down.
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.
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The upward momentum in Argentine private sector spending that followed the precipitous decline of 2002 and early 2003 appears to be subsiding.
It sought to mirror the rich variety of Argentine culture, the contrasts between the urban tango and the older dance traditions of a people conquered centuries earlier, the cultural shock of a rural immigrant upon arriving in the big city.
A total of 250 Argentines are killed, 1,400 captured and 17 British die.