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con·ti·nent

(kon'ti-nent),
Denoting continence.

continent

(kŏn′tə-nənt)
adj.
Exercising continence.

con′ti·nent·ly adv.

continent

Referring to continence, see there.

con·ti·nent

(kon'ti-nĕnt)
1. Able to retain urine or stool.
2. Referring to an enterostomy with sphincterlike control.
See also: continence
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The author, a retired neurosurgeon in the United States of America, believes that for the continent to thrive, there must be an awakening, and this book, without doubt, is a positive contribution to issues that have been addressed and solutions provided for the continent, especially Sub-Saharan Africa, to develop to its potentials.
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He also said that Iran can send its skilled manpower to Africa and invest in the continent's sectors of mine, petrochemistry and roads and urban development.
The forum brought together top judicial officers from across the continent. They included judges, lawyers and government officials.
One would have thought hosting the World Cup on the continent in 2010 would have spurred the development of our technical base.We all hoped that Roger Milla and Cameroons colourful display in 1990, Sene-gals brave run in 2002 and Ghanas near-miss in 2010 - the only three times we have fielded a team at the quarter-final - were a prelude to Africas future super performance.
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