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western hemisphere

1. that half of the globe containing the Americas, lying to the west of the Greenwich or another meridian
2. the lands contained in this, esp the Americas
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And, when that happens, uncertainty dissipates, confidence comes back and hopefully the economy will rebound," said Krishna Srinivasan, Deputy Director of the IMF's Western Hemisphere Department, in describing steps Brazil will need to take to improve its economy.
Continue reading "The Incredible History of Kehila Kedosha Janina, the only Romaniote shul in the Western Hemisphere (and in NYC
Exploring the Western Hemisphere Using Literature and Mnemonics" is a spiral bound, nicely illustrated, 90 page introduction to using mnemonics as an educational study and information retention tool.
Africa [8], Europe [15], and the Western Hemisphere [30]) or of unknown origin (32).
Last week, I released our Western Hemisphere Defense Policy Statement which describes this new era that I discussed, and will guide our approach to defense cooperation across the region.
Western Hemisphere Security Cooperation Act of 2012.
This update to the November 2007 Regional Economic Outlook: Western Hemisphere discusses the shocks to the US economy, how the Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) region is placed to address them, and their impact on the outlook for the entire Western hemisphere as a whole.
has been elected chairman of the board of visitors of the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation at Fort Benning.
It will represent the most creative step toward a new world order taken by any group of countries since the end of the Cold War," he wrote, "and the first step toward the even larger version of a free-trade zone for the entire Western Hemisphere.
The earliest known example of writing in the Western Hemisphere was recently found on an Olmec stone in Veracruz, Mexico.
ESPN Outdoors columnist and award-winning photographer Keith "Catfish" Sutton presents Out There Fishing, an impressively informative and entertaining anthology of true-life stories about angling in the Western Hemisphere, here collected in print for the first time.
Deftly illustrated to provide young readers with an invaluable guide through a beautiful bird's long and perilous journey, Red Knot maps the Red Knot's annual migration, and includes a collection of intriguing information and facts about Red Knots including its shorebird relatives, western hemisphere geography, bird banding information, and more.

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