developing country

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developing country

a nonindustrialized poor country that is seeking to develop its resources by industrialization
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According to the etiological classification, the main causes are corneal diseases and cataract in undeveloped countries, ROP in developing countries, neurological diseases in developed countries.
During its existence, it spread its nasty ideology among undeveloped countries and would have swallowed up the free world given half the chance.
Perhaps as global warming changes affect the supply of these vital resources closer to home, there will be an increased effort to develop new technologies that alleviate these shortages that could then be used in the undeveloped countries in more cost-effective manners than what they now have available.
WE SAY IT IS true that we do not witness in this area the grinding, heartbreaking poverty that is endured in the world's most undeveloped countries.
In this annual awards edition, you will meet student leaders from around the country--those who had life-altering experiences through Study Abroad Grants in undeveloped countries, or those who are academically gifted and, thanks in part to Fellowships, are pursuing graduate studies in cutting edge science.
The economically undeveloped countries of Asia, Africa, Oceana and Latin America are considered as an entity with common characteristics, such as poverty, high birth rates and economic dependence on the advanced countries.
By contrast, relatively undeveloped countries tend to have larger rural populations living away from the urban nuisances of vehicle emissions and smog.
Once again, this threatens to make it much more difficult for Spain to offer effective government at a time of sustained economic adjustment and with unemployment rates rarely seen outside undeveloped countries with informal markets.
With regard to victims of organized crime, Fedetov said that mainly the victims are women and children that are being used in prostitution and drug smuggling in undeveloped countries.
By observing and reporting on the important medical and social work undertaken in undeveloped countries, students are encouraged to engage in crucial world health issues.
Here, the noise on the roads during weekends reminds me of somewhere in undeveloped countries during bazaar days, too crowded and noisy.