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antitrades

[′an·tē‚trādz]
(meteorology)
A deep layer of westerly winds in the troposphere above the surface trade winds of the tropics.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The results indicate that if the antitrade winds don't return, Vialard says, "this year's El Nino is more or less dead."
These individuals have strong antitrade opinions when confined to job-related issues; however, clear opinions either supporting or opposing trade are not evident for other issues.
That antitrade dynamic was on full display in the Ohio primary.
They carried on the antitrade union legislation of Thatcher, brought the private sector in to build our schools and hospitals and renewed Trident on the Clyde.
At the end of this chapter, the author also highlights the impact of antitrade policies designed by the developing countries.
industries--apparel workers were antitrade, while Walter Reuther's
1980) (stating that the business acts of the AMA and state medical associations are subject to federal antitrade laws).
A more structured decisionmaking process within the WTO "enhances the mobilization of antitrade forces relative to the already well-organized pro-trade groups." (33) Hence, "legalization could undermine liberalization." (34) Procedural guarantees are, of course, extremely important to the delicate balancing of security and freedom, and it is in this context that the internal processes of the Counter Terrorism Committee (CTC), established pursuant to Resolution 1373 of the U.N.
Consumer preferences for American films are strong, but so is antitrade lobbying interests leading to levies and subsidies.
Is the antitrade message taking hold all over the country, or will Democratic gains in the rust belt be outweighed by losses in modern-economy states like California and New York?
For Wimsatt, and undoubtedly many of the kids who have shown up for antiwar, antitrade and anti-Patriot Act rallies in the past few years, voting never seemed particularly important.
The denizens of Drop City, CA, are, on the surface, what one might expect: high-school dropouts who've decided to tune out and turn on, draft dodgers, children born into the antitrade of communal living; confused, naive, and eager, the lot of them.