Nationhood Nationwide

Nations

Meanings and phrases

Association of Southeast Asian Nations

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n.
  1. an association of nations dedicated to economic and political cooperation in southeastern Asia and who joined with the United States to fight against global terrorism; ASEAN

Commonwealth of Nations

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n.
  1. an association of nations consisting of the United Kingdom and several former British colonies that are now sovereign states but still pay allegiance to the British Crown; British Commonwealth

Five Nations

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n.
  1. a league of Iroquois tribes including originally the Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga and Seneca (the Five Nations); after 1722 they were joined by the Tuscarora (the Six Nations); Iroquois League; League of Iroquois; Six Nations

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

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n.
  1. the United Nations agency concerned with the international organization of food and agriculture; Food and Agriculture Organization; FAO

League of Nations

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n.
  1. an international organization formed in 1920 to promote cooperation and peace among nations; although suggested by Woodrow Wilson, the United States never joined and it remained powerless; it was dissolved in 1946 after the United Nations was formed

Six Nations

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n.
  1. a league of Iroquois tribes including originally the Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga and Seneca (the Five Nations); after 1722 they were joined by the Tuscarora (the Six Nations); Iroquois League; League of Iroquois; Five Nations

United Nations

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n.
  1. an organization of independent states formed in 1945 to promote international peace and security; UN

United Nations Children 's Fund

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n.
  1. an agency of the United Nations responsible for programs to aid education and the health of children and mothers in developing countries; United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund; UNICEF

United Nations Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice

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  1. the United Nations office responsible for crime prevention and criminal justice and law reform; Centre for International Crime Prevention

United Nations Day

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  1. a day for celebrating the founding of the United Nations; October 24

United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization

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n.
  1. an agency of the United Nations that promotes education and communication and the arts; UNESCO

United Nations International Children 's Emergency Fund

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n.
  1. an agency of the United Nations responsible for programs to aid education and the health of children and mothers in developing countries; United Nations Children's Fund; UNICEF

United Nations Office for Drug Control and Crime Prevention

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  1. an agency of the United Nations that promotes drug control and crime prevention; DCCP

United Nations Secretariat

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  1. the administrative arm of the United Nations

United Nations agency

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  1. an agency of the United Nations; UN agency

comity of nations

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  1. courteous respect by one nation for the laws and institutions of another

law of nations

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  1. the body of laws governing relations between nations; international law

other nations

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  • Most other nations replied with similar larger ships.
  • Denmark has long had good relations with other nations.
  • The song was a hit in other nations as well.

nations competed

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  • Twenty-five swimmers from eleven nations competed.
  • Nine riders from seven different nations competed.

both nations

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  • There are over 60 flights per week between both nations.
  • On 6 March 2000, both nations signed a free trade agreement.
  • Migration between both nations has traditionally been robust.

all nations

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  • The country has the third largest team among all nations.
  • Besides these there are many slaves of all nations in it.
  • Canada's combined exports and imports ranked 8th among all nations in 2006.

developing nations

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  • Several developing nations have instituted voter ID laws.
  • Most of the growth is expected to take place in developing nations.
  • These changes are the result of developing nations having rapid economic development.

member nations

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  • This makes the Philippines the most improved among ASEAN member nations.
  • In 2008, 57 UN member nations initially co-sponsored the opposing statement.
  • It holds an Annual General Assembly (AGA) in one of the member nations every August.

many nations

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  • We have seen Nazism and Communism destroy many nations.
  • Various F-5 versions remain in service with many nations.
  • Some 6,500 people from many nations were evacuated to safety.

different nations

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  • Nine riders from seven different nations competed.

developed nations

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  • It is also referred to as Shisha in Canada, USA and most developed nations.
  • Most of its agriculture exports serve developing and least developed nations.
  • Healthcare in the Czech Republic is similar in quality to other developed nations.

nations such

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  • The U.S. has a trade surplus with nations such as Australia.
  • European nations such as Germany and Italy have imported large numbers of Quarter Horses.
  • Moreover, many migrants come from Latin American nations such as Bolivia, Ecuador or Colombia.

foreign nations

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  • Sixteen foreign nations participated in the event.
  • Congress also has power to regulate commerce with foreign nations.
  • The right to recognize foreign nations rests solely with the president.

between nations

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  • Material inequality between nations make technological solutions insufficient for climate change mitigation.
  • First, it explains the enormous differences of SWB between nations across the globe (Diener, Tay, & Oishi, 2013).
  • Several liberals, including Smith and Cobden, argued that the free exchange of goods between nations could lead to world peace.

participating nations

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  • There were 64 participating nations at the Games.
  • There were 11 participating nations in diving with a total of 69 athletes.
  • There are 28 participating nations in squash with a total of 106 athletes.

various nations

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  • Consider how difficult it is today to communicate with various nations.
  • The pair married on June 11, 1990, in a wedding attended by the ambassadors of various nations.
  • Several military engineering vehicles have been developed in various nations to achieve this task.

nations participated

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  • Sixteen foreign nations participated in the event.
  • Athletes from 6 nations participated in the event.
  • 21 dancing couples from 16 nations participated.

several nations

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  • Other member stations are drawn from several nations in the Caribbean area.
  • Tankettes were designed and built by several nations between the 1920s and 1940s.
  • In several nations, especially in the Caribbean region, creole languages are spoken.

between both nations

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  • There are over 60 flights per week between both nations.
  • Migration between both nations has traditionally been robust.
  • Initially, relations between both nations were underdeveloped.

industrialized nations

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  • In industrialized nations, the proportion is much higher, approaching 90%.
  • These processed foods became a large part of diets in many industrialized nations.
  • Many industrialized nations also began to utilize EVM in their own procurement programs.

island nations

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  • the price in Iceland is 5.54 cents per kWh while in some island nations it is 40 cents per kWh.
  • As the only shortwave radio station in New Zealand, RNZ International broadcasts to several island nations.
  • In many island nations such as those of the Mediterranean, South Pacific and Caribbean, tourism is central to the economy.

independent nations

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  • At the 2009 Games, Serbia and Montenegro competed as independent nations for the first time.
  • All six Socialist Republics have since become fully independent nations and are members of the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
  • All of the 12 independent nations of South America are members of the South American Council of Health and, therefore, are part of ISAGS.
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