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Synonyms for eastern

lying toward or situated in the east

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of or characteristic of eastern regions of the United States

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lying in or toward the east

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relating to or characteristic of regions of eastern parts of the world

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from the east

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Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi and the visiting Qatari deputy prime minister agreed Wednesday to respect the initiatives of local people and their diversity in reconstructing Iraq as well as in reforming other Middle Eastern countries, a Japanese official said.
In short, the interest and energy of Middle Eastern countries provide impetus for change and the development of a social climate that increasingly accepts change.
to register immigrants from Middle Eastern countries.
That essay considers both the increased availability of documents from eastern countries, despite the failure of Western and Eastern Christianity to reunite, and the slow arrival of and limited access to English translations of the Bible despite the invention of printing and the Increasing general interest in biblical scholarship.
For Britain's TV crimefighter Ace Lightning (right) has been flogged to several Middle Eastern countries, including Iraq.
We have seen proposals to change the way we handle immigration, particularly from Middle Eastern countries, and proposals to keep better track of people with student visas.
The shipment is a breakthrough for an African supplier as South Africa traditionally acquires most its crude from such Middle Eastern countries as Saudi Arabia and Dubai.
Therefore, on July 27, 1377, the Great Council of Dubrovnik introduced in a decree a measure that would both protect against plague epidemics and free trade with eastern countries from which these epidemics usually spread.
Government officials still held the view that those who supplied the Middle Eastern oil which "we were heavily dependent on" were "certainly not the Middle Eastern countries .
Another point of conflict involves the status of Eastern Catholic churches--the so-called "Uniate" churches in Eastern countries that celebrate Eastern liturgy but are in communion with Rome.
But with whisky sales to Far Eastern countries hit by the strong pound, latest figures showed drink exports came to pounds 2.
Par Avion also has subscribers in Macao, Beijing South America, New Zealand, and Australia as well as many of the European and Middle Eastern countries.
The ECE has been instrumental in helping many eastern countries meet environmental goals while making the transition to a market-based economy.
a family-owned international business and commercial firm headquartered in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, to act as the master licensee under three separate master license agreements for nine Middle Eastern countries including Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Yemen.
The agreements cover the following topics: Suzuka Engineering will become a distributor of Chronos Richardson technology in Japan; Chronos Richardson will become a sales agent for Suzuka Engineering technology in all Far Eastern countries, other than Japan; Chronos Richardson will distribute Suzuka Engineering technology in Europe, the Americas, Middle East and Africa.
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