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Synonyms for Europe

the 2nd smallest continent (actually a vast peninsula of Eurasia)

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an international organization of European countries formed after World War II to reduce trade barriers and increase cooperation among its members

the nations of the European continent collectively

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Europe's strongest discipline in the 11 clashes from 1985 has been the fourballs, where a massive 20-point lead has been established.
According to Weigel, Europe's current political uncertainty conceals unresolved philosophical and theological questions.
Let me raise some specific issues that point toward that conclusion--and to the necessity of a cultural, indeed theological, analysis of Europe's situation today.
This new hegemonic group inside the European Union is far more focused on the urgency of removing obstacles to economic growth and of improving Europe's ability to deal with the massive security threats coming from the Muslim world and, to a lesser extent, from Vladimir Putin's dabbling with a new authoritarianism in Russia.
Southern Europe's role as an importer will diminish with improving collections, and Italy will even become self-sufficient in recovered fiber by 2005.
This is partly why Europe's citizens are increasingly disenchanted and anxious.
MeshNetics' ZigBit modules, Evaluation Kits and Development Kits will be available from all Texim Europe's sales offices.
Europe's dollar dilemma explains why today's currency markets are more volatile than at any time since the 1930s.
Transition costs of around $30 million per company or around $50 billion for Europe's largest companies have been predicted by Harris Opinion Research, which surveyed European companies with more than 5,000 employees.
The Great European Plain, which sweeps across Europe's north-central region, has excellent farmland.
Even the oft-cited explanation that Europe's lack of economic dynamism when compared with the United States is due to rigid economic and political structures, and to an absence of enthusiasm for reform, only ostensibly provides a deeper analysis of the causes.
Europe's North American Sports Network Will Expand ESPN's Presence in Region
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