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any of various small silver-scaled salmon-like marine fishes

of or relating to or characteristic of Argentina or its people

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Currently, conditions are ripe for big hotel chains to look at these spots, thanks to the heavy tourist demand and the willingness on the part of the hospitality sector," says Guillermo Lavallen, of the Argentine Hotels and Tourism Association.
Newton proposes to build on his earlier assessments of Argentine pluralism, and the role of German Argentines (including German-Jewish Argentines) within a larger Argentine polity.
NEW YORK -- Revenues at the Argentine power distribution company and ENDESA (NYSE:ELE) subsidiary, Edesur, are set to increase by Euro 4.
Shapiro will host a cocktail reception to honor members of the Argentine Congress, who travel to Washington, D.
Hull argued that in 1930, at the instigation of lobbyists on behalf of cattle ranchers, the sanitary ban had been transformed into a commercial barrier against Argentine beef.
According to the Argentine Tea and Coffee Association, 18,000 tons of Argentine tea was imported into the U.
The Argentine fishing industry is highly dependent on export markets despite efforts to increase domestic consumption.
They also made little effort to attack British carriers, which launched the Harriers that shot down Argentine planes.
economy and slower than usual holiday season, imports of Argentine wines were up a staggering 43.
The fierce resistance predicted by the Argentine junta in Buenos Aires never materialised.
Argentine journalism: An Argentine newspaper, Perfil, last week reported that Foreign Minister Hector Timerman (photo) had offered to bury his country's probes of two 1990s bombings aimed at Jews in Buenos Aires--and widely blamed on Iran--in exchange for expanded trade ties.
LAHORE, February 27, 2010 (Frontier Star ): Foreign Secretary of Argentine Republic, Victorio Taccetti called on Punjab Chief Minister, Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif, here on Sunday and discussed matters of mutual interest as well as cooperation in different sectors.
JANUARY 2000: Argentine referee Horacio Elizondo gives Beckham the second red card of his career for a shocker of a foul on Necaxa's Jose Milian in World Cub Championship match in the Maracana.
LONDON, April 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Twelve RAF veterans arrive in London from Argentina this week for the launch of "Wings of Thunder", the history of over 600 Argentine volunteers who flew in the British and Canadian airforces during the war.
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