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Synonyms for cosmopolite

a sophisticated person who has travelled in many countries

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Metropole aux racines europeennes, fortement ancree dans le modernisme nord-americain, elle est devenue, a travers le temps une cite cosmopolite, a l'histoire, a l'heritage, a la culture inspirees de tous les pays du monde.
Effects of mulch on banana weevil Cosmopolites sordidus (Germar) populations and damage in Uganda.
But the stronger defense of the deracinated cosmopolite is that he is Everyman.
Cosmopolites, according to Vicars, were not dedicated to God but bewitched by "Mammon, Sin-bane, Soules-decay.
Moins nombreux, les cosmopolites "principiels" (17% des jeunes) sont ceux qui consomment le plus de produits etrangers et qui declarent le plus souvent une preference pour ces derniers.
The banana root borer, Cosmopolites sordidus (Coleoptera: Dryophthoridae), is a major banana plant (Musa spp.
Women'Secret est plutot specialisee dans les sous-vetements, la lingerie et les maillots de bain, pour les femmes de 25 a 45 ans, cosmopolites, naturelles, feminines et sensuelles.
METRO will present trendy and sporty designs for cosmopolites.
El "picudo negro", Cosmopolites sordidus (Gemar), (Coleoptera: Dryophthoridae), es la plaga mas importante de los cultivos de banano y platano (Musa spp.
The revelation that they were not the world's geographic, population, or cultural center destroyed their self-significant status: "Once they recognized their marginality, they were no longer cosmopolites.
A broca-do-rizoma, Cosmopolites sordidus (Germar), principal praga dos bananais, destaca-se por provocar elevados prejuizos a producao e pela distribuicao em praticamente todas as areas onde se cultiva banana (SILVA; FANCELLI, 1998; MESQUITA; ALVES, 1983).