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a person who is from one's own country

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a man from your own country

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a man who lives in the country and has country ways

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It was the woman's day off and her two countrywomen had left for work when the 25-year-old got on to her bed and raped her for the first time in October.
tennis player like Davenport, it must be unsettling to see so few countrywomen following you onto the scene.
At the time, Cuban women were considered the highest exponent of these dances, and her countrywomen Ninon Sevilla, Mary Esquivel, Rosita Fornes and Amalia Aguilar, among others, often danced on camera with Pons.
It was formed during the First World War to encourage countrywomen to get involved in growing and preserving food to increase supplies to the war-torn nation.
A full decade after her "Only A Woman's Heart" led the Irish anthology A Woman's Heart and vaulted her to the ranks of countrywomen Sinead O'Connor, Frances and Mary Black, and Maura O'Connell, Eleanor McEvoy has released four discs, none quite so adventurous as her first, What's Following Me?
Reading it, one has some faint sense of how unimaginable a revolution she was urging on her countrywomen, three and a half decades ago, and how remarkable it is that she had the imagination to help set it in motion.
The gist of the article, written by the talented and courageous Michael Kelly - who had just published a terrific book about his experiences in Kuwait and Iraq during Operation Desert Storm - was that Hillary Clinton thought of herself as a good and noble person, and she was going to make the rest of her countrymen and countrywomen follow her lead and become good and noble, whether they liked it or not.
She ruled Northern India when many of her countrywomen were still confined to harems, built schools and libraries, pursued foreign trade and minted her own coins.
She told prosecutors that one of her countrywomen brought her to Ajman on a visit visa and she was supposed to work as a maid.
The French or Germans of all political persuasions would be celebrating if one of their own countrymen or countrywomen landed a plum international role.
Clare Queen is the top Scot in today's Northern Ireland Women's Open in Belfast and will be joined in the field by countrywomen Kathryn Imrie and Lynn Kenny.
Count Myskina as among the toughest competitors against her countrywomen, but never a detractor.
Dubai: Two women have been accused of luring their three countrywomen with bogus job offers and coercing them into prostitution.
MY fellow countrywomen, lend me your ears for a minute.
Still, ``Yeah, obviously, it was a little intimidating,'' says the 27-year-old actress, whom Petersen claims not to have known was one of his countrywomen when he picked her audition tape out of thousands submitted.