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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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I delivered my baby boy in the villa and my countrywomen helped me," S.
who was known as "Mama Sang" lured fellow countrywomen into the flesh trade under the guise of finding them jobs online in Dubai.
And while the world No3 concedes he has not spent too much time with his countrywomen Down Under this week, he admits it's "nice" to not be the only British representative heading into the middle weekend of the Australian Open.
But 16th seed Flavia Pennetta did go out, the Italian losing 6-4 6-3 to countrywomen Camila Giorgi, who came through qualifying.
Countrywomen Miki Ito and Arisa Murata reached the knockout stage but ended in 12th and 14th, respectively, at the Deer Valley meet in Park City, Utah.
There was better news for Clijsters' countrywomen Justin Henin and Yanina Wickmayer, who both secured victories to set up an all-Belgian fourth-round t ie.
from Sweden now provide the odds for their countrywomen in their first and in their next gestations (BMJ 2009; 338: b2255).
Swede Sorenstam, who will quit golf in December, had to settle for a share of sixth place with three countrywomen after disappointing the packed galleries with a double bogey at the last.
With a healthy number of Russians left in the draw it's no surprise Petrova will now meet one of her countrywomen with Alla Kudryavtseva next up in the fourth round.
tennis player like Davenport, it must be unsettling to see so few countrywomen following you onto the scene.
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.