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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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However, the next day, when a flatmate reconnected the memory stick to her desktop, she discovered around 100 videos and images of her and her countrywomen naked in the shower.
He stressed the leading role of countrywomen through decades, since the pre-oil era to the present, saying that together with youth, they are the cornerstone of any development vision in the country.
'The President is very conscious of the social implication of our countrymen and countrywomen going abroad to look for jobs, and so he would like to create more jobs in our country so that there will be no necessity for our countrymen to go abroad,' he told reporters.
With elections around the corner, we ask our countrymen and countrywomen to bear the Pakistan People's Party's struggle for democracy, and its commitment to social justice and rights in mind, and vote accordingly.
who was known as "Mama Sang" lured fellow countrywomen into the flesh trade under the guise of finding them jobs online in Dubai.
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.
And over the past few weeks, groups of women have came and gone from the Irish Countrywomen's Association's headquarters, forced to show they can live up to their high standards.
Tiffany is starring in RTE's ICA Bootcamp which follows the toils of the glamorous contestants as they get to grips with rural life at the Irish Countrywomen's Association headquarters in Termonfeckin, Co Louth.
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.
ANYONE interested in helping form a new section of the Yorkshire Countrywomen's Association is invited to a meeting at the Gleneagles Centre, New Marske, tomorrow at 7pm.
The talk, which starts at 7.30pm, has been organised by the Yorkshire Countrywomen's Association and the admission is pounds 1, including light refreshments.