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of, from, or characteristic of another place or part of the world

not part of the essential nature of a thing

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of concern to or concerning the affairs of other nations (other than your own)

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relating to or originating in or characteristic of another place or part of the world

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not contained in or deriving from the essential nature of something

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not belonging to that in which it is contained

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The foreign gentleman, with patient courtesy entreated pardon;
'Pardon,' said the foreign gentleman; 'I am alwiz wrong!'
'And ozer countries?--' the foreign gentleman was beginning, when Mr Podsnap put him right again.
'It was a little particular of Providence,' said the foreign gentleman, laughing; 'for the frontier is not large.'
In a press briefing at Malacanang on Tuesday, Foreign Affairs spokesperson Robespierre Bolivar said it is 'normal' for foreign ministers, including the US Secretary of State, to meet with the chairperson of the Asean.
A RIC that makes a foreign tax passthrough election under Sec.
To qualify for the earned income exclusion, an individual must have a tax home (that is, "the general area of a main place of business, employment or post of duty" regardless of the location of the family home) in a foreign country and must be (1) a U.S.
In short, "much of the decision-making regarding foreign language study is made at the local level," reports the National Association of State Boards of Education.
A year ago, the United Nations called for yet another doubling of foreign aid.
The Institute also endorsed the proposed regulations' reducing the certification period from 15 to 7 years when an election is made that no portion of the DCL has been, or will be, used to offset the income of any other person under the income tax laws of a foreign country.
In this South Korea, Deputy Prime Minister Han Duck-soo extols the virtues of direct foreign investment in South Korea.
Although the Japanese are, in fact, trying to open up to certain kinds of foreign investment, as evidenced by a government-sponsored "Invest in Japan" advertising campaign, they are drawing the line at overtly hostile deals.
producers that don't have access to a sophisticated treasury management function that hedges foreign currency exposures, the currently weak dollar is an important driver in a decision to expand overseas.
This issue first became a concern for Americans back in the '50s when attention focused on a talented foreign student who had studied aerospace engineering and mathematics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the California Institute of Technology.
shareholders of partners that are controlled foreign corporations, attempt--through special partnership allocations--to claim foreign tax credits not matched by income subject to U.S.