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Definition of the noun argentina

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noun - plural: -

  1. type genus of the Argentinidae: argentines

Places

  1. Argentina, officially the Argentine Republic is a federal republic located in southeastern South America. Sharing the Southern Cone with its smaller neighbour Chile, it is bordered by Bolivia and Paraguay to the north; Brazil to the northeast; Uruguay and the South Atlantic Ocean to the east; Chile to the west and the Drake Passage to the south.
  2. The Argentina is an Italian river in the province of Imperia. Its source is near the French border. The river flows past Triora and flows south before emptying into the Ligurian Sea.

There are other places with in their name, like La Argentina, Villa Argentina, Perosa Argentina, Teatro Argentina, Largo di Torre Argentina and Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina.

People

  1. Argentina started flamenco singing since the childhood. Since 12 years old she showed her aptitude in contests held in Huelva. Years later, she decided completing her training in the sevillian school of Cristina Heeren Foundation, where she attended classes taught by master Jos de la Tomasa. In 2006 she delivers her first album 'Argentina', produced by Jerez guitarrist Jos Quevedo 'Bolita' and guitar playing by Juan Diego, Diego de Morao and Manuel Parrilla.
    • also known as María López Tristancho
    • born on (31 years ago) in Huelva
    • nationality: Spain
    • profession: Singer
    • read more about Argentina (singer)
  2. Argentina appeared in the 2013 autobiographical docudrama comedy film Drifts.

There are other people with in their name, like Argentina Sosa, Argentina Menis, Norma Argentina, Argentina Boldea, Argentina Santos, Imperio Argentina, Raymond Argentina, Argentina Brunetti, Argentina Northern, Argentina Guimarães and many others.

Group

Argentina is a musical group.

  • album: "Argentina"

Business

  1. Argentina a.k.a. Aerolíneas Argentinas, formally Aerolíneas Argentinas S.A., is Argentina's largest airline and serves as the country '​s flag carrier. The airline was created in 1949 from the merger of four companies, and started operations in December 1950. A consortium led by Iberia took control of the airline in 1990, and Grupo Marsans acquired the company and its subsidiaries in 2001, following a period of severe financial difficulties that put the airline on the brink of closure. The company has been run by the Argentine government since late 2008, when the country regained control of the airline after it was taken over from the Spanish owners. As of October 2013, Aerolíneas Argentinas was state-owned. It has its headquarters in Buenos Aires.
  2. Argentina is a publisher.

Music

  1. "Argentina" is an album by New Zealand trio Thela. It was recorded in New York City in March 1996, and produced by Thela with Tom Surgal. It was released in 1996 on Thurston Moore's Ecstatic Peace label. It consists of 6 untitled tracks.
    • released in (20 years ago)
  2. "Argentina" is a musical album of Dino Saluzzi.
    • released in (25 years ago)
  3. "Argentina" is a musical EP of Argentina.
    • released in (10 years ago)
  4. "Argentina" is a musical single of Jeremy Healy & Amos.

Writings

  1. "Argentina" is a book by Alejandro Dabat.
    • also known as "Argentina: the Malvinas and the end of military rule"
    • subject: Foreign relations
  2. "Argentina" is a book by Arthur Preston Whitaker.
    • subject: History
  3. "Argentina" is a book by Bernardo Kugler.
    • also known as "Argentina: reallocating resources for the improvement of education"
  4. "Argentina" is a book by Sebastian Brett.
    • also known as "Argentina: reluctant partner: the Argentine government's failure to back trials of human rights violators"
  5. "Argentina" is a book by William Alfred Hirst.

There are many other writings with this title.

Miscellanea

  1. Argentina a.k.a. The Argentina national football team represents Argentina in football and is controlled by the Argentine Football Association, the governing body for football in Argentina. Argentina's home stadium is Estadio Monumental Antonio Vespucio Liberti.
    • also known as Argentina Men's National Football Team, Argentina Mens National Football Team, Argentina Football Team, Argentina Mens Football Team, Argentina Men's Football Team, Argentina Mens National Soccer Team, Argentina National Soccer Team, Argentina Mens Soccer Team, Argentina Soccer Team, Argentina Men's National Soccer Team, Argentina Men's Soccer Team, La Albiceleste, La Selección, Albicelestes
  2. Argentina a.k.a. The government of Argentina, functioning within the framework of a federal system, is a presidential representative democratic republic. The President of Argentina is both head of state and head of government. Executive power is exercised by the President. Legislative power is vested in both the Executive and the National Congress. The Judiciary is independent from the Executive and from the Legislature.

Phrases with Argentina

Phrases starting with the word Argentina:

  1. Argentina Aphia
  2. Argentina Bonuk
  3. Argentina Curta
  4. Argentina Emodi
  5. Argentina Rubra
  6. Argentina silus

Phrases ending with the word Argentina:

  1. Poa argentina
  2. Dixa Argentina
  3. Ilex Argentina
  4. Sida Argentina
  5. Tama Argentina
  6. Caiza Argentina
  7. Carex Argentina
  8. Draba Argentina
  9. genus argentina
  10. Loasa Argentina
  11. Opius Argentina
  12. Polia Argentina
  13. Rhina argentina
  14. Stipa argentina

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Argentina

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Google previewArgentina Business and Investment Opportunities Yearbook Volume 1 Strategic, Practical Information and Opportunities (2016)

by IBP, Inc.

LEGAL SYSTEM Argentina is a civil law country, meaning that its courts rely on laws compiled in codes, such as the Commerce Code and the Civil Code. Judicial decisions are typically based on code provisions rather than on precedents set ...

Google previewWhere to Watch Birds in South America (2014)

by Nigel Wheatley

Summary Argentina is a friendly, modern country with a good infrastructure, a field guide and many spectacular settings in which to watch birds. Although it is basically a temperate country with no lowland rainforest, it is over 3,000 km long, ...

Google previewMurder in San Francisco (2013)

by Bruce Holdt

Argentina is the second largest country in South America. “Spanish is the language most people speak and the official language, but many other languages are spoken. Some of these are German, Guarani, Mapudungun, and Quechua, and ...

Google previewArgentina Business Law Handbook Volume 2 Investment, Trade Laws and Regulations (2016)

by IBP, Inc.

Argentina is a civil law country, meaning that its courts rely on laws compiled in codes, such as the Commerce Code and the Civil Code. Judicial decisions are typically based on code provisions rather than on precedents set by past judicial ...

Google previewArgentina Labor Laws and Regulations Handbook: Strategic Information and Basic Laws (2013)

by IBP, Inc.

Argentina is a civil law country, meaning that its courts rely on laws compiled in codes, such as the Commerce Code and the Civil Code. Judicial decisions are typically based on code provisions rather than on precedents set by past judicial ...

Google previewArgentina Energy Policy, Laws and Regulations Handbook Volume 1 Electricity Generation, Development and Regulations (2015)

by IBP USA Staff, International Business Publications, USA

LEGAL SYSTEM Argentina is a civil law country, meaning that its courts rely on laws compiled in codes, such as the Commerce Code and the Civil Code. Judicial decisions are typically based on code provisions rather than on precedents set ...

Google previewDrugs and Society (2017)

by Glen R. Hanson, Peter J. Venturelli, Annette E. Fleckenstein

argentina is a transshipment country for cocaine headed for Europe, heroin headed for the united states, and ephedrine and pseudoephedrine headed for Mexico. some money laundering occurs, especially in the tri-Border area.

Google previewCensus Mapping Survey (1984)

by Prithvish Nag

Argentina is an extremely large country. Its continental area covers more than 2...

Google previewTopias and Utopias in Health (1975)

Policy Studies by Stanley R. Ingman, Anthony E. Thomas

Argentina is the second largest country by area and the third by population among the Latin American countries.

First, Argentina is a highly urbs nizcd country, even for a region lilte Latin America that is far more urbanized than European ...

Google previewCross-Cultural Consumption (2002)

Global Markets, Local Realities by David Howes

Northwestern Argentina is a potent blend of cultures, histories and geographies, of Andean civilization with European,

Google previewEncyclopedia of the World's Minorities (2013)

by Carl Skutsch

Argentina is a presidential democracy. The country declared its independence from Spanish rule in 1816, forming the United Province of South America, which later became known as the Argentine Confederation. According to the Constitution ...

Google previewThe Process of Internationalization in Emerging SMEs and Emerging Economies (2013)

by Hamid Etemad

Argentina is a large emerging economy characterized by rapid structural changes in its socio-economic environment and high volatility, and by the incoherence and low quality of its public policies (Spiller and Tommasi 2007). As in many ...

Google previewInsight Guides: Argentina (2013)

by Insight Guides

Insight Guides: Inspiring your next adventure Insight Guide Argentina is a comprehensive, full-colour guide to the rich history and modern-day attractions of this enormous, beguiling destination that has so much to offer - its atmospheric ...

Google previewLibraries, Telecentres, Cybercafes and Public Access to ICT: International Comparisons (2011)

International Comparisons by Gomez, Ricardo

Argentina is the second largest country in South America after Brazil and is the eighth largest country in the world.

Government Argentina is a presidential representative democratic republic in which the president is the head ofstate and also ...

Google previewThe American Desk Encyclopedia (1998)

by Steve Luck

Argentina is the second largest country in South America and the eighth largest in the world. The high Andes Mountains...

Economy Argentina is an upper- middle-income developing country (1994 GNP per capita, US$8,060). The economy is ...

Google previewCultureShock! Argentina (2011)

A Survival Guide to Customs and Etiquette by Fiona Adams

Argentina is the essential guide to enable you to enjoy your stay in the country.

Google previewInternational encyclopedia of adolescence (2007)

A-J, index by Jeffrey Jensen Arnett

Background Information Argentina, a vast nation located in the south of the American continent, had a population of about 36 million people (52% female) in 2001, with one-third living in the capital city, Buenos Aires, and its surrounding area.

Google previewExporters' Encyclopaedia (1920)

Argentina now stands eighth in the production of wheat, fourth in the area sown, and (1909 first) in 1910 second in the amount exported to other countries. The explanation of the relative differences is found in the proportion of production to ...

Google previewThe Polo Encyclopedia, 2d Ed. (2015)

by Horace A. Laffaye

Five nations entered: Argentina Great Britain United States Arturo J. Kenny Capt. Frederick E. Guest Elmer J. Boeseke, Jr. Juan D. Nelson Lt-Col. J.D.Y. Bingham Thomas Hitchcock, Jr. Capt. Enrique Padilla Wing Comm. P.K. Wise Frederick ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of Virology (2009)

by Brian W.J. Mahy

Andes HPS Oligoryzomys longicaudatus South America (Argentina) Ape Aime-Itapua NR ...

Google previewThe Garland Encyclopedia of World Music: Southeast Asia (1998)

by Bruno Nettl, Terry E. Miller, Ruth M. Stone, Sean Williams

Argentina. Jane. L. Florine. History of Cuarteto Cuarteto in the 1990s Musicians' Social Class and Behavior The Recording...

Aesthetics Cuarteto, also called musica cuartetera 'quartet music', is a pop or dance music from Cordoba, Argentina.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Database Technologies and Applications (2005)

by Rivero, Laura C.

/ Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Aleman-Meza, Boanerges/University of Georgia, USA Alhajj, Reda / University of ...

Google previewThe Greenwood Encyclopedia of Children's Issues Worldwide (2008)

by Irving Epstein

ARGENTINA Milagros Nores NATIONAL PROFILE Argentina currently has slightly more than 40 million inhabitants, up from 36 million in 2001. Ten percent live in rural areas. Its annual population growth has slowed down significantly.

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of British Foreign Policy (2013)

by Peter Neville

over the control of the Falkland Islands with Argentina. These remote islands lfl'lOWl'l to the Argentines as the Malvinas are ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Age of Imperialism, 1800-1914 (2008)

by Carl Cavanagh Hodge

ABC Powers Argentina, Brazil, and Chile are referred to collectively as the ABC powers because by 1914 they appeared to have achieved domestic tranquility as independent states and demonstrated a desire to submit boundary disputes to ...

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Sign language, ASL of Argentina for capital

Quotes about Argentina

The tango is really a combination of many cultures, though it eventually became the national music of Argentina. (Yo-Yo Ma)
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