abroad

What makes us think that students who study abroad become fluent?

He was able to delay the trial for a year by tendering an affidavit that a crucial witness was abroad.

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Economic fluctuations and pressures from abroad were simultaneously recognized by all participants as requiring some sort of response.

When deployed abroad they were merely expensive ; when stationed at home during peacetime – the ‘standing army ‘ – they were a fundamental threat to domestic liberty.

One factor, which will influence this, is the proportion of cases which are acquired abroad during the holiday season, and this probably varies by country.

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The problem was that the traditional policy had been endangered by the ideological developments of the 1840s, abroad and at home.

Thereafter, events at home and abroad only added to complexity and contradiction.

Even when they could, most shopped abroad anyway, often for reasons of quality.

However, political parties remain among the weakest components of the democratisation process and the least assisted from abroad.

A substantial number have transnational ties with groups of similar purpose abroad.

Among adults aged 20 -40 years, travelling abroad was associated with illness.

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However, concerns about its microbiological safety still exist, with notable milkborne outbreaks of infectious intestinal disease occurring both at home and abroad in recent years.

An investigation and prosecution would clearly implicate members of the regime and undermine its support at home and abroad.

Not only was domestic demand underdeveloped at this point ; promotion abroad also reflected a need for foreign exchange.

However, much of the profits of coffee production were sent abroad.

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