European nation

NOUN
  1. any one of the countries occupying the European continent
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  • The creation of these late orders of chivalry proliferated in European nations in the 19th century and was emulated by emergent aspirant nations in their spheres of influence.
  • The ash plume from the Icelandic volcano has continued to spread and has resulted in the grounding of flights in nearly 20 European nations. Fighter Jets Suffer Volcanic Damage: Why Resume Flying?
  • OTTAWA - In deciding to cut overall government spending next year, Alberta appears to be moving in its own direction, ignoring advice Prime Minister Stephen Harper was dispensing to European nations last week to "overact" when it comes to stimulus spending. Top Stories - Google News
  • Fertility rates in many European nations and Japan have dropped below the replacement rate, causing concern that shortages of labor and productivity could threaten the quality of life.
  • Note: largest West European nation; occasional warm tropical wind known as mistral The 1995 CIA World Factbook
  • Barely mentioned except in passing is the Spanish Civil War, for example, where for three whole years between 1936 and 1939 Germany and Italy lent troops and weapons in a Fascist invasion of a sovereign European nation that had never threatened or "encircled" them in any way. A War Worth Fighting
  • Highly organized and well-funded oralist organizations dominated the field of education in America and many European nations by the early twentieth century as well.
  • European nations can live together in a spirit of mutual trust.
  • Most western European nations are signatories to/of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
  • European nation's nations are divided as to whether to apply deploy them in airports.
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