Kuwait

[ US /kuˈweɪt/ ]
NOUN
  1. an Arab kingdom in Asia on the northwestern coast of the Persian Gulf; a major source of petroleum
  2. a seaport on the Persian Gulf and capital of Kuwait
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How To Use Kuwait In A Sentence

  • As they go into battle, simultaneous armoured thrusts will be launched from Kuwait and Turkey.
  • DELHI: India's Reliance Industries Ltd has awarded its term tender to sell diesel to traders Trafigura, Kuwait's IP. and Africa-focused Galana as it prepares for a surge in supply later this Oil company Reliance Industries is planning to export low sulphur diesel to refinery at Jamnagar comes on stream later this year, P. Raghavendran, the company's refining China will cut diesel exports in May by 40 percent versus April volumes to a four-month low of WN.com - Business News
  • Only people who can trace their family history in Kuwait back before 1920 are entitled to citizenship.
  • He then launches into a laboured attempt to show us what happens next by drawing on the history of oil in Kuwait.
  • But we are out here in the middle of the desert, and somewhere in Kuwait, so, I think our viewers will pardon us.
  • Mrs Castell last heard from her son when he was in Kuwait, two days before the war began on March 20.
  • Dr. Al-Qarashi, an engineer and a professor at the University of Kuwait, had noted in a recent article in the KUWAIT TIMES that against-his-will he had four times been sent to a mental institution by the Kuwait government. KUWAITI HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVIST HOUNDS BRITISH DIPLOMAT AND TRIES TO FOCUS MORE ATTENTION ON RIGHTS ISSUES IN KUWAIT
  • Nobody wanted to face the three-hour flight back to Kuwait with packages undelivered — it made the flight longer and burned fuel like crazy; and to face the crew that had worked like dogs to ready the aircraft, load the bombs, and paint love notes to Osama bin Laden and Mullah Mohammed Omar on the ordnance was a full-bore bummer. The Kabul-ki Dance
  • We set sail from Kuwait.
  • KUWAIT _ Unarmed Iraqis in civilian clothes crossed into Kuwait for the second time in as many days Monday and removed equipment from a disputed naval base Baghdad considers within its own territory, a U.N. official said. ANC Daily News Briefing
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