Central American country

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Noun1.Central American country - any one of the countries occupying Central America; these countries (except for Belize and Costa Rica) are characterized by low per capita income and unstable governments
North American country, North American nation - any country on the North American continent
Central America - the isthmus joining North America and South America; extends from the southern border of Mexico to the northern border of Colombia
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The Honduran authorities estimate that in the United States there are about 1 million Hondurans, including legalized and undocumented residents, who have escaped dire situations of violence and instability affecting the Central American country.
Women in the Central American country of Guatemala had much reason to cheer when its first lady vice-president was elected.
Vice President Joseph Biden, visiting Panama for talks with President Ricardo Martinelli, said the Central American country contributed to international security by seizing a ship carrying weapons from Cuba to North Korea.
In which Central American country is English the main language?
citizen was extradited to that Central American country.
Juan Carlos Casco, president of the Honduran-American Chamber of Commerce, says the trade deal is a very important basic tool for increasing investor confidence in the Central American country.
The government of the Central American country has linked up with London-based charity Trekforce Expeditions to run the scheme for law abiding youths who face the risk of turning to crime.
When Quebec's Ballet Ouest director-choreographer Margaret Mehuys announced to dignitaries of Costa Rica that her Montreal group would help this Central American country build its own professional ballet company, she gave local children permission to dream of classical careers.
Central American Women's Forum: Proceedings from the Workshop, "For Access to Legal and Safe Abortion," describes the development of this forum in which the participants sought to: 1) broaden the perspectives on abortion in Central America's sociopolitical agenda, based on a diagnosis of the realities of abortion in this region; and 2) develop strategies to address this issue in the context of each Central American country.
MAKING A SPLASH: A program at a recently opened dolphin research center in the Central American country of Belize allows visitors to assist biologists in a study of bottlenose dolphins.
In the words of Robert Parry in The Consortium, this story dealt with "the slaughter of an estimated quarter million people by the sadistic Guatemalan army, a military that has dominated the Central American country since the CIA-sponsored and directed coup in 1954 to oust a democratically elected government.

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