congree

Related to congree: congress, Congaree National Park

congree

(kənˈɡriː)
vb (intr)
obsolete to agree
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According to the Building Congree, fixing America's ailing infrastructure will require the investment of more than $3 trillion to both bring systems to a state of good repair and accommodate population growth.
Khartoum, Feb.25 (SUNA) - President of the Republic, Field Marshal, Omer Al-Basher has ruled out unity between his party and the People's Congree Part (PCP), but, he said everything is possible .
Modi had won from Maninagar for the second term in 2007 by defeating Dinsha Patel of Congree with over 75,000 votes.
Field Corps Congree, 22-25 September 1997, Samsun, (in Turkish).
They have been honoured by the Irish Tourist Board in Dublin to represent the launch of the Tour de France in the Palais de Congree, Paris, in 1997 in the presence of President Chirac.
Before Congree again the State Department's story on yellow rain it should heed the words of Saul Hormats: "Has Congress been misled, and if so, by whom?"
But Keegan, making a rare public appearance at the Aspire for Sport Congrees yesterday, said: "There are a lot of teams in the Premier League struggling in defence.
When Mulally went to Washington to make the announcement, he was accompanied by his press aide, Ford Americas group controller, and the vice president of government and community relations, a group that had collaborated and determined together what face Ford would put forward to Congrees and the public.
Imed Daimi, secretaire general du Congrees Pour la Republique (CPR) et invite de Studio Shems jeudi 28 novembre 2013, a declare qu'il s'oppose a la candidature de l'ex-ministre de la Defense, Abdelkrim Zbidi au poste de Premier ministre.