Malvinas


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Mal·vi·nas

 (mäl-vē′näs), Islas
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Malvinas

(Spanish malˈβinas)
pl n
(Placename) Islas Malvinas (ˈizlas) the Argentine name for the Falkland Islands
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Malvinas

[mælˈviːnəs] N the Malvinaslas Malvinas
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It is only Malvinas and women of that kind who are loved for their beauty.
Tribune News network DOHA Qatar Petroleum (QP) has won exploration rights in five offshore blocks in the North Argentina, and Malvinas West basins in Argentina, the company announced in a statement.
QP won the exploration rights for blocks MLO-113, MLO-117, and MLO-118 in the Malvinas West basin as part of a consortium comprising an ExxonMobil affiliate (operator with a 70% interest) and a QP affiliate (with a 30% interest).
Bouzo, chairman of the Saudi Support Group, in recognition of his efforts and support to Argentina on the issue of the Malvinas Islands (Falkland Islands).
Al-Jaafari made his remarks during a meeting for the UN Special Committee on Decolonization on the issue of the Falkland Islands (Malvinas).
The Argentinian defender posted "Las Malvinas son Argentinas", which translates as "the Falkland Islandsare Argentine".
Among the topics are exploring and exploiting oil and gas resources in maritime areas of overlap under international law: the Falklands (Malvinas), the Falklands/Malvinas and China in 1982 and today: some legal and diplomatic observations, the (in)admissibility of unlawfully obtained evidence at the International Criminal Court, and the legal consequences of Brexit from an international economic law perspective.
Em termos militares, a guerra das Malvinas (1982) representou um choque belico entre duas regioes: America do Sul e Europa.
Along with a remote-controlled submersible, the experts were being carried on the Argentine naval ship the Islas Malvinas.