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Example sentences from the Web for export
Enforcement of U.S Code, Title VII, Chapter 25A “Export Standards for Grapes and Plums” remains fully funded, thank goodness.
Cuban cigars are world-renowned for their quality and craftsmanship, and Americans have loved this major Cuban export for decades.
Some even saw it as an American plot to export infected monkeys to Sierra Leone.In Sierra Leone, the Plague Is Closing in Around Us|Ned Eustace|October 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He singled out Iran, which he says is pursuing a “global mission” meant to export its violent revolution “to the entire world.”
Some time ago, I too left my comfortable life in Britain to export the idea of building a Khilafah [caliphate].An Ex-Radical's Open Letter to ISIS Fighters: Quit Now While You Can!|Maajid Nawaz|September 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Before the war there was an average annual export of about 2,000 animals; but there is now a better local market than formerly.Notes on Agriculture in Cyprus and Its Products|William Bevan
They made trousers for export trade; one machined, one finished, and one pressed, brave old women all!London's Underworld|Thomas Holmes
"Export value, eight and elevenpence," murmured a late arrival, one of the fifty practical men in the House.The Secret of the League|Ernest Bramah
The export to the Soviet bloc of many other items is subject to limitations as to quantities permitted to be shipped.East-West Trade Trends|Harold E. Stassen
The two principal articles of export were at that time green hides for Europe and the Paraguayan mat for Peru.The Argentine in the Twentieth Century|Albert B. Martinez
British Dictionary definitions for export
- goods (visible exports) or services (invisible exports) sold to a foreign country or countries
- (as modifier)an export licence; export finance