Origin of hemispheric
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After all, what was achieved by excluding Cuba from the meeting of hemispheric leaders?Obama's Frenemies
April 21, 2009
But my national—not to say my hemispheric—pride suffered a terrible blow as the season advanced.A Little Swiss Sojourn
W. D. Howells
And it is the uniting of the two hemispheric seas that so irresistibly suggests the essential union of the nations.The United Seas
Robert W. Rogers
Columella white, hemispheric or depressed and irregular, the surface granulose.The Myxomycetes of the Miami Valley, Ohio
A. P. Morgan
In Latin America, the American chiefs of state will be meeting very shortly to give our hemispheric policies new direction.
Fertile receptacle hemispheric, 1–4-lobed, with as many alternating shorter rib-like rays.
Word Origin and History for hemispheric
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