Andean Common Market (ANCOM Or Andean Group)

Business / Agriculture / Andean Common Market (ANCOM Or Andean Group): Formed in May 1969 by Chile, Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia under the Cartegena Agreement, which called for eliminating all barriers to trade by the end of 1980 and the establishment of a common external tariff. Venezuela joined in 1973. Chile withdrew in 1976.

Other Words for Common

Common Adjective Synonyms: mutual, reciprocal, joint, shared
Common Noun Synonyms: ordinary, everyday, commonplace, prosaic,ual, familiar, customary, prevalent, frequent, run-of-the-mill, general, normal, standard, conventional, regular, routine, stock, average, proverbial, plain, simple, garden-variety, common or garden
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Other Words for Market

Market Verb Synonyms: market-place, exchange, Stock Exchange
Market Adjective Synonyms: shop, store, bazaar, supermarket, superstore
Market Noun Synonyms: demand, customer base, call
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Orogenic Belt

Science / Geology / Orogenic Belt: A linear region, often a former geo-syncline, that has been subjected to folding, and other deformation in a mountain-building episode. MORE

Oro Azul

Entertainment / Liquor / Oro Azul: Blanco is 100% blue agave taken from the heart (pina) of the finest agave plants. MORE

Ornaments

Entertainment / Music / Ornaments: Tones used to embellish the principal melodic tone. MORE

Orogeny

Science / Geology / Orogeny: The tectonic process in which large areas are folded, thrust-faulted, metamorphosed, and subjected to plutonism. The cycle ends with uplift and the formation of mountains. MORE

Orographic Lifting

Science / Weather / Orographic Lifting: Where the flow of air is forced up and over barriers such as highlands or mountains. Moist air being forced aloft begins to cool, consequently condensation forms, and rain or snow begins to fall. By t MORE

Orphan

Entertainment / Literature / Orphan: In printing, an orphan is a single short line beginning a paragraph but separated from all the other lines in that paragraph by a page break, thus appearing by itself at the bottom of the previous pag MORE

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