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  • 1Great Power — Great Power, great power, adj. a nation that has exceptional military and economic strength, and consequently plays a major, often decisive, role in international affairs. [1725 35] * * * …

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  • 2great power — n. [sometimes G P ] SUPERPOWER (sense 2) …

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  • 3Great power — This article is about great powers in the modern (post 1815) world. For nation states wielding similar power before 1815, see Historical powers. Great powers are recognized in an international structure such as the United Nations Security Council …

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  • 4great power — noun a state powerful enough to influence events throughout the world (Freq. 2) • Syn: ↑world power, ↑major power, ↑power, ↑superpower • Hypernyms: ↑state, ↑nation, ↑ …

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  • 5Great Power —    A country which ranks amongst the most powerful in the world hierarchy, having the capacity to exert significant economic, political and social influence in international affairs. As such, Great Powers are the arbiters of world diplomacy whose …

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  • 6great-power — ˈ ̷ ̷| ̷ ̷ adjective Etymology: Great Power : of or relating to the Great Powers the diplomatic test of a new great power conference W.H.Chamberlin …

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  • 7Great Power —    States whose economic resources, military power, and diplomatic prestige make their policies and actions an inescapable concern of all states in an international system. The term was first adopted as an orthodox diplomatic concept in 1817,… …

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  • 8Great Power — Great′ Pow′er n. gov +mil (sometimes l.c.) a nation that has exceptional military and economic strength, and consequently plays a major, often decisive, role in international affairs …

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  • 9Great power — Für die Kennzeichnung der außergewöhnlichen geopolitischen Rolle eines Staates wurden und werden verschiedene Begriffe – Großmacht, Hegemonialmacht, Weltmacht oder Supermacht – verwendet, die unscharf gegeneinander abgegrenzt sind und deren… …

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  • 10great power — large force, huge power …

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  • 11great power — noun Usage: often capitalized G&P Date: 1887 one of the nations that figure most decisively in international affairs ; superpower …

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  • 12great power — noun A state that has the ability to exert its influence on a global scale …

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  • 13With Great Power... — Infobox RPG title= With Great Power... caption= designer= Michael S. Miller publisher= Incarnadine Press date= genre= Superhero fiction system= footnotes= With Great Power... is a Silver Age superhero role playing game by Michael S. Miller,… …

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  • 14The Great Power — didžioji valstybė statusas T sritis Politika apibrėžtis Valstybė, iš kitų išsiskirianti galia ir svarba tarptautinei politikai.Valstybės galia gali reikštis įvairiais parametrais – dideliu gyventojų skaičiumi, didele ir turtinga mineralinių… …

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  • 15Concept of Our Great Power — “ He who would know our great Power will become invisible And fire will not be able to consume him ” Translated by F. Wisse, in writing 28 of codex VI of the Nag Hammadi library …

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  • 16Stockholm during the Great Power Era — Stockholm during the Swedish Era of Great Power (1611 1718) is the period in the history of Stockholm when the city grew sixfold, many of its present streets were created, and its economy boomed. Birth of a capital In Swedish history, the first… …

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  • 17Power Rangers Mystic Force — Format Action/Adventure Fantasy Starring Firass Dirani …

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  • 18Power — Pow er, n. [OE. pouer, poer, OF. poeir, pooir, F. pouvoir, n. & v., fr. LL. potere, for L. posse, potesse, to be able, to have power. See {Possible}, {Potent}, and cf. {Posse comitatus}.] 1. Ability to act, regarded as latent or inherent; the… …

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  • 19Power loom — Power Pow er, n. [OE. pouer, poer, OF. poeir, pooir, F. pouvoir, n. & v., fr. LL. potere, for L. posse, potesse, to be able, to have power. See {Possible}, {Potent}, and cf. {Posse comitatus}.] 1. Ability to act, regarded as latent or inherent;… …

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  • 20Power of a point — Power Pow er, n. [OE. pouer, poer, OF. poeir, pooir, F. pouvoir, n. & v., fr. LL. potere, for L. posse, potesse, to be able, to have power. See {Possible}, {Potent}, and cf. {Posse comitatus}.] 1. Ability to act, regarded as latent or inherent;… …

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