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  • Blockade — For other uses, see Blockade (disambiguation). An action during the British fleet s blockade of the French port of Toulon between 1810 and 1814, depicted by Thomas Luny …   Wikipedia

  • Blockade of Africa — In 1807 Britain outlawed the slave trade, making it illegal for British ships to transport slaves. The British Navy immediately established a presence off Africa in order to enforce the ban, called the West Africa Squadron. Although the ban… …   Wikipedia

  • Blockade of Armenia — TurkeySince 1993 the Republic of Turkey has been taking War Measures against Armenia, as it is considered by the international law. By now the efforts of the Armenian government to remove the blockade from the western and eastern borders of the… …   Wikipedia

  • blockade — ▪ I. blockade block‧ade 1 [blɒˈkeɪd ǁ blɑː ] noun [countable] 1. the surrounding of a country or an area during a war in order to stop goods from entering or leaving: • On Oct. 3rd the Yugoslav navy began a blockade of seven Croatian ports. 2.… …   Financial and business terms

  • blockade — 01. The road to the forest was [blockaded] by protesters trying to stop the logging company from cutting down the centuries old trees. 02. The police had set up a [blockade] to keep demonstrators from entering the Legislative Buildings. 03.… …   Grammatical examples in English

  • Blockade of Germany — The blockade of Germany during World War I was a part of the First Battle of the Atlantic between Britain and Germany. About 750,000 German civilians died from starvation caused by the British blockade during the War. [ Die miserable Versorgung… …   Wikipedia

  • Trade — This article is about the economic mechanism. For other uses, see Trade (disambiguation). Purchase redirects here. For other uses, see Purchase (disambiguation) Trader in Germany, 16th century …   Wikipedia

  • trade — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 buying/selling of goods/services ADJECTIVE ▪ booming, brisk, burgeoning, expanding, flourishing, lively, roaring, thriving ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

  • Arab slave trade — For the relation between the Islamic religion and the institution of slavery, see Islamic views on slavery. Part of a series on Slavery …   Wikipedia

  • Union blockade — Part of the American Civil War An 1861 cartoon map of the blockade, known as Winfield Scott …   Wikipedia

  • Ottawa River timber trade — Part of a series on History of Ottawa …   Wikipedia

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