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adjective as in shipped

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This same ideology was exported out of Saudi Arabia by the power of the petrodollar.

MacCombie projects that over a million pounds of leaves will be exported this calendar year.

Can it be exported to Excel, or a comma-separated file, for instance?

By some estimates, the country exported nearly $50 billion in goods to Russia in 2013.

To help fans grieving One Life To Live in particular, ABC has thoughtfully exported many of the core cast to General Hospital.

At the same time no gold is paid out in redemption of notes, nor is it allowed to be exported.

Most of them are exported to Europe, very few of them finding their way to this country.

The kind at sixty dollars does not find a very ready market; the greater part of it is exported to England.

In 1753 100 hogsheads were exported, the number constantly increasing until the present.

The tobacco of South America is exported almost entirely to Europe.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to exported, such as: carried, delivered, expressed, sent, transported, and trucked.

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