[ in-ter-nash-uh-nl ]SEE DEFINITION OF internationally
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But he was known throughout the boundaries of the State, if not internationally.

You have signed and ratified a treaty; you are internationally bound by that treaty.

In the leading cities of these countries he made addresses that were statesmanlike and internationally tactful.

An international and internationally administered code for the whole of Labour Protection is strictly to be avoided.

Meanwhile, the Empire was still the internationally recognized government of China and continued to function in Peking.

Before the War, the line of advance, internationally, was not by elaborate regulation.

Let each ethnic group live within safe and internationally guaranteed borders.

In 1906 he was made editor of that internationally famous weekly, remaining in that capacity ever since.

"What in the Goddam hell—" He leaped for Sextus with his internationally famous shoulders knotted into bunches of muscular menace.

The new gospel of equality of sacrifice, internationally interpreted, means the equality of weakness.