South Yemen

South Yemen
Yemen (def. 3).

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  • South Yemen — People s Democratic Republic of Yemen جمهورية اليَمَنْ الديمُقراطية الشَعْبِيّة Jumhūrīyat al Yaman ad Dīmuqrāṭīyah ash Sha bīyah ← …   Wikipedia

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  • South Yemen — South′ Yem′en n. geg People s Democratic Republic of Yemen …   From formal English to slang

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  • South Yemen at the 1988 Summer Olympics — Infobox Country Olympics NOC=YMD flagcaption=Flag of South Yemen games=1988 Summer competitors= sports= flagbearer= summerappearances=1988 seealso=flagIOC|YEM (1992–)South Yemen competed as the Yemen Democratic Republic at the 1988 Summer… …   Wikipedia

  • South Yemen — /saʊθ ˈjɛmən/ (say sowth yemuhn) noun (formerly) a republic on the southern coast of the Arabian peninsula; formed in 1967 from the British colony of Aden and Protectorate of South Arabia; in 1990 united with North Yemen. Official name, People s… …  

  • South Yemen — geographical name see Yemen • South Yemeni adjective …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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