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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcountrywidecoun‧try‧wide /ˈkʌntriwaɪd/ adjective  happening or existing in all parts of a country syn nationwidecountrywide adverb
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countrywideFlower vans should be mobilised countrywide and staff given the bouquets just when the queues are at their thickest.The government agency withdrew facilities for 160 centres countrywide, because the beef they handled was deemed below the required level.Historically, countrywide health improvements have begun with the public health system.The malaise had spread countrywide however.Furthermore, it made the emergence of a countrywide nationalist movement possible.By the summer of 1944, confident that his forces were strong, Giap proposed a countrywide rebellion.Corus is due to announce the outcome of a countrywide review of its business within days.Reflecting the countrywide trend, more Venetians are dying than are being born.
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