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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnationwidena‧tion‧wide /ˌneɪʃənˈwaɪd◂, ˈneɪʃənwaɪd/ ●●○ adjective [usually before noun]  EVERYWHEREhappening or existing in every part of the country syn countrywide a nationwide search for a missing British tourist nationwide televisionnationwide adverb We have 350 sales outlets nationwide.
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nationwideWe have 350 sales outlets nationwide.The case got nationwide attention.A nationwide hunt was launched yesterday for the killer of 13-year-old Nicola Jones.The nationwide initiative in evangelism, another of his personally inspired outreach projects, showed similar faults.A period of nationwide mourning was declared for Jan. 23-28.Workers held nationwide strikes and demonstrations all over Spain.May 24 saw further nationwide strikes and demonstrations in 12 cities.
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