worldwide

All Adjective Noun Adverb Verb
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  • In its first twenty years alone, the book sold over a million copies worldwide.
  • They also have their own which features extra content and worldwide events.
  • As his fame grew worldwide, he became the film industry's first international star.
  • It has affected many people worldwide and continues to be a major public health problem in many countries.
  • Her works are popular worldwide, where they have been translated into a variety of languages.
  • This sport is played in over sixty countries and has a worldwide following.
  • It was the best-selling album worldwide by a solo and female artist.
  • Britain had no major allies and had a worldwide war to fight.
  • The club takes advantage of this support through its worldwide summer tours.
  • It now has a presence in many countries, and claims millions of members worldwide.
  • These aircraft make up a large percentage of the aircraft presently flying worldwide.
  • The album has since sold over four million copies worldwide.
  • Similar provisions for coverage exist in most countries worldwide through national health care programs.
  • It also recommended a limited return to flight for units worldwide using the affected models.
  • The UK Armed Forces are also using this system on operations worldwide.
  • Rome's historic contribution to language in a worldwide sense is much more extensive however.
  • Worldwide, basketball tournaments are held for boys and girls of all age levels.
  • Actions by states and non-governmental organizations form a basis of public policy worldwide.
  • It is used worldwide, but not in all countries.
  • Although a number of different broadcast television systems were in use worldwide, the same principles of operation apply.
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