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21 Chávez described his policies as anti-imperialist, being a prominent adversary of the United States's foreign policy as well as a vocal critic of U.S.-supported neoliberalism and laissez-faire capitalism.

22 The optimism of the 1990s was shattered by the 9/11 attacks of 2001 on the United States, which prompted military intervention in Afghanistan, which Canada also participated in. Canada and Mexico did not support the United States's later move to invade Iraq.

23 A significant portion of Washington apples and cherries are grown in the valley, as well as most (75%) of the United States's hops.

24 After the Cold War, the United States's foreign policy has focused on modern conflicts in the Middle East.

25 He had risen to the rank of major by the time of Japan's Attack on Pearl Harbor in December 1941 and the United States's subsequent entry into World War II. He commanded the 305th Operations Group from October 1942 until September 1943, and the 3rd Air Division in the European theatre of World War II until August 1944, when he was transferred to the China Burma India Theater.

26 Tunny and her sister boat USS Barbero were the United States's first nuclear deterrent patrol submarines.

27 This celebrated the chestnut culture that would bring whole villages out in the woods for three weeks each autumn (and keep them busy all winter), and deplored the lack of food diversity in the United States's shop shelves.

28 The mission of promoting security depends heavily upon international cooperation with the United States's principal trading partners and other countries of strategic importance, such as major transshipment hubs.

29 After the United States's entry into World War I, the film was pulled from distribution.

30 He declined to run for a fourth term (he was succeeded by Allen Boyd) and in 1997 was asked by President Bill Clinton to become the United States's first post-war ambassador to Vietnam.

31 In 1951, the United States's State Department urged Afghanistan to drop its claim against Pakistan and accept the Durrand Line.

32 In the United States, the name first appeared on the United States's SSA in 1881 for males.

33 The Strategy also identified nuclear non-proliferation and climate change as priorities, while noting that the United States's security depended on reviving its economy.

34 75% of the United States's supply and 25% of the world's supply come from the Bone Valley.

35 Until October 2019, it was the only single-screen movie theater operating daily in Champaign-Urbana, and was the United States's first co-operatively owned art movie theater.

36 Clarksville is the home of the United States's second-largest Bass Pro at the River Falls Mall.

37 The women's downhill was originally scheduled for Hafjell, but after protests it was moved to Kvitfjell, which also hosted the men's downhill and super-G. In the men's events, Germany's Markus Wasmeier won two disciplines, giant slalom and super-G, finishing ahead of the United States's Tommy Moe on the super-G. Moe won the downhill ahead of Norway's Kjetil André Aamodt, who came in third in the super-G. Austria's Thomas Stangassinger won the slalom ahead of Italy's Alberto Tomba.

38 East Liverpool once produced more than half of the United States's annual ceramics output.

39 The public Westport Marina is the largest marina on the outer coast of the United States's Pacific Northwest.

40 The Coney Island Cyclone, built in 1927, is one of the United States's oldest wooden roller coasters still in operation.