Bryan-Chamorro Treaty

Bryan-Chamorro Treaty

[brahy-uhn chah-mawr-oh]
noun
a treaty (1914) between the U.S. and Nicaragua by which the U.S. secured exclusive rights to build a canal across Nicaragua, to connect the Atlantic and Pacific.
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