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Baltic

1. a branch of the Indo-European family of languages consisting of Lithuanian, Latvian, and Old Prussian
2. a freight-chartering market in the City of London, which formerly also dealt in some commodities
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Assist the Baltic republics in establishing closer ties with Western Europe.
Though both groups exhibited identical baseline values for the different factors, those fed Baltic herring quickly distinguished themselves once the study began.
com/reports/c85976) has announced the addition of "Banking Market in the Baltics 2008 - CEE Banking brief" to their offering.
The unique data gathered by Nord Stream covers the entire range of HELCOM's Baltic Sea Action Plan priorities, including eutrophication, hazardous substances, environmentally-friendly maritime activities and biodiversity.
TALLINN - At the conference on the Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region that took place at Tallinn University last week, Estonian Foreign Minister Urmas Paet noted that the countries must achieve growth in the visibility and competitiveness of the Baltic Sea region so that people, goods, services, capital, and knowledge could move about the Baltic Sea region without any obstacles, reports LETA.
The early Russians who settled after the Second World War regarded the Baltic enclave as the new frontier -- 'modern', where city planning and architecture could start from scratch.
The plinth near the Baltic Creative campus was curated by Castle Fine Arts Foundry, also based in the Baltic Triangle.
6 million for the Baltic Mantis, the Company used available cash as well as $16.
Over the next few months, Bolton will be responsible for drafting a strategic plan and messaging framework for the Baltic Islands Society.
If the Sage, opened in 2004, is a new addition to the layout of the Quayside, the Baltic has been part of the scenery for much longer.
The board of trustees has been hugely supportive and the stakeholders, both Arts Council England and Gateshead Council, have put faith in our ambitions and enabled Baltic to work with some of the world's greatest artists whilst welcoming millions of visitors through the doors.
The winner was chosen by Baltic director Godfrey Worsdale - the founder of Middlesbrough's mima gallery.

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