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(For Position Only) A low-resolution image used to mark the placement of the final image. During the draft stages of a publication, FPOs are often used instead of the high-resolution images, which take up a significant amount of storage. When the publication is finally printed, the FPOs are replaced with the high-res images.
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The right-wing populist Freedom Party of Austria (FPO) won 27 percent of the popular vote in the 1999 national election.
Example of this political rhetoric is the Danish People's Party, Belgium's Flemish Interest Party, National Front in France, Freedom Party of Austria and the populist parties from the Scandinavian countries that have a solid support of 11 to up to 22% of the population.
Europe will be heading along a dramatic wrong path if non-European countries are acceded into the European Union", Heinz-Christian Strache, head of the Freedom Party of Austria (FPO), told journalists in Vienna after talks with colleague in Belgium, Slovakia, Italy, Denmark, and Sweden.
ADPnews) - Sep 17, 2009 - A commission of Vienna's municipal council will investigate the controversial Skylink terminal expansion project at Vienna Airport (WBAG:FLU), the Freedom Party of Austria (FPOe), the People's Party (OeVP) and the Greens announced on Thursday.
The governing coalition between the Austrian Peoples Party and the Freedom Party of Austria has led to an international storm of anger, which is very harmful to Austria's reputation.
A complete collapse of confidence in the existing two-party system in Austria allowed for a flabbergasting result in the first round of the country's presidential election on Sunday, as Norbert Hofer, the candidate for the far-right Freedom Party of Austria (FPO), won 35.
The right-wing populist Freedom Party of Austria (FPO), for instance, won 27 percent of the popular vote in the 1999 national elections.
Heinz-Christian Strache, for example, leads the Freedom Party of Austria, which began, under its late founder and leader, Jorg Haider, by actively courting former Nazis.