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Roumania:

see RomaniaRomania
or Rumania
, republic (2015 est. pop. 19,877,000), 91,699 sq mi (237,500 sq km), SE Europe. It borders on Hungary in the northwest, on Serbia in the southwest, on Bulgaria in the south, on the Black Sea in the southeast, on Moldova in the northeast, and on
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Romania

, Rumania, Roumania
a republic in SE Europe, bordering on the Black Sea: united in 1861; became independent in 1878; Communist government set up in 1945; became a socialist republic in 1965; a more democratic regime was installed after a revolution in 1989. It consists chiefly of a great central arc of the Carpathian Mountains and Transylvanian Alps, with the plains of Walachia, Moldavia, and Dobriya on the south and east and the Pannonian Plain in the west. Official language: Romanian. Religion: Romanian Orthodox (Christian) majority. Currency: leu. Capital: Bucharest. Pop.: 22 280 000 (2004 est.). Area: 237 500 sq. km (91 699 sq. miles)
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Hitler is about to invoke the same principle in the Ukraine, by giving the signal for Ukrainian nationalistic clamor in the Ukrainian republic and the Ukrainian districts of Poland and Roumania.
56) See, eg, Hungary and Poland--Convention for the Prevention of Double Taxation in the Matter of Direct Taxes, signed 12 May 1928, 123 LNTS 47 (entered into force 21 August 1931); Roumania and Yugoslavia Convention Concerning the Abolition of Double Taxation and Regulating Administrative Assistance in the Matter of Direct Taxes, signed 30 January 1933, 146 LNTS 99 (entered into force 1 January 1934).
Fenwick, capped by England Under-21's against Norway and Roumania this season, was ommited for Saturday's 4-1 home win against Norwich.
SF - In the third of the series, the Princess of Roumania must escape from the unlawful dictator.
Rapala Eurohold, based in Budapest, is the southeast European distribution centre for Rapala's and Shimano's fishing products in Hungary, Roumania, Bulgaria, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia, Serbia, Macedonia and Albania.
The potential draw of the holy land became the unwritten coda on the Warsaw Pact, sealing the fates of even sworn Party loyalists and anti-Zionists like Rudolph Slansky in Czechoslovakia and Anna Pauker in Roumania.
Table B Naturalizations in South Shields by Place of Origin, 1879-1945* women total men (1915-1939 only) Russian 68 68 Germany 70 55 15 Netherlands 10 10 Denmark 59 57 2 Sweden 135 130 5 Norway 78 76 2 Swed & Norway 2 2 Austria 6 5 1 Portugal 1 1 Italy 6 3 3 Spain 7 7 Estonia 24 23 1 Greece 7 6 1 Brazil 1 1 United States 6 6 No nationality 10 10 France 2 2 Ottoman Empire 3 3 Latvia 20 19 1 Chile 1 1 Belgium 1 1 Uncertain 2 2 Yemen 122 122 Arabia 107 107 Roumania 2 1 1 Lithuania 1 1 * Poland 2 2 Egypt 2 1 1 * Luxemburg 1 1 Japan 1 1 Finland 8 8 Switzerland 1 1 Argentina 1 1 Indian States 1 1 Total 768 733 35 * Most women naturalized were British-born but those marked with * were not.
She, or at least her character in The Balkan Trilogy, jumped from Roumania to Greece, then to Egypt, staying just out of sight of nazis.
Immigration quotas 2000-2004 2000 2001 Albania 6 000 6 000 Morocco 3 000 1 500 Tunisia 3 000 3 000 Roumania 2 500 Somalia 500 Egypt Nigeria Moldavia Sri Lanka Bangladesh Pakistan Argentina (l) Venezuela (1) Uruguay (1) Other privileged (2) 6 000 4 000 Total for privileged countries 20 500 15 000 "Generic" quota Total inflow in Government Decree 83 000 89 400 of which seasonal 46 883 39 400 In percentage 56.
A Review of the Economic and Financial Development of Albania, Bulgaria, Greece, Roumania, and Yugoslavia since 1919, London: Oxford University Press.
One of the book's editors was a former director of the Open Society Foundation of Roumania.
These discussions after Canada has already helped Roumania with two CANDU technology reactors, and one or two others to be constructed.