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for and non-German
It has been declared legal for police to make skin color and " non-German ethnic origin " criteria for the selection of persons who will be asked for identification in spot-checks for illegal immigrants.
Biographer Derek Watson characterizes the pieces for men's choir as being " of little concern to the non-German listener ".
On April 29, 1945, the US Army liberated the Salzwedel women's subcamp, and also a men's camp nearby for male non-German political prisoners.
Though not an explicit pan-Germanist, Lueger advocated racist policies against non-German speaking minorities in Austria-Hungary and in 1887 voted for a bill proposed by his long-time opponent Georg von Schönerer to restrict the immigration of Russian and Romanian Jews.
This would have led to the relationship between Austria and Hungary ( as a ' non-German ' area ) being reduced to a personal union under the Habsburgs, rather than a united state, an unacceptable arrangement for both the Habsburgs and Austro-German liberals in Austria.
Nonetheless, the Paulskirche Constitution was designed to allow a later accession of Austria, by referring to the territories of the German Confederation and formulating special arrangements for states with German and non-German areas.
There were also accusations that during the tender process for the system, non-German companies were not given fair consideration.
( Some non-German sources erroneously cite an early total of 749 for all foreigners killed in all POW and labor camps downriver of the Möhne dam as casualties at a supposed POW or labor camp just below the Eder Dam.
Plans were made for a non-German SS Division, and the structure was laid down for the 29. Waffen-Grenadier-Division der SS ( russische Nr. 1 ) on the base of the brigade by an order issued August 1, 1944.
They may not be printed in the German language ; c. Non-Germans are forbidden by law any financial interest in German publications, or any influence on them, and as punishment for violations the closing of such a publication as well as the immediate expulsion from the Reich of the non-German concerned.
Included were Gothic, Langobardic, Anglo-Saxon, Austrian, Dutch and Swiss German figures, as well as persons who had gained fame mainly in other countries or for non-German governments.
In addition, German wine labels can be confusing for non-German speakers, although they give much information to those who are able to read them.
It is also possible that, with an eye to export markets, the company was mindful that for non-German speakers, the name " Kässbohrer " is difficult to pronounce.
Various non-German historians in the immediate post-war era, such as A. J. P. Taylor and Sir Lewis Namier, argued that Nazism was the culmination of German history and that the vast majority of Germans were responsible for Nazi crimes.
The term was mainly used to describe non-German Europeans ( neither Reichsdeutsche or Volksdeutsche ) who volunteered to fight for the Third Reich during World War Two.
The German side pushed for a stronger central government, but the non-German side ( Czechs and Hungarians ) pushed for a division of power between the estates.
Especially in non-German speaking countries, the folk high schools may be boarding schools or may mainly offer courses for adults age 18 – 30.
Prince Frederick had been an object of lively interest among progressive Europeans, who hoped that his eventual reign would bring a broad-based parliamentary system, democratic freedoms, peace, and equal rights for non-German nationalities, including Poles, within the German Empire.
Their plates carried the NATO insignia on a blue background instead of the EU stars, the USA country code, and registration numbers starting with AD, AF or HK, while numbers starting in IF on similar plates were used for official NATO vehicles of all non-German nationalities.

for and speaking
In Persia, where practically speaking there are no museums or libraries or, for that matter, hardly any books, the twins run free.
Strictly speaking, this means that the probability for each possible outcome of the experiment can be computed by multiplying together the probabilities of the possible outcomes of the single binomial trials.
The details of the setting of `` Neutral Tones '' are not, strictly speaking, metaphorical, but they combine to create a mood which is appropriate both to a dismal winter day and to the end of love, and in this way love and weather, the emotions and the elements, symbolize each other in a way that is common to many of Hardy's best poems ( `` Weathers '', `` The Darkling Thrush '', and `` During Wind and Rain '', for example ) and to some moving passages in the novels as well ( Far From The Madding Crowd is full of scenes constructed in this way ).
Though they are often heard clairaudiently, as if a voice were speaking them, in other cases they are apprehended visually as symbols: a slope to signify the name `` Hill '', for instance.
Some opposition to the home rule movement started to be heard yesterday, with spokesmen for the town's insurgent Democratic leadership speaking out against the home rule charter in favor of the model municipal league charter.
Broadly speaking the total Catholic atmosphere is such an intangible but the larger demand is for a sense of creative participation and mature responsibility in the total work of the university.
Mantle is not normally given to public speaking -- or, for that matter, to private speaking.
One of the ironies of the present crusade for Christian unity is that there are not, relatively speaking, many real Christians to unite.
Diario De La Marina was the oldest and most influential paper in Cuba, with a reputation for speaking out against tyranny.
Loosely speaking, the existence of a periodic table creates an ordering for the elements.
The term for the mountain peaks varies by nation and language: words such as horn, kogel, gipfel, and berg are used in German speaking regions: mont and aguille in French speaking regions ; and monte or cima in Italian speaking regions.
In 2008, effective January 1, 2009, the ADAAA broadened the interpretations and added to the ADA examples of " major life activities " including, but not limited to, " caring for oneself, performing manual tasks, seeing, hearing, eating, sleeping, walking, standing, lifting, bending, speaking, breathing, learning, reading, concentrating, thinking, communicating, and working " as well as the operation of several specified " major bodily functions ".
* 1919 – Eugene V. Debs is imprisoned at the Atlanta Federal Penitentiary in Atlanta, Georgia, for speaking out against the draft during World War I.
While the precise identity of the author is debated, the consensus is that this work was composed by a ( Koine ) Greek speaking Gentile writing for an audience of Gentile Christians.
Article 25 of the Thirty-Nine Articles, speaking of the sacraments, says: " Those five commonly called Sacraments, that is to say, Confirmation, Penance, Orders, Matrimony, and extreme Unction, are not to be counted for Sacraments of the Gospel, being such as have grown partly of the corrupt following of the Apostles, partly are states of life allowed in the Scriptures ; but yet have not like nature of Sacraments with Baptism, and the Lord's Supper, for that they have not any visible sign or ceremony ordained of God.
Generally speaking, most countries that follow the principles of common law have developed procedures for judicial review that limit the reviewability of decisions made by administrative law bodies.
A 2008 Senate investigation found that Biederman also received $ 1. 6 million in speaking and consulting fees between 2000 and 2007 — some of them undisclosed to Harvard — from companies including makers of antipsychotic drugs prescribed for children with bipolar disorder.
Youths able to understand the significance of the Rite may go through the ritual speaking for themselves.
Paul Yandura, speaking for the White House gay and lesbian liaison office, said that Clinton's signing of DOMA " was a political decision that they made at the time of a re-election.
In 2005, Clinton criticized the Bush administration for its handling of emissions control, while speaking at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Montreal.
Public radio in Belgium is controlled by the VRT for the Dutch speaking region ( Flanders and Brussels ) the RTBF for the French speaking region ( Wallonia and Brussels ) and the BRF for the German community in Belgium.

for and Polish
To Serenissimus such tribes as the Cossacks of the Don or those ex-bandits the Zaporogian Cossacks ( in whose islands along the lower Dnieper the Polish novelist Sienkiewicz would one day place With Fire And Sword ) were just elements for enforced resettlement in, say, Bessarabia, where, as `` the faithful of the Black Sea borders '', he could use their presence as bargaining points in the Czarina's territorial claims against Turkey.
The moving of millions of the German master-race, from the very heart of Junkerdom, to make room for the Polish Slavs whom they had enslaved and openly planned to exterminate was a drastic operation, but there was little doubt that it was historically justified.
there had been lessons in French from a small Polish nobleman with a really profound distaste for his pupils ; ;
He was part of an aristocratic Polish family whose members had worked as mathematicians, scientists, and engineers for generations.
After some delay Sigismund assented to the offer, with the provision that Prussia should be treated as a Polish fiefdom ; and after this arrangement had been confirmed by a treaty concluded at Kraków, Albert pledged a personal oath to Sigismund I and was invested with the duchy for himself and his heirs on 10 February 1525.
Alexander's shortage of funds immediately made him subservient to the Polish Senate and nobility ( szlachta ), who deprived him of control of the mint ( then one of the most lucrative sources of revenue for the Polish kings ), curtailed his prerogatives, and generally endeavored to reduce him to a subordinate position.
* 1980 – After two weeks of nationwide strikes, the Polish government was forced to sign the Gdańsk Agreement, allowing for the creation of the trade union Solidarity.
Birkenau, the German translation of Brzezinka (= " birch forest "), referred originally to a small Polish village that was destroyed by the Germans to make way for the camp.
Modern weapons include the Russian ZSU-23-4 Shilka and Tunguska-M1, South Korean K30 Biho and K263A1 radar-guided Vulcan, Chinese Type 95 SPAAA, Swedish CV9040 AAV, Polish PZA Loara, American M6 Bradley Linebacker and M1097 Humvee Avenger, Yugoslavian BOV-3, Canadian ADATS, aging German Gepard, Japanese Type 87 SPAAG and similar versions with the British Marksman turret ( which was also adapted for a number of other users ), Italian SIDAM 25 and Otomatic, and versions of the French AMX-13.
As the great grandson of the Polish king Casimir IV Jagiellon, and as a Duke in Prussia who was fluent in Polish, Albert Frederick was seriously considered for a time as a possible candidate for the Polish throne.
In addition, the Polish American Congress gave the series an award for portraying Polish Americans in a good manner.
The Polish army stood on alert for several days, intending to prevent the Cossack wagon-fort from moving off.
SOHO's 2000th comet was discovered by Polish amateur astronomer Michał Kusiak on 26 December 2010, and the numbers are expected to continue rising steadily for the foreseeable future.
Bishop Christian asked the new Pope Honorius III for the consent to start another Crusade, however a first campaign in 1217 proved a failure and even the joint efforts by Duke Konrad with the Polish High Duke Leszek I the White and Duke Henry I the Bearded of Silesia in 122 / 23 only led to the reconquest of Chełmno Land but did not stop the Prussian invasions.
The demi-lancers and the heavily armored sword-and-pistol reiters were among the types of cavalry whose heyday was in the 16th and 17th centuries, as for the Polish winged hussars, a heavy cavalry force that achieved great success against Swedes, Russians, and Turks.
Another myth describes Polish cavalry as being armed with both sabres and lances ; lances were used for peacetime ceremonial purposes only and the primary weapon of the Polish cavalryman in 1939 was a rifle.
Cavalry or mounted gendarmerie units continue to be maintained for purely or primarily ceremonial purposes by the United States, British, French, Italian, Danish, Swedish, Dutch, Chilean, Portuguese, Moroccan, Nepalese, Nigerian, Venezuelan, Brazilian, Peruvian, Paraguayan, Polish, Argentine, Senegalese, Jordanian, Pakistani, Indian, Spanish and Bulgarian armed forces.

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