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Synonyms for Austria

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Ask my lord cardinal," replied he, in a tone which made Mazarin, Anne of Austria, and everybody else open their eyes.
That means, my son," said Anne of Austria, laughing, "that the king does not like affairs of state to be talked of out of the council.
He was beginning, then, to dart at them glances full of mistrust and uneasiness, inviting Anne of Austria to throw perturbation in the midst of the unlawful assembly, when, suddenly, Bernouin, entering from behind the tapestry of the bedroom, whispered in the ear of Mazarin, "Monseigneur, an envoy from his majesty, the king of England.
Austria is a free and stable democracy with a social market economy.
In Austria, the reach of RiC, with carriage by A1 TV, will increase by nearly 200,000 households in Austria.
These unique market splits are based in part on a survey of leading brokers of trade credit insurance in Austria.
Ewald Nowotony, head of the central bank of Austria, said, 'Austria is certainly not a tax haven.
Rewe Austria Touristik, with its ITS Billa Reisen and Jahn Reisen tour operators, announced today a cut in the prices of average 5%.
It is sad to see, although everyone in Austria is willing the team to do well because they are hosts with Switzerland.
Gruner Veltliner tends to center in Niederosterreich, or lower Austria, within which are three important districts: the Wachau (pronounced VOK-ow), the Kremstal and the Kamptal.
This case of rabies is the first to be diagnosed and treated in Austria since 1979.
The call option gives Telekom Austria Group the unilateral and irrevocable right to purchase 100% of the share capital of MobilTel AD for a total enterprise value of around EUR 1,600 million in 2005.
Muller-Guttenbrunn is the largest metal recycling company in Austria.
Fixtures: Sep 4 N Ireland v Poland, Austria v England, Azerbaijan v Wales.