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Synonyms for Berlin

capital of Germany located in eastern Germany

United States songwriter (born in Russia) who wrote more than 1500 songs and several musical comedies (1888-1989)

a limousine with a glass partition between the front and back seats

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The goal is to position Berlin as a special place to live and work.
MOSES REED TYLER SCHOLARSHIP: is available to residents of Berlin, or those who were educated in the Berlin schools.
VAR Berlin wall and soldiers in front of the Branderburger Gate (EBS, Berlin, no date) EDITORIAL USE ONLY
Various studies have confirmed Berlin is the German capital for sport.
Although Berlin is often seen as a straightforward defender of negative liberty--liberty to do what one wants to do without being interfered with by others, Cherniss argues that the basic concept of liberty for Berlin was a combination of both the negative and the positive conceptions of liberty: liberty as the absence of interference and liberty as autonomy.
Carolyn Berlin has a war chest of $21,776, including $15,526 in a personal loan.
The broadcast companies, which had planned to invest in Berlin in two waves, never sent the second influx of jobs and are scaling back the work force they did send.
However, despite the 'Berlin debate', Kleihues actively encouraged many international architects, who did not necessarily agree with his theories, to build in Berlin.
WRITING EXERCISE: Refer again to Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev's defense of the decision to build the Berlin Wall.
As a first step toward cutting costs (by 2009, the Berlin opera budget must be reduced from 113.
were not only confirmed in Berlin but also writ so large that the artworks in the show ended up creating a monument to this curatorial model while simultaneously announcing its obsolescence.
After two weeks of relentless criticism and escalating pressures from the Berlin government, a second blow forced Welteke to resign on April 16.
1948: The Berlin Airlift began: After theSecond World War the defeated Germany was divided into four zones, the American, the British, the French and the Soviet.
If you believe in the pathetic fallacy, the frigid temperatures during the 53rd Berlin International Film Festival had much to say about what was happening outside the cinemas.