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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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Reagan was speaking to the crowd gathered, to listeners in Western Europe and North America, and to listeners in East Berlin and Eastern Europe.
POIGNANT: Memorials to unsuccessful escapees from East Berlin
Their 100 battle tanks and 120 armoured personnel carriers would take up position in the leanstock yards at Friedrichsfelde, just outside the centre of East Berlin.
He also considered buying in Prenzlauer Berg, a greatly hyped and quickly appreciating neighborhood in East Berlin.
CONTROVERSIALLY beating Pan's Labyrinth to take the Best Foreign Language Oscar, this film is set in East Berlin in 1984.
The film conveys the paranoia of East Berlin in the mid-to-late 1980s, when people were forced to inform on family and friends.
In 1980s East Berlin, a playwright (Sebastian Koch) and his actress girlfriend (Martina Gedeck) are spied on by Communist party informers in "The Lives of Others.
5bn project to develop the former East Berlin airport should not proceed, it placed restrictions on night flights, including prohibiting landings after 2200 hours, and noise pollution.
After the war, in 1947, he founded the Komische Oper in East Berlin in order to provide superbly acted performances sung in the vernacular by a committed ensemble of young singing actors.
Schoenefeld airport, which used to serve East Berlin, is to be expanded into the new Berlin-Brandenburg International due to open in 2011.
This street was once a dilapidated part of East Berlin, inhabited by long-term residents who have since disappeared and whose existences have become as fictional as Dr.
In crumbling East Berlin, she then finds her calling: salvaging turn-of-the-century (Grunderzeit) artifacts and becoming her own woman (an 1880s-style housewife) as well as a transgender hero.
He claims that the Government in East Berlin wanted to use this narrative as propaganda against the Federal Republic of Germany, which it considered to be a continuation of the National Socialist regime.
The airlessness of this horrifying arrangement is made almost complete by the addition to all their lives of Christof Haussman (played with a spellbinding and reptilian vulnerability by Peter [Fargo] Stormare), a brilliant forensic scientist, now working with the Montreal police, who has recently walked out of East Berlin and into the heart of Lucie.
The Komische Oper (Comic Opera), founded in 1947 in East Berlin, provided a more populist repertory and contemporary, ballet programs on its intimate Italian-style raked stage.
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