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Synonyms for Estonian

the official language of Estonia

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Al-Qubaisi welcomed the Estonian Ambassador to the UAE, showcasing the services and facilities the Chamber provides for foreign companies desirous of working and investing in Abu Dhabi.
The police has not previously permitted any foreign partner to hand out Estonian identity documents.
GOAT in Persian = BOZ GOAT in Swedish = GET GOAT in Estonian = KITS
The event is organized by The Foundation for Estonian Art and Letters and put together by two artists Jaanika Peerna and Valev Laube.
Estonian ambassador to Egypt Sandre Soone explains the reduction in numbers of Estonian tourists quite simply: "There used to be two destinations, Hurghada and Sharm El-Sheikh, but currently there is only one".
EMLA as institution is the member of Estonian Music Council and Estonian Music Information Centre.
Because the Estonian SSR was part of the Soviet Union, nobody considered themselves as immigrants, nor Estonia as a separate country--everyone was considered as the citizens of the Soviet Union (Hallik et al.
In Kersti Luhaaar Linask's 1978 research about Estonian supplemental schools, she estimates that during the academic year 1950/51 there had been 112 pupils attending the select supplemental schools in the US that she studied.
The Estonian Internal Security Service said the officer was investigating cross-border crime when he was abducted at gunpoint on Estonian territory near the Luhamaa border checkpoint.
Ali bin Mas'oud al-Sunaidi, Minister of Commerce and Industry met in Estonia with the Estonian Prime Minister Tvi Roivas and discussed aspects of increasing economic cooperation between the two countries.
New York (AirGuideBusiness - Business & Industry News) Thu, Mar 6, 2014 - In February this year Estonian Air carried 32 152 passengers.
This trend has also influenced the Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences, where the peer-reviewed articles from mathematics and physics up to life sciences and social sciences are published in multidisciplinary volumes.
German literature has had a special role in Estonian literary history--for centuries, the German language was the language of power, education and culture as well as of communication in Estonia.
An Estonian international footballer has been suspended by his club side amid allegations he was involved in drug trafficking.
Striking Estonian doctors on Monday extended their week-long labour action to major hospitals in the Baltic state s capital and second city Tartu and curbed inpatient care in some other regions.