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(Placename) the Romanian name for the Danube


(ˈdæn yub)

a river in central and SE Europe, flowing E from S Germany to the Black Sea. 1725 mi. (2775 km) long. German, Donau. Hungarian, Duna. Czech and Slovak, Dunaj. Romanian, Dunărea.
Dan•u′bi•an, adj.
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Author's profile: Nicoleta Ifrim teaches Romanian literature at Dunarea de Jos University of Galati.
Vasile Voiculescu prefers the violent hypostasis of the Danube: "Nu se tine minte de cand Dunarea, umflata de ploi si zapoare, nu se mai varsase atat de naprasnic ca in primavara aceea".
Campia Romana, Dunarea, Podisul Dobrogei, Litoralul romanesv al Marii Negre si Platforma Continentala, Bucharest.
Tudor Lucian Miron, Faculty of Food Science and Engineering, Dunarea de Jos University, 111 Domneasca Street, 800201 Galati, Romania; phone: 336 13 01 77; fax: 336 13 02 81; email: tmiron@ugal.
An example of cartographic narration is the description of the Danube, beginning with evoking its subsequent names: Donau, Dunaj, Duna, Dunav, Dunarea, with which it is called from the source to the mouth, often changing, as Stasiuk writes, its nationality.
6/ 2008, <<Reprezentari stereotipe ale femeii politice in presa scrisa>> Limbaje si Comunicare, Iasi 2009, << Langage des femmes en politique: Ethos et argumentation dans le discours politique feminin >>, Communication and Argumentation in the Public Sphere, 8/2009, << Insecuritatea lingvistica a femeilor in spatiul public>>, revue CAPS, Universite Dunarea de Jos, Galati, << La construction de l'ethos dans le discours politique: Analyse du discours identitaire quebecois>>, ENSEIGNER.
Trends in Minimal Ingredients, Probiotics & Natural Preservatives Top 10 Trends 2014 Lu Ann Williams Innova Market Insights; University Dunarea de Jos of Galati, Romenia, Romania 13:30-15:00 Concurrent Session 2.
In this respect, partnerships between research institutions and industrial entities are worth mentioning (INCAS Bucharest, Politehnica University of Bucharest, Dunarea de Jos University of Galati, Transilvania University of Brasov, Military Technical Academy Bucharest, ACTTM Bucharest, INAV Bucharest).
The Annals of the University Dunarea de Jos of Galati.
As the population of the town trebled in a lapse of only 30 years, its built-up perimeter suffered major disturbances especially the Western half of the town (Mazepa, Tiglina, Aeroport, Dunarea, Siderurgistilor, Micro 17, Aurel Vlaicu, etc.
EMI European Media Investment, part of German marketing and advertising company ARBOmedia (ETR:RBX), has sold its majority stake in Romanian publishing house Trustul de Presa Dunarea de Jos.
Geography and mood fuse into a stately, slow-moving but I impressive whole in "Donau, Duna, Dunaj, Dunav, Dunarea," almost entirely set on an aging ship sailing the multi-monikered Danube from Vienna to the Black Sea.