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FRG

abbr.
Federal Republic of Germany

FRG

abbreviation for
(Placename) Federal Republic of Germany

F.R.G.

Federal Republic of Germany.
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Noun1.FRG - a republic in central EuropeFRG - a republic in central Europe; split into East Germany and West Germany after World War II and reunited in 1990
Oktoberfest - an autumn festival that involves merrymaking and drinking beer
Blenheim - the First Duke of Marlborough and Prince Eugene of Savoy defeated the French in 1704 during the War of the Spanish Succession
Battle of Jena, Jena - the battle in 1806 in which Napoleon decisively defeated the Prussians
battle of Lutzen, Lutzen - a battle in the Thirty Years' War (1632); Swedes under Gustavus Adolphus defeated the Holy Roman Empire under Wallenstein; Gustavus Adolphus was killed
battle of Minden, Minden - a battle in the Seven Years' War (1759) in which the English forces and their allies defeated the French
battle of Rossbach, Rossbach - a battle in the Seven Years' War (1757); Prussian forces under Frederick the Great defeated the armies of France and Austria
battle of Teutoburger Wald, Teutoburger Wald - a battle in 9 AD in which the Germans under Arminius annihilated three Roman Legions
Buchenwald - a Nazi concentration camp for Jews in World War II that was located in central Germany
Dachau - a concentration camp for Jews created by the Nazis near Munich in southern Germany
panzer - an armored vehicle or tank
Siegfried line - German fortifications facing the Maginot Line
Hakenkreuz, swastika - the official emblem of the Nazi Party and the Third Reich; a cross with the arms bent at right angles in a clockwise direction
German language, High German, German - the standard German language; developed historically from West Germanic
Schadenfreude - delight in another person's misfortune
Weissbier, wheat beer, white beer - a general name for beers made from wheat by top fermentation; usually very pale and cloudy and effervescent
liebfraumilch - a sweetened Rhenish wine (especially one from Hesse in western Germany)
Norse mythology - the mythology of Scandinavia (shared in part by Britain and Germany) until the establishment of Christianity
Al Tawhid, al-Tawhid, Divine Unity - an Islamic terrorist cell that originated in Jordan but operates in Germany; goal is to attack Europe and Russia with chemical weapons
Baader Meinhof Gang, Baader-Meinhof Gang - a radical left-wing revolutionary terrorist group active in Germany from 1968 until 1977
Association of Islamic Groups and Communities, Caliphate State, Kaplan Group - a Turkish terrorist group of fundamentalist Muslims with ties to al-Qaeda that operates in Germany; seeks the violent overthrow of the Turkish government and the establishment of an Islamic nation modeled on Iran
Red Army Faction, RAF - a Marxist and Maoist terrorist organization in Germany; a network of underground guerillas who committed acts of violence in the service of the class struggle; a successor to the Baader-Meinhof Gang; became one of Europe's most feared terrorist groups; disbanded in 1998
Common Market, EC, EEC, European Community, European Economic Community, European Union, EU, Europe - an international organization of European countries formed after World War II to reduce trade barriers and increase cooperation among its members; "he tried to take Britain into the Europen Union"
NATO, North Atlantic Treaty Organization - an international organization created in 1949 by the North Atlantic Treaty for purposes of collective security
Pietism - 17th and 18th-century German movement in the Lutheran Church stressing personal piety and devotion
Lower Saxony - a state in northwestern Germany
Aachen, Aix-la-Chapelle, Aken - a city in western Germany near the Dutch and Belgian borders; formerly it was Charlemagne's northern capital
Berlin, German capital - capital of Germany located in eastern Germany
Bremen - a city of northwestern Germany linked by the Weser River to the port of Bremerhaven and the North Sea; in the Middle Ages it was a leading member of the Hanseatic League
Bremerhaven - a port city in northwestern Germany at the mouth of the Weser River on the North Sea; has a deep natural harbor and is an important shipping center
Chemnitz, Karl-Marx-Stadt - a city in east central Germany; formerly called Karl-Marx-Stadt until 1990; noted for textile manufacturing
Dortmund - an industrial city in northwestern Germany; flourished from the 13th to 17th century as a member of the Hanseatic League
Dresden - a city in southeastern Germany on the Elbe River; it was almost totally destroyed by British air raids in 1945
Leipzig - a city in southeastern Germany famous for fairs; formerly a music and publishing center
Solingen - a city in west central Germany noted for cutlery
Weimar - a German city near Leipzig; scene of the adoption in 1919 of the constitution of the Weimar Republic that lasted until 1933
Bavaria - a state in southern Germany famous for its beer; site of an automobile factory
Translations

FRG

N ABBR (Hist) =Federal Republic of GermanyRFA f

FRG

[ˌɛfɑːrˈdʒiː] n abbr (=Federal Republic of Germany) → RFA f

FRG

[ˌɛfɑːˈdʒiː] n abbr =Federal Republic of GermanyRFT f =Repubblica Federale Tedesca
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Newcastle-headquartered FRG, which was established in 2007 with the launch of the original Nigel Frank brand, specialises in the enterprise software market, and employs more than 700 people across sites on Tyneside and in London, Melbourne, New York, San Francisco and Singapore.
CEO James Lloyd Townshend said: "Entering a new market and building a team is exciting for us, as at our core, FRG is a people-centric business.
FRG is a leading niche recruitment firm for IT professionals who specialize in enterprise software.
According to the FRG leader, FRG events build resiliency by offering spouses a personalized path to assistance.
Judge advocates (JAs) often cringe the minute they hear the words, "The FRG wants to [insert good idea here].
2009) reported that RG and FRG had a much greater effect in suppressing allergic inflammation that did white ginseng.
The FRG is capable of adapting to extensively damaged flange sealing surfaces while allowing full closure of the corroded area to prevent further damage.
The role of the FRG is to help plan, coordinate, and conduct informational, care-taking, morale-building activities to enhance preparedness, command mission readiness, and increase the resiliency and well-being of all Sailors and their families.
Becky Kilsby, FRG leader, put forward questions that had been raised by the group during its meetings.
Before the district court, in its motions, FRG did not contest its liability for properly validated West German bonds.
Another key component of the reset phase is the creation or continuation of a battalion-level FRG steering committee.
This chapter shows the parallel development of alienation; in the West, writers praised the democratic values of the FRG while criticizing its policies, and in the East writers increasingly withdrew into the private sphere or left the GDR as Honecker's "no taboos" promise to writers and intellectuals was not upheld (108).