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GDR

abbr.
German Democratic Republic

GDR

abbreviation for
(Placename) German Democratic Republic (East Germany; DDR)

GDR

or G.D.R.,

German Democratic Republic.
Translations
NDR
NDK

GDR

N ABBR (Hist) =German Democratic RepublicRDA f

GDR

[ˌdʒiːdiːˈɑːr] n abbr (old-fashioned) (=German Democratic Republic) → RDA f

GDR

(Hist) abbr of German Democratic RepublicDDR f
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GDR is a Private Equity backed FinTech company that provides asset certainty solutions for institutional investors and warehouse lenders in the credit markets.
The book is subtitled "The Literature and Film of the GDR," but only one chapter, by Sean Allan, is devoted to film; seven out of twelve are on literature, and four others to larger questions of culture.
The free-floating share of the Commercial International Bank (CIB) does not exceed the maximum GDR ratio.
The GDR government realized that working women were facing the double burden of job and family and as a result were delaying or were reluctant to have children.
After careful deliberations and given that there has been virtually no activity in the Bank's GDR on LSE, GFH's Board of Directors has decided that terminating the programme is in the best interests of the Bank.
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This restriction inhibits GDR holders from engaging with the management of their company and from raising concerns to the Board by the usual means for a London Stock Exchange listed company.
One of them portrays Cuba as an idealized view of what a still-socialist GDR might have been today; the other narrates the romance between a German man and a Cuban woman as a metaphor for a German reunification that disempowers a feminized GDR.
Among his topics are the history and fundamental aspects of GDR development policy, contract employees as part of the GDR's development cooperation, the ideological foundations, solidarity with the liberation movements in southern Africa, and what happened to the projects in Africa.
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This enabled anti-Semitism to continue in the GDR (because all the fascists were of course in the Federal Republic), and the participation of former Nazis in the West German government led to the occasional scandal, the notorious trials of the mid-1960s, and eventually the upheavals of 1968.
This book investigates a wide range of issues pertaining to sex and love in the GDR between 1949 and 1989, including nudism, pornography, pre-marital sex, prostitution, divorce, homosexuality, monogamy, infidelity and divorce.