Antonescu


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Antonescu

(ˌæntɒˈnɛskjuː)
n
(Biography) Ion. 1882–1946, Romanian general and statesman; appointed prime minister (1940) by King Carol II. He was executed for war crimes
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Demetri GD, von Mehren M, Antonescu CR, DeMatteo RP, Ganjoo KN, Maki RG, et al.
The king, while only in his early 20s, played a major part in switching Romania away from a wartime alliance with the Nazis, participating in a 1944 coup that overthrew the fascist leader Marshal Ion Antonescu.
Antonescu et al, (14) studying 7 MIFSs, 14 HFTLs, and 3 hybrid tumors, found rearrangements of TGFBR3 and MGEA5 in 83% of cases, including all 3 hybrid tumors.
Fury MG, Antonescu CR, Van Zee KJ, Brennan MF, Maki RG.
Dr Bogdan Antonescu, from the Centre for Atmospheric Science at the University of Manchester, recently led a study into the low awareness of tornadoes in Europe, and observes that the majority of Europe's recent reports follow the chain of urbanisation that stretches from Manchester to Milan via London
After a new redefinition, the Resistance Committee of the Romanian exiled from Italy, new personalities adhere, such as Lucia Trancu-Iasi, Aloisie Tautu, the leader of the Greek-Catholic Church in Rome, Teodor Solacolu, doctor in medicine and natural sciences in Paris (15) and ex minister to the Vatican, replaced in 1948 as a consequence of the "cleaning" process of the central and external apparatus of the MAE (Ministry of External Affairs) and Vadimir Ionescu, a quite controversial character, ex press Consultant under the Antonescu regime, reason for which the Securitate used to tag him a "legionary", respectively general consul and custodian of the ex royal house from Venice.
4) The latter had often meant the nearly explicit rehabilitation of prominent anti-communist figures, such as Marshal Ion Antonescu in Romania's case, or (less obvious) Roman Dmowski in Poland's case.
The paper "Decentralisation and regional disparities in the context of the new Cohesion Policy" by Antonescu & Popa (2014) (6) shows that the national specifics of regional development in Romania are: the diversity of natural framework, concentrically distributed; the demographic dimension of the country, the administrative-territorial organisation of Romania; the size and nature of discrepancies between various areas.
Alexandru Antonescu, 34, of no fixed address, admitted stealing various plumbing items worth PS108.
Such initiatives are positive developments, but they are not enough, said Crin Antonescu, president of the Romanian Senate and leader of the Romanian National Liberal Party, who also spoke at the TTIP conference.
Ponta's message came hours after Crin Antonescu - president of the National Liberal Party his partner in the center-left ruling coalition USL - said the bill has to be rejected.