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(Placename) a variant of Romania
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(roʊˈmeɪ ni ə, -ˈmeɪn yə)

a republic in SE Europe, bordering on the Black Sea. 22,334,312; 91,699 sq. mi. (237,500 sq. km). Cap.: Bucharest.
Romanian, Ro•mâ•nia (rɔˈmʌ nyɑ)
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Noun1.Roumania - a republic in southeastern Europe with a short coastline on the Black SeaRoumania - a republic in southeastern Europe with a short coastline on the Black Sea
Brasov - a city in central Romania in the foothills of the Transylvanian Alps
Bucharest, Bucharesti, Bucuresti, capital of Romania - national capital and largest city of Romania in southeastern Romania
Constantina - a Romanian resort city on the Black Sea
Carpathian Mountains, Carpathians - a mountain range in central Europe that extends from Slovakia and southern Poland southeastward through western Ukraine to northeastern Romania; a popular resort area
Danau, Danube, Danube River - the 2nd longest European river (after the Volga); flows from southwestern Germany to the Black Sea; "Vienna, Budapest, and Belgrade are on the banks of the Danube"
Europe - the 2nd smallest continent (actually a vast peninsula of Eurasia); the British use `Europe' to refer to all of the continent except the British Isles
Transylvanian Alps - a range of the southern Carpathian Mountains extending across central Romania
Romanian, Rumanian - a native or inhabitant of Romania
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Firefighters were called to Roumania Close in Llandudno at around 9am yesterday after the battery of a mobile phone apparently caught fire.
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Earlier in the day, Abdulwahab along with compatriot Abdulrahman al Naggar will play the men's doubles Round of 16 match against Ovidiu Ionescu of Roumania and Alvaro Robles of Spain at 12.40pm on Table 3.
He said: "I reckon they'd been breaking into houses around here then spotted my van and saw it as an easy way to get home." The nineseater vehicle was found on fire in the Roumania Rise area of West Belfast just after 2.30am on Monday.
Lord Hardinge of Penshurst wrote: "In 1916 we had sent a special mission to Roumania under Col.
It noted: "[the] Russian advance in Roumania created [a] chaotic movement south-westwards.
(1) Charles Upson Clark, Bessarabia, Russia, and Roumania on the Black Sea (New York: Dodd, Mead, 1927), chap.
Gladstone confined his remarks on Balkan states to the cases of Roumania, Servia, Montenegro, Bulgaria, and Eastern Roumelia as their people had "been brought out of different degrees of political servitude, and have been made virtually freemen" after the Eastern crisis of 1875-1878.
"The prejudices and the hate which infest the people of Poland, of Galicia, and Roumania, are, sad to say," he explained, "implanted into them by their environments and our treaties will do no good." (59) Despite his deep suspicion of secular Zionism, Schiff began to believe by the war's end that no other option remained besides the establishment of a homeland in Palestine for the Jews.
Gillies Whittaker; Colindes, Songs of Roumania, limited edition (500 copies), ed.