German language

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Noun1.German language - the standard German languageGerman language - the standard German language; developed historically from West Germanic
Frau - a German courtesy title or form of address for an adult woman
Fraulein - a German courtesy title or form of address for an unmarried woman
Herr - a German courtesy title or form of address for a man
West Germanic, West Germanic language - a branch of the Germanic languages
Old High German - High German prior to 1200
Middle High German - High German from 1100 to 1500
Yiddish - a dialect of High German including some Hebrew and other words; spoken in Europe as a vernacular by many Jews; written in the Hebrew script
Pennsylvania Dutch - a dialect of High German spoken in parts of Pennsylvania and Maryland
Deutschland, FRG, Germany, Federal Republic of Germany - a republic in central Europe; split into East Germany and West Germany after World War II and reunited in 1990
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A government proposal to hike the minimum wage by 30 percent was also mentioned at the conference when Today's Zaman asked TySK representative Metin Demir how the trend of illegally employing Syrians would be affected when the increase puts an additional burden on employers.
Not only did Tysk ignore document-retention policies by altering his notes, he hid the alterations instead of notifying the firm when he provided a copy of the notes to be produced in discovery during an arbitration proceeding.
Nils Nyhlin, Anna Wickbom, Johan Bohr, and Curt Tysk participated in patient recruitment and in performing colonoscopies for biopsy collections.
The Helgoland Cluster projects, Dan Tysk of Swedish utility Vattenfall and Borkum West II of Trianel are delayed by more than a year due to grid connection problems, but are expected to be online in the next years.
Considering the less familiar language, we can conclude that Ibsen concentrated more on the visual features of performance here, and, as Rudler states that "de nye ralistiske tendenser innen tysk scenekunst og kravenedet stilte til regiarbeidet market han isoer" (243) [he especially noticed the new realistic tendencies in German stagecraft, and the demands that put upon directorial work].
In first place was Elizabeth Zelinski of FIT, second place was awarded to Junghoon Park of Savannah College of Art & Design and Johanna Tysk also of Savannah College of Art & Design received third place recognition.
(22.) Yang P, Bohr J, Tysk C, Danielsson D, Jarnerot G.
Lundberg JO, Herulf M, Olesen M, Bohr J, Tysk C, Wiklund NP, et al.
"Tysk host till fots--the title alludes to Stig Dagerman's classic of 1947 about postwar Germany--tells of a trek, on foot, from Danzig to Lubeck in 1991, following the fall of the communist regimes in Poland and East Germany.