American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. See Christian Science.
“However, "this is still considerably below the level prior to the onset of theglobal financial crisis," Danmarks Statistik said.”
“October figures also showed a dramatic 53% decline in domestic orders for investment goods such as motors, pumps and wind turbines, the Danish Statistics Office, or Danmarks Statistik, said.”
“According to Danmarks Statistik's flash estimates, the country's gross domestic product contracted by 0.8% compared with the previous quarter, and by 0.2% compared with the third quarter of 2010.”
“Danmarks Statistik said private spending declined 0.3% on the quarter and public consumption by 1.6%, while growth in exports narrowed to 0.4%, from 0.8% in the second quarter.”
“The shift in monetary policy marks a turn in fortunes for the Danmarks Nationalbank, which five months ago had the opposite problem, and was vacuuming up euros to try and hold the krone down against the tumbling single currency.”
“The shift in monetary policy marks a turn in fortunes for the Danmarks Nationalbank, which only five months ago had the opposite problem, and was vacuuming up euros to try and hold the krone down against the tumbling single currency.”
“Kommunisternes forslag til en bedre bedriftssundhedstjeneste (Danish Edition) by Danmarks kommunistiske parti”
“Hunnerslaget overföres på Danmarks sydgrænse (Dan, Fredfrode);”
“Before proceeding further, it would be well to have a summary of the relations of the Danish kings concerned, up to the last stage of development, the stage with which we are dealing; and this summary is best supplied by quoting the following from Olrik's _Danmarks”
“The Danish title of the organization was Foreningen til Danmarks Neutralisering, later changed to Dansk Fredsforening.”
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