Eastern European love

Eastern European

Definitions

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  • adj. Of, from, or pertaining to Eastern Europe, its people, or its culture.
  • n. An Eastern European person; one who comes from or lives in Eastern Europe.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Col. Abaddon and his jackbooted thugs storm Happy Husband's mother's hospital administrator's office (and that wasn't convoluted in the least) looking for files on their employees, namely Eastern European employees, namely Eastern European employees who worked in a DC hospital 4 years ago.

    chron.com Chronicle

  • These Northern Europeans differed from that he say as a characteristically "Eastern European" population, notably in being longer-headed in contrast to the medium to broad-headedness of the Eastern European type.

    The Civic Platform - A Political Journal of Ideas and Analysis

  • We have illustrated editions from the western world but we also have Eastern European and Russian illustrated editions.

    C. M. Rubin: Alice

  • But he said a proposal drawn up along the lines of the Vienna Initiative, which involved creditors voluntarily extending debt maturities for several Eastern European governments during the financial crisis, could meet the ECB's criteria.

    Rifts on New Greek Aid Linger

  • Donovan wanted to maintain good relations with Fitin, hoping it would grease the way for OSS teams to remain in the Balkan and Eastern European nations coming under Russian control so his spies could continue snooping on the Germans—and the Soviets replacing them.

    Wild Bill Donovan

  • Central and Eastern European countries also fear the economic dislocation that a demise of the currency union would bring, because their economies are closely linked to the fate of the euro zone.

    Euro's Allure Dims in Eastern Europe

  • The latest quarter was boosted by falling loan losses and higher revenue from corporate lending, trading and Eastern European operations.

    Financial Briefing Book: Feb. 24

  • A survey of Eastern European countries—major importers of capital goods from Western European countries such as Germany and France—also showed a decline in the largest manufacturing sectors.

    Sarkozy, Merkel Set Bilateral Euro Talks

  • Supporters of this option point to the success of a similar agreement in 2009, known as the Vienna Initiative, when some major European banks agreed to keep lending to Eastern European countries during the global financial crisis.

    Europe Races to Widen Aid for Greece

  • He said this is "the start of a new era of freedom," like the one experienced by Central and Eastern European countries 20 years ago.

    NATO Considers Options for Humanitarian Intervention in Libya

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