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“Mr. Jain's lack of German-language and cultural fluency could make him hard to digest for parts of the German public and media.”
“The trend is visible at German-language schools in Germany's capital, where a growing number of Spaniards seek to overcome the language barrier to finding a job.”
“Elena Ballestín, 26 years old, is one of five Spaniards in a class of 17 students at a German-language school in Berlin's trendy Mitte district.”
“The area is known for its casinos and provided the setting for a couple of popular German-language TV shows.”
“Dow Jones & Co. plans to launch a German-language online version of The Wall Street Journal in early January in an effort to build its presence in Europe's largest economy.”
“That's an illusion, says Peter Haag, founder of the Zurich-based German-language publishing company Kein & Aber.”
“Etsy put its first stake in the ground in Europe last month, launching its Berlin-based, German-language website.”
“In the article at the link, there are complaints that the German-language Wikipedia site took days for its moderators to approve content.”
“I received contracts from my agent for "digital verbatim text only display and download rights" for Kreatur, the German-language edition of Low Red Moon.”
“After the war he became a reporter and then proprietor at German-language newspapers in St. Louis and entered Missouri politics.”
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