from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Luxemburg, Rosa 1870-1919. German socialist leader who cofounded (1918) the Spartacus Party, which became the German Communist Party. She was arrested after the Sparticist uprising in 1919 and subsequently murdered. Luxemburg's theoretical works include Accumulation of Capital (1913).
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- proper n. Alternative spelling of Luxembourg, the country.
- proper n. Alternative spelling of Luxembourg, a province of Belgium.
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- n. a grand duchy (a constitutional monarchy) landlocked in northwestern Europe between France and Belgium and Germany; an international financial center
- n. the capital and largest city of Luxembourg
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An inventor in Luxemburg is producing car’s that run on “AIR”!
Luxemburg is still big in the tax dodger business.
I think the classic formulation from the left, expounded by my colleague R. Luxemburg, is that war goods do indeed increase demand, but is a tax on labor who pay for the production and consumption of war – a really shitty way to increase effective demand, but a nifty way to transfer wealth to the capitalist class.
The exclusion of the iron and steel of Luxemburg from the German Customs
Negotiations were being made with Prussia, by which France hoped to absorb Belgium, allowing Prussia to obtain Luxemburg; but these failed.
If you want affordable care for everyone, go back to Luxemburg, which is where I am going to do my best to fabricate that you were born.
A 2004 deal between the European Union and the United States had been deemed illegal by the European Court of Justice in Luxemburg.
The capital of the grand duchy, also called Luxemburg, is very ancient, and was formerly strongly fortified, but is now dismantled, and beautifully laid out.
So it's more attractive from that point of view, which we don't enjoy, for example, with the higher bond in Luxemburg, which is asserting.
Luxemburg, which is going to reduce an amount of excess cash.
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