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  • n. Plural form of Berliner.


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  • There is a saying I heard from a few sources while reading about the city: "The wall remains in Berliners 'heads."


  • Vegetarians themselves, the Berliners were also keenly aware that they'd have no formidable competition.

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  • Getting anything from the Berliners will be a difficult task for the Dubliners on the road with their team that boasts international players such as Ukrainian Andriy Voronin who is on loan from Liverpool and Croatian Josip Simunic.

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  • People of Berlin wouldn't usually call jelly doughnuts "Berliners".

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  • The people of Berlin do call themselves "Berliners".

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  • Jelly doughnuts may be called "Berliners" in other parts of Germany, but in Berlin itself, they're called pfannkuchen pancakes.

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  • A literary circle, known as the "Berliners", was formed in Wilna, about

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  • She had an American twang in her accent, like a lot of Berliners who speak English, from pop songs and sitcoms I guess.

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  • It even helped to unite the formerly divided city, many say, because the music was new to both East and West Berliners.

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  • Rents may be cheaper than in Germany's prosperous west, but ordinary Berliners also get by on low pay by German standards.

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