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Federal Republic of Germany

Definitions

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  • proper noun The official name of the state of Germany.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a republic in north central Europe on the North Sea; established in 1949 from the zones of Germany occupied by the British and French and Americans after the German defeat; reunified with East Germany in 1990
  • noun a republic in central Europe; split into East Germany and West Germany after World War II and reunited in 1990

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Examples

  • He considers it "questionable whether one can still call the Federal Republic of Germany parliamentary democracy."

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  • * Refers to the Federal Republic of Germany before unification.

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  • The Design Award is the most prestigious official design award in the Federal Republic of Germany which is offered by the Federal Ministry for Economics and Technology.

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  • I worked as ambassador for my country to West Germany and later the unified Federal Republic of Germany, Bonn, from the years 1987-1997.

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  • I worked as ambassador for my country to West Germany and later the unified Federal Republic of Germany, Bonn, from the years 1987-1997.

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  • The Federal Republic of Germany, as it was called, became an economic powerhouse and a mainstay of our NATO alliance.

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  • In its 60-year history, the Federal Republic of Germany had never tried to sell a 10-year bond that paid only 2% interest, and the historically low yields appeared to depress appetite among the traditional circle of buyers.

    German Bond Sale Spurs Worries

  • The Federal Republic of Germany, as it was called, became an economic powerhouse and a mainstay of our NATO alliance.

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  • Mr. Maurer, who has found creative ways to use everything from halogen lights to the latest LED device, turns 78 years old this year, and the German government has chosen to commemorate his four decades of work with the Design Prize of the Federal Republic of Germany.

    Munich Commemorates Ingo Maurer and His Brilliant Light Designs

  • In an Alternative White Paper On the New Security and Defence Policy of the Federal Republic of Germany and on the Future of the Bundeswehr published in 1995, it was recommended that the main structure of the organization include a Prevention Force.

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