Kingdom of Denmark love

Kingdom of Denmark

Definitions

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  • proper noun The official name of Denmark, including Greenland and the Faroe Islands.

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Examples

  • Staunch Brownite and habitual anti-Blair plotter Tom Watson kicked the habit in September and urged Blair to campaign for the ailing Labour party – burying the hatchet being an indication that even our esteemed ruling clique acknowledged that all was not well in the Kingdom of Denmark.

    They think it's all over

  • Staunch Brownite and habitual anti-Blair plotter Tom Watson kicked the habit in September and urged Blair to campaign for the ailing Labour party – burying the hatchet being an indication that even our esteemed ruling clique acknowledged that all was not well in the Kingdom of Denmark.

    They think it's all over

  • Staunch Brownite and habitual anti-Blair plotter Tom Watson kicked the habit in September and urged Blair to campaign for the ailing Labour party – burying the hatchet being an indication that even our esteemed ruling clique acknowledged that all was not well in the Kingdom of Denmark.

    Gordon Brown, Charlie Whelan and Me

  • Administrative divisions: none (part of the Kingdom of Denmark; self-governing overseas administrative division of Denmark); there are no first-order administrative divisions as defined by the US Government, but there are 34 municipalities

    Faroe Islands

  • Greenlandnone (extensive self-rule as part of the Kingdom of Denmark; foreign affairs is the responsibility of Denmark, but Greenland actively participates in international agreements relating to Greenland)

    Independence

  • Independence: none (part of the Kingdom of Denmark; self-governing overseas administrative division of Denmark)

    Faroe Islands

  • Faroe Islandsnone (part of the Kingdom of Denmark; self-governing overseas administrative division of Denmark)

    Independence

  • Independence: none (extensive self-rule as part of the Kingdom of Denmark; foreign affairs is the responsibility of Denmark, but Greenland actively participates in international agreements relating to Greenland)

    Greenland

  • Faroe Islandsnone (part of the Kingdom of Denmark; self-governing overseas administrative division of Denmark); there are no first-order administrative divisions as defined by the US Government, but there are 34 municipalities

    Administrative divisions

  • I have today announced the appointment of Ms Sharyn Minahan as Australia's Ambassador to the Kingdom of Denmark, with concurrent accreditation to the Kingdom of Norway and the Republic of Iceland.

    Media Release from the Minister for Foreign Affairs: Diplomatic Appointment - Ambassador to Denmark

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