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  • n. Plural form of Latvian.


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  • The only thing Latvians love more than singing or eating is singing and eating.

    Little Country, Big Impact

  • When the dust had settled and all those who wished to had returned home, there remained in Germany, Austria and Italy a residue of some 1 million people who were mot inclined to go back to their own countries - Jews, Poles, Ukrainians, Latvians, Lithuanians, Estonians, and Yugoslavs.

    Menachem Rosensaft: Review: The Long Road Home, The Aftermath of the Second World War

  • Hence why is that we seem to have vastly disproportionate Lithuanian offenders as compared to say, Estonians or Latvians?

    Crime And Immigration In Britain SHOCK! « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • Located on a quiet street, five minutes from clean white sands and calm seas, the spa has been catering since 2009 to the scores of Russians and Latvians who still flock to the area, and is now targeting the international market.

    Latvia's Burgeoning Spa Scene

  • Leading the show in the city in terms of swank, the six-floor building caters to the new, rich Latvians and wealthy tourists.

    Latvia's Burgeoning Spa Scene

  • A Riga court removed the city council's ban on "Legion Day" paving the way for a march down main street honoring 140,000 Latvians who fought in the Waffen SS during WWII.

    Rabbi Abraham Cooper: Their Denial And Our Silence Mock International Holocaust Memorial Day

  • There were a lot of new people in the town, Poles, Lithuanians, Latvians, Nigerians, and maybe there would be some woman whom he could pay to look after his aunt in her own house.

    The Empty Family

  • By the summer of 1990, at least 80 percent of ethnic Estonians, Latvians, and Lithuanians favored complete independence.

    The Return

  • Russians reported paying bribes a bit more often than Hungarians or Latvians, but less often than Mexicans and Lithuanians.

    The Return

  • Likewise, in the Baltic, Latvians have proved far more willing than the Greeks to swallow the bitter medicine of austerity, which seems bearable compared with adversity under the Soviet Union.

    Don't Sideline EU Enlargement


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