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  • proper n. A German surname.


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  • Angela Merkel is attending G8 summit, Wednesday, July 8.

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  • A commenter on my Margaret Thatcher post points out that German Chancellor Angela Merkel is also a scientist.

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  • Angela Merkel is to be the first permanent EU president and, should she still be busy in Germany, then Mr Prodi, who has thwarted Blair before, has organized his disparate supporters into a political Democratic Party thus leaving his country in good order (unlike Blair), and is ready to serve.

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  • Some German shotguns tend to be overweight and don't handle as well as other fine guns, but the Merkel is a fine-handling, lively gun with distinctive lines and the life expectancy of a redwood tree.

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  • Outgoing Foreign Minister and Vice-Chancellor Frank-Walter Steinmeier, now the Social Democrats 'parliamentary group leader, slammed what he called Merkel's "stunning false start".

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  • And Merkel is saying they should become fully integrated.

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  • What Merkel is saying is that the reality is, these people have settled here, and we have to find a way to make that much more successful; both for those people and for German society, which needs them, because of its own declining population, it needs a workforce that's much more multicultural than monocultural.

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  • What Merkel is really trying to do is to change that mindset in Germany to a certain extent to be make up for lost ground.

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  • CONAN: Well, Arasha, I'm sure you've been listening, and Andrew Nagorski argues that, in fact, Merkel is forcing Germans to debate this question and challenged her own rightwing.

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  • After weeks of hesitation over the German response to the Greek crisis, Chancellor Angela Merkel is suddenly calling for swift action.

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