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I am working for the European Section of the German foreign ministry and have to admit, that I am very touched.
As a result, the examinations and supplementary data, which are currently required for the European sections of the route, in addition to the transcription of the consignment notes, will in future be eliminated.
The 12-man European section is not strong enough to warrant such a good deal for Podbuyers, so take advantage.
More than 100 objects, many of them style and design icons associated with renowned artists, have been selected from about 7,000 acquired by the ROM's European section over the past 15 years.
ased on average FIFA rank, England's group is the weakest in the European section of the draw.
Right now, there is anticipation and it is shared by those who will pack into the hall to see one of Rio's favourite sons, Ronaldo, make the draw for the European section.
As we progress into March, this pattern of cold weather in eastern European sections and milder weather across western sections will continue.
It's mostly in Asia, but also includes a part of Africa (Egypt) and a corner of Europe (the small European section of Turkey).