Seit diesem Punkt, so lasst sich beobachten schlug die folgende durch die Republikaner geleitete Stadtentwicklung eine Richtung ein, in der sie sich vom Bilde der europaischen Stadt zusehends entfernen wurde.
What does REP stand for?
REP stands for Republikaner (German Conservative Party)
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- Renewable Energy Project (Nepal)
- Repose en Paix (French: Rest in Peace; band)
- Republicans for Environmental Protection
- Requirements Engineering Process
- Research Ethics Program (various schools)
- Researcher Exchange Programme
- Réseau Ecologique Paneuropéen (French: Pan-European Ecological Network)
- Reserve Enlistment Program
- Residential Exchange Program (utility law)
- Residue Elimination Program
- Residue Elimination Project
- Resistive Exercise Products
Samples in periodicals archive:
Lee's The Beast Reawakens (1997), a popular survey of "neofascism" which argues that "a second coming of fascism" was "reappearing" in Europe in the nineties, and that Gianfranco Fini and other leaders of Alleanza Nationale, one of Italy's leading parties, are actually fascists, and Dave Renton's Fascism: Theory and Practice (1999) which contends that fascism has re-emerged in Europe in the nineties in the form of Jean-Marie Le Pen's Front National (NF) and Germany's Republikaner Partei (REP).
Leicht notes that five years earlier, members of the right-wing Republikaner Party had proposed a headscarf ban.
What then follows is an assessment of the revisionist views of history of both Franz Schbnhuber, leader of the German nationalist party, Die Republikaner, and John Hume, leader of the SDLP in Northern Ireland.
The bombing campaign has support from all political parties except the former Communist Party of Democratic Socialism and the small, extreme right-wing Republikaner Party, although no party favors the use of ground troops (Moseley, 1999).
A third fascist party, Republikaner, hopes to break into the Bavarian parliament.
John Krumpelmann, reprint of 1829 (Hildesheim: Olms, 1972); Charles Sealsfield, Der Legitime und die Republikaner, Samtliche Werke, Vols.
Nazi toughs often provide security for far-right candidates at meetings and public rallies, while members of the Republikaner Partei and the DVU also belong to extraparliamentary Nazi groups.