More than usual, these topics attracted between 2010 and 2012 more coverage than in other periods in the following periodicals: Ekathimerini (Greece) (2), The Sofia Echo (Bulgaria) (3), National Journal (Romania) (4) and Cyprus Mail (Cyprus) (5).
What does TSE stand for?
TSE stands for The Sofia Echo (Bulgaria English Language Newspaper)
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We have 268 other meanings of TSE in our Acronym Attic
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- Test of Spoken English (Educational Testing Service)
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- Test Systems Engineering
- Testicular Self-Examination (for cancer)
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- Thayer School of Engineering (Dartmouth College)
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- The Second Encounter (video game)
- The Silent Elite (gaming)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A Bulgarian government statement following the meeting said opportunities for Qatari investments in areas such as agriculture, tourism, spa and mineral springs had been outlined, The Sofia Echo reported.
As a sign of the times, rather in the way it has reflected realities in all the years since 1997, The Sofia Echo newspaper is to make way for what will be an online-only operation, carrying on the proud traditions established by this paper and its staff in close to 15 years.
Since then, I have had the stewardship of 521 issues of this newspaper, including the one that you are holding in your hands (or much more probably, reading online)--and after this point, that personal pronoun will be banned from this article, because as The Sofia Echo makes the transition to become a purely online publication, it is time to pay tribute to all who did so much to build the newspaper--including all those staff who were not fired.
According to the Sofia Echo, they did not pay a 10 per cent tax levied on gigs in Bulgaria, including performances by the Queen of Pop and the veteran rockers, reports the Daily Express.
According to a report in The Sofia Echo, archaeologists Nikolai Ovcharov and Hitko Vachev have excavated on August 2 what has been described as the grave of a Bulgarian princess, buried in the courtyard of the St St Peter and Pavel church in Veliko Tarnovo.
Bashing Eastern Europeans is hardly news; as noted in a recent report by The Sofia Echo, it is a popular pastime among sections of the British press.
The Sofia Echo is a media partner of the event, which is being held at the Sheraton Hotel in Sofia.