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Germanophone

A person, company, or country for which German is the primary language. Because of the historical importance of German as an international language and of German-speaking countries as a world power, German is an important language in international commerce. German has official status in about 11 countries.
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9) Elles comportent plusieurs communautes "nationales" qui, pour des raisons historiques, possedent des droits constitutionnels et leurs propres institutions:au Canada, les francophones, les anglophones, et les Autochtones; en Belgique, les Flamands, les francophones, et les germanophones.
Therefore, not only Germanophone but also Polish literary critics, such as Klanska or Palej, turn to these texts to find out Ebner-Eschenbach's position on Galicia and, in general, on the issue of the Habsburg Vielvolkerstaat.
L'Estonie a reconnu en 1925 le droit de sa minorite germanophone a elire un conseil culturel charge de la gestion de ses institutions scolaires et culturelles.
Their classification as francophone, anglophone, germanophone, hispano-italophone, or other is based on the primary language in the country of origin for immigrants or, for the first generation born in Louisiana, of their parents.
On ne se rehausse pas en prenant des postures face a la chanceliere allemande, en voulant lui montrer qu'on peut lui resister", a declare l'ex-ministre, lui-meme germanophone et bon connaisseur de l'Allemagne.
Reading the novels of Josef Roth, a Jewish, Germanophone author from Galicia who devoted his life after 1919 to restoring the Habsburg Empire, conveys the value of the aforementioned linguistic and culture exposure.
Copenhagen-based SimCorp employs 600 in Denmark and in subsidiaries in Europe, Asia, Australia and the US Frankfurt-based SimCorp GmbH, which employs 110, manages the company's markets in Germany, Austria and germanophone Luxembourg and has a subsidiary in Munich.
It is a revival of the eminence of Germanophone study of Judaica ia the nineteenth and early twentieth century.