Bundesland


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Bundesland

In Austria and Germany, a political subdivision equivalent to a state or province.
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The upside is that some states move ahead more quickly than the federal state, but others say development can be delayed by every Bundesland having its own energy transition concept.
IATA CSO), serving the capital city of the central/eastern Bundesland Saxony-Anhalt region of Germany, is celebrating the launch of an important new route for the regional facility.
This group of politicians, church leaders, and other officials controlled the purse strings at each station, tying the production of public television in Germany to cultural politics at the Bundesland level.
Daten zur Fleischnachfrage im Bundesland Hessen: Ergebnisse aus dem Frischepanel der GiK 1995-2000.
The first part of the answer lies, perhaps unexpectedly, in the German bundesland of Schleswig-Holstein.
It happened following a night-ski on the trip in the picturesque but dangerous Bundesland Karnten area of the Austrian alps.
See Der Sicherheitsdirektor fur das Bundesland Steiermark [Director of Security for the Federal Province of Styria], Ref.
Von der besetzten Stadt zum Bundesland, Museum fur Hamburgische Gesehichte [Hamburg Museum].
51 Looking at the language, he really uses interesting expessions, even he 52 comes from Hessen (it's a Bundesland, like Pensilvania) where I live and 53 through this should use quite similar vocabulary.
The courses have been offered since 1987; the selected students from different schools all over the Austrian Bundesland Salzburg join a course with two weekly hours on a special topic.
Thomas maintained that "the powerful BRD" could not "annex the weak DDR as a new Bundesland (federal state)," nor could it be that "DDR socialism, as it was still called yesterday, triumphs in accordance with the law of history.
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