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Social Democratic Party

A political party in Germany. It was established in 1875, making it the oldest party in Germany currently in existence. Throughout its history its ideology has shifted between socialism and seeking social justice within a capitalist state.
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A full-featured whole-house surge protection device (SPD) can protect all your electronics, appliances, telephone, Internet and cable TV equipment (the Square D No.
SPD won these contracts based on the company's strong working relationship with its customers and its successful track record, which is further proven by its early and below-budget delivery of the Anadarko project.
La llamada 'Agenda 2010', implementada por su gobierno, fue duramente rechazada por los sindicatos y los sectores de izquierda del propio SPD y, por razones de oportunismo politico, por la propia Democracia Cristiana.
The SPD glass consists of inner and outer panes surrounding a film coated with microscopic crystals.
Federal law already requires the SPD to contain extensive information about eligibility, vesting and benefits under a plan.
The SPD's strategy to target larcenies represents a multifaceted approach.
Both Merkel's Christian Democrats (CDU) and the SPD are expected to lose support to the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party in Brandenburg and Saxony.
The Southern Police District (SPD) has sent 450 of its personnel to Quezon City to help in securing the 4th State of the Nation Address of President Duterte.
The Southern Police District (SPD) on Tuesday urged the public to be vigilant and observe the robbery prevention and safety tips to thwart the crime, or to stay safe when a robber strikes.
Tenders are invited for Surge protection device(SPD) set consist of (i)Two numbers class I/B SPD confirming to the table given under para 3.12.1 (a) of spec.
Andrea Nahles, leader of Germany's Social Democratic Party (SPD), reacts at the party's headquarters in Berlin, Germany, June 3, 2019.
Andrea Nahles has said she would formally resign as leader of the Social Democrats (SPD) on Monday, after party feedback showed she no longer had "the support necessary for me to carry out my offices."