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European

emanating from or pertaining to Europe.

European bat lyssavirus
European beech tree
fagussylvaticus.
European blastomycosis
European brown hare syndrome
a highly fatal necrotizing hepatitis caused by a calicivirus, occurs naturally and only in Lepus europeus (European hare) and Lepus timidus (Northern hare). Proposed as a possible progenitor virus for rabbit hemorrhagic disease virus.
European buffalo
the true buffalo of the Old World (Bubalus bubalis), not the bison. Includes many breeds and varieties. Used for milk, meat and draft. Dark gray to black in color, often with white on the head, tail and feet. Called also Indian buffalo.
European cattle breeds
include aquitaine blond, belgian blue, brown swiss, central and upper belgian, charolais, chiana, friesian, holstein-friesian, limousin, maine-anjou, marche, piedmont, pinzgau, romagna, simmental, steppe.
European chick flea
ceratophyllusgallinae.
European feedlot
see European feedlot.
European harvest mite
see trombiculaautumnalis.
European mistletoe
European oak
quercusrobur.
European rabbit flea
European swamp fever
European swine fever
see classical swine fever.
European yew
taxusbaccata.
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Former president of the Czech Republic Vaclav Havel (1994) claimed that Europeanism included basic human rights such as "respect for the unique human being, and for humanity's freedom, right and dignity, the principle of solidarity, the rule of law and equality before the law," among others.
To be sure, certain of Mitchell's paintings float free of this enveloping Europeanism.
they become functionally and stylistically stratified: the Europeanism atmos fera has a role in terminology, while the calque ozracje lost its role in terminology.
This thesis is supported by a description of Zweig's disinterest in politics caused during his adolescence, and his inability to become practically active because the concepts he embraced, Europeanism and humanism, are highly abstract.
That sort of militant Europeanism is not as strong these days but the EU still has its own characteristics.
In addition to documenting this double gap, he seeks explanations for it in relation to national foreign policy traditions and strategic culture along four primary dimensions: territorial defense versus force projection as the purpose of the military, military versus civilian preferences of policy instruments, cooperation versus national autonomy as the basis for security policy, and Atlanticism versus Europeanism as the arena for policy cooperation.
There's a Europeanism in the city, with the cathedral as a centre of postwar reconciliation, and that's what I've tried to reconnect with," says Glen.
Some tensions--concreteness versus abstraction, Americanism versus Europeanism, the beautiful versus the realistic--are persistent.
While most commentators have understood his criticisms of Germany and his embrace of Europeanism in his late writings as evidence of his rejection of a nationalist attitude, Conway argues that Nietzsche remained Germanocentric throughout his oeuvre.
Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte's coup later contributed to radicalizing Hugo's Europeanism as well as his Republicanism.

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