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European Court Of Human Rights
European, or Europeans, may refer to: In general * ''European'', an adjective referring to something of, from, or related to Europe ** Ethnic groups in Europe ** Demographics of Europe ** European cuisine, the cuisines of Europe and other Western countries * ''European'', an adjective referring to something of, from, or related to the European Union ** Citizenship of the European Union ** Demographics of the European Union In publishing *''The European'' (1953 magazine), a far-right cultural and political magazine published 1953–1959 *''The European'' (newspaper), a British weekly newspaper published 1990–1998 *''The European'' (2009 magazine), a German magazine first published in September 2009 *''European Magazine'', a magazine published in London 1782–1826 *''The New European'', a British weekly pop-up newspaper first published in July 2016 Other uses * * Europeans (band), a British post-punk group, from Bristol See also * * * Europe (other) * The Europeans ...
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Europe
Europe is a continent located entirely in the Northern Hemisphere and mostly in the Eastern Hemisphere. It comprises the westernmost peninsulas of the continental landmass of Eurasia, and is bordered by the Arctic Ocean to the north, the Atlantic Ocean to the west, the Mediterranean Sea to the south, and Asia to the east. Europe is commonly considered to be separated from Asia by the watershed of the Ural Mountains, the Ural River, the Caspian Sea, the Greater Caucasus, the Black Sea, and the waterways of the Turkish Straits. "Europe" (pp. 68–69); "Asia" (pp. 90–91): "A commonly accepted division between Asia and Europe ... is formed by the Ural Mountains, Ural River, Caspian Sea, Caucasus Mountains, and the Black Sea with its outlets, the Bosporus and Dardanelles." Although much of this border is over land, Europe is generally accorded the status of a full continent because of its great physical size and the weight of its history and traditions. Europe covers about , o ...
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The New European
''The New European'' is a British pro-EU weekly newspaper that began publication on 8 July 2016. Launched as a response to the United Kingdom's 2016 EU referendum, its readership is aimed at those who voted to remain within the European Union, with the newspaper's original tagline being "The New Pop-up Paper for the 48%". Formerly owned by Archant, it was announced at the beginning of February 2021 that a consortium including founder Matt Kelly, ex-''New York Times'' CEO Mark Thompson and former ''Financial Times'' editor Lionel Barber had acquired the newspaper. Newspaper It was founded and edited for the first three-and-a-half years of its existence by Matt Kelly, who formerly worked at the ''Daily Mirror'' and Local World. The newspaper's owners stated that ''The New European'' was to have an initial lifespan of just four issues, beyond which publication would be reviewed on a week-by-week basis. By the eve of the third edition the paper revealed it had broken even and sold ...
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White People
White is a racial classification and skin color specifier, generally used for people of European origin; although the definition can vary depending on context, nationality, and point of view. This term has at times been expanded to encompass persons of South Asian, West Asian, and North African descent, persons who are often considered "non-white" in other contexts in the United States. It has also been alleged that, in the United States, people of Southern European and even Irish descent have been excluded from this category, although this idea has been contested. The usage of "white people" or a "white race" for a large group of mainly or exclusively European populations, defined by their light skin, among other physical characteristics, and contrasting with "black", "red", "brown", "yellow", and other "colored" people or "persons of color", originated in the 17th century. Prior to this, Europeans also described people from East Asia as being "white". It was only during the 19 ...
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European African
White Africans of European ancestry, or Euro-Africans refers to people in Africa who can trace full, or partial ancestry to Western Europe. In 1989, there were an estimated 4.6 million people with European ancestry on the African continent. Most are of Dutch, British, Portuguese, German, and French descent; and to a lesser extent there are also those who descended from Italians, Spaniards, and Greeks. The majority once lived along the Mediterranean coast or in Southern Africa. The earliest permanent European communities in Africa were formed at the Cape of Good Hope; Luanda, in Angola; São Tomé Island; and Santiago, Cape VerdeCybriwsky, Roman Adrian. ''Capital Cities around the World: An Encyclopedia of Geography, History, and Culture''. ABC-CLIO, LLC 2013. p 54-275. through the introduction of Portuguese and Dutch traders or military personnel. Other groups of white settlers arrived in newly-established European colonies in Africa. Before regional decolonisation, white Africans ...
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Pan-European (other)
Pan-European can refer to: * Pan-European identity * Pan-European corridors ** Pan-European Corridor X ** Pan-European Corridor Xa * Pan European Game Information * Pan-European Institute * Pan-European nationalism * Pan-European Oil Pipeline * Pan-European Pension * Pan-European Picnic * Paneuropean Union, a European unification group * Pan-European University * Paneuropean Working Group of the European Parliament * Cartoon Network (Europe) TV Channel * Honda ST series motorcycles, sold as the ''Pan-European'' in the UK & Europe See also * European integration * European political party * Pro-Europeanism * * * Transeuropean (other) * Transeuropa (other) * European (other) * Pan (other) {{disambig ...
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Transeuropean
Transeuropean or Trans-European or ''variant'', may refer to: * Transeuropean Airlines (IATA airline code: UE; ICAO airline code: TEP; callsign: TRANSEURLINE), former Russian charter airline * Trans European Airways (IATA airline code: HE; ICAO airline code: TEA; callsign: BELGAIR), former Belgian airline * Trans European Aviation, former British charter airline * Trans-European Suture Zone (geology) a geographic feature, the interface between the Eastern European Craton and later accretions * Trans-European Division of Seventh-day Adventists (TED) * Trans-European Networks (TEN), EU defined networks * Trans-European Motorways (TEM), a UN project * Trans-European Trunked Radio, a trunked radio network See also * Trans (other) * European (other) * Trans Euro Trail (TET) a motorcycle backpacking trail * Transeuropa Compañía de Aviación (IATA airline code: TR; callsign: TRANSEUOPA), operating as ''Trans-Europa'', a former Spanish airline * Air Transport Europe (IC ...
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The Europeans (other)
The Europeans may refer to: *''The Europeans: A sketch'', a short novel by Henry James (1878) *The Europeans (band), a British New Wave rock group (1981–85) *''The Europeans'', a book by Italian journalist Luigi Barzini, Jr. (1983) *The Europeans cricket team, an Indian first-class cricket team (1877–1948) *''The Europeans'' (1979 film), a Merchant Ivory film based on Henry James' novel *''The Europeans'' (2020 film), a Spanish film based on novel by Rafael Azcona *The Europeans (podcast), a podcast about European current affairs (2017– ) See also * Europeans (band), a British post-punk group, from Bristol (1977–79) * European (singular) {{DEFAULTSORT:Europeans, The ...
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Europe (other)
Europe is a continent that comprises the westernmost peninsula of Eurasia (commonly defined as extending from the Urals to the Iberian Peninsula), the Scandinavian Peninsula, Great Britain, Ireland, Iceland and many smaller surrounding islands in the North Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea. Europe may also refer to: * Continental Europe, the mainland of Europe excluding the islands surrounding it * European Union, a European political supranational entity that excludes Russia and several other eastern European countries. Greek mythology * see ''Europe (Greek myth)'' *Europe or Europa (mythology), a lover of Zeus * Europe, one of the Oceanids * Europe, one of the many consorts of Danaus, mother of several of the Danaïdes * Europe (daughter of Tityos), possible mother of Euphemus by Poseidon * Europe, one of the possible consorts of Phoroneus * Europe (daughter of Laodicus), one of the sacrificial victims of Minotaur * Europe, a surname of Demeter Music * Europe (anthem), the n ...
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Europeans (band)
Europeans were a new wave band formed in Bristol, England in 1977. The line-up was Jonathan Cole (formally of Colortapes, on vocals, guitar and synthesizers), Jon Klein (ex-Emergency Exit on lead guitar), Steve Street (ex-Public Enemy Number One on bass guitar) and James Cole (drums and percussion). According to Klein, ‘we were going to be called 'The Noses.' Their single "Europeans" / "Voices" was engineered by David Lord at his Crescent Studios in Bath and was the second release of Bristols' Heartbeat Records. This single was heard by Cherry Red Records and led to a licensing agreement between them and Heartbeat. The band later contributed the track "On the Continent" to the label's ''Avon Calling'' compilation album. The band split in 1979 when Rialto Records signed Jonathan Cole as a solo artist. Jon Klein went to London with Kevin Mills from The X-Certs to form Specimen (and was involved with the Batcave); he later joined Siouxsie and the Banshees and played on three of th ...
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European Magazine
The ''European Magazine'' was a monthly magazine published in London. Eighty-nine semi-annual volumes were published from 1782 until 1826. It was launched as the ''European Magazine, and London Review'' in January 1782, promising to offer "the Literature, History, Politics, Arts, Manners, and Amusements of the Age." It was in direct competition with ''The Gentleman's Magazine'', and in 1826 was absorbed into the ''Monthly Magazine''. Soon after launching the ''European Magazine'', its founding editor, James Perry, passed proprietorship to the Shakespearean scholar Isaac Reed and his partners John Sewell and Daniel Braithwaite, who guided the magazine during its first two decades. The articles and other contributions in the magazine appeared over initials or pseudonyms and have largely remained anonymous. Scholars believe that the contributions include the first published poem by William Wordsworth (1787) and the earliest known printing of "O Sanctissima", the popular Sicilian Mari ...
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Ethnic Groups In Europe
The indigenous peoples of Europe are the focus of European ethnology, the field of anthropology related to the various indigenous groups that reside in the nations of Europe. Groups may be defined by common genetic ancestry, common language, or both. According to the German monograph ''Minderheitenrechte in Europa'' co-edited by Pan and Pfeil (2002) there are 87 distinct indigenous peoples of Europe, of which 33 form the ethnic majority population in at least one sovereign state, while the remaining 54 constitute ethnic minorities. The total number of national or linguistic minority populations in Europe is estimated at 105 million people, or 14% of 770 million Europeans.Christoph Pan, Beate Sibylle Pfeil (2002), Minderheitenrechte in Europa. Handbuch der europäischen Volksgruppen', Braumüller, (Google Books, snippet view). Als2006 reprint by Springer(Amazon, no preview) . The Russians are the largest European ethnic group, with a population over 134 million. There are no univ ...
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The European (2009 Magazine)
''The European'' is a German magazine published in Berlin, Germany. The magazine's name does not describe a thematic of geographic focus but alludes to the discursive tradition of European culture and politics. History and profile ''The European'' was first published in September 2009. Its publisher and editor-in-chief is Alexander Görlach, former editor-in-chief of Cicero Online, who previously worked for both ZDF and ''Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung''. The magazine's office is located in Berlin, Germany. ''The European'' features opinion articles, regular columns and interviews. Its claim is "Views, not News". According to its mission statement, "The European is an opinion magazine". Its authors "debate important political and cultural issues within the framework of journalistic news analysis." Opinion articles are grouped into thematically focused debates and are contributed by outside "experts" from academia, media, politics, business, science, and culture. Prominent contr ...
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The European (newspaper)
''The European'', billed as "Europe's first national newspaper", was a British weekly newspaper founded by Robert Maxwell. It was published from 11 May 1990 until December 1998. History Maxwell founded the paper in the fervour which immediately followed the destruction of the Berlin Wall and collapse of the Iron Curtain: the name was a reflection of the feelings of pan-European unity which were brought on by the historic changes, an ideal which Maxwell wholeheartedly supported. According to ''Time'' magazine, Maxwell originally envisaged a daily with a circulation of 650,000, but by the launch date plans had been cut down to a more realistic weekly with a circulation of 225,000. In the event, the circulation peaked at 180,000, over half of which was British. Following Maxwell's death, the Barclay brothers bought the newspaper in 1992, investing an estimated $110 million and in 1996 transforming it into a high-end tabloid format oriented at the business community edited by Andrew ...
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The European (1953 Magazine)
''The European'' was a limited-circulation political and cultural magazine
The Evening Standard. 5 January 2009
that was published between 1953 and 1959. During this tenure, it was edited by Diana Mosley of the Mitford family. Diana had been one of the bright young things and had cultivated friendships with several of the contributors to the magazine. These included
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Demographics Of The European Union
Demography (from prefix ''demo-'' from Ancient Greek δῆμος (''dēmos'') meaning 'the people', and ''-graphy'' from γράφω (''graphō'') meaning 'writing, description or measurement') is the statistical study of populations, especially human beings. Demographic analysis can cover whole societies or groups defined by criteria such as education, nationality, religion, and ethnicity. Educational institutions usually treat demography as a field of sociology, though there are a number of independent demography departments. Patient demographics form the core of the data for any medical institution,such as patient and emergency contact information and patient medical record data. They allow for the identification of a patient and his categorization into categories for the purpose of statistical analysis. Patient demographics include: Date of birth, gender(Ref: Google Health),Date of death, postal code, ethnicity, blood type (Ref: Microsoft HealthVault: Personal Demographic I ...
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