Lycos News12 Feb 2016
HAMBURG (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Friday she is becoming more confident a deal to keep Britain in the European Union will be reached, but she warned more compromises may be needed on both sides.
- Lycos News12 Feb 2016
- Lycos News11 Feb 2016
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- www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/transparent Middle English, from Medieval Latin transparent-, transparens, present participle of transparēre to show through, from Latin trans-+ parēre to show oneself