Baltic Republic

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Noun1.Baltic Republic - European countries bordering the Baltic SeaBaltic Republic - European countries bordering the Baltic Sea
Europe - the 2nd smallest continent (actually a vast peninsula of Eurasia); the British use `Europe' to refer to all of the continent except the British Isles
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The economies of each Baltic republic were controlled from Moscow.
1940: Soviet forces annexed the independent Baltic republic of Estonia.
1991 - Lithuania asks Soviet Union to withdraw its troops from buildings seized in the Baltic republic.
1991: Bloodshed at Lithuanian TV station At least 13 people have been killed and more than 140 injured by the Soviet military as Moscow continues its crackdown on the Baltic republic.
"Big Brother" was bigger, meaner and more petty in the middle Baltic republic. (41) Further evidence of the degree of Soviet repression in Latvia can be seen in its crackdown on religious establishments and beliefs, as manifested in the rapidly declining numbers of Latvians practicing religion (which, in Latvia, is predominantly Lutheran), compared to the other Baltic republics.
In the Baltic republic of Lithuania, the minus 30 degrees temperatures claimed three more lives.
It said that Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport operated by TAV Airports received "best emerging airport for eco innovation" award and Tbilisi International Airport of Georgia operated by TAV received "best emerging airport" award among Russia CIS, Eastern Europe, Baltic Republic.
Knowing little about the tiny Baltic republic of Latvia, a former Soviet state that is now part of Europe, I took a gamble, following in the footsteps of a friend who had visited its capital, Riga.
His lawyers claim he will be subjected to inhumane and degrading conditions if transferred to the Baltic republic.
The Baltic republic has traits of an old country but is also new: released from Soviet occupation in 1991 and admitted to the European Union in 2004.
The men were picked up in the Baltic republic in a joint operation between the Met Police, the Serious Organised Crime Agency (Soca) and Lithuanian police.
1 in an attempt to press the Baltic republic to favour a Russian buyer over rival Polish and Kazakh bidders for the strategically important Mazeikiu oil refinery.