Britain, meanwhile, has deployed an E-3D early warning aircraft over Poland and Romania to monitor Ukraine.
Instead, Ford doubled down and asserted that Poland, Romania, and Yugoslavia were free of Soviet influence.
Next door in Romania, a historical figure nicknamed Vlad the Impaler inspired the first mainstream depiction of a vampire.
Some countries used ornate samps; Romania's stamp was just a cross.
Though vampire legends exist the world over, Romania and Bulgaria have born the brunt of the attention.
The Americanisation of the world was perceived to be the historical equivalent of the Pox Romania.
On the value of this Life, see an article by the same, "Romania," vol.
Their music is regularly performed in Romania and in some of the other communist countries, but it is not well known elsewhere.
Romania, futile expedition into, 59; union to Barbaricum, 137.
The poem was discovered by M. Paul Meyer, and published in Romania, 1892, p. 51.
Eastern European nation, name taken officially in 1861 at the union of Wallachia and Moldavia, from Latin Romani "people from Rome," which was used to describe the descendants of colonists there from Roman times; see Roman + -ia. In early use often Rumania, or, from French, Roumania. Related: Romanian; Rumanian; Roumanian.
Republic in southeastern Europe on the northeast Balkan Peninsula, bordered by Hungary to the northwest, Ukraine to the northeast, Moldova and the Black Sea to the east, Bulgaria to the south, and the former Yugoslavia to the southwest. Its capital and largest city is Bucharest.
Note: During World War II, Romania was allied to the Axis Powers but joined the Allies in 1944.
Note: Occupied by Soviet troops in 1944, Romania became a people's republic on the model of the Soviet Union in 1947.
Note: A former Eastern Bloc country, Romania was ruled in the 1970s and 1980s by communist dictator Nicolae Ceausescu, who was overthrown and executed during a bloody revolution in 1989. (See collapse of communism.)