- het opnieuw bij elkaar brengen
- the act of coming together again
"monetary unification precipitated the reunification of the German state in October 1990"
- in the area of family reunification, to facilitate and support the reunification of family members, by providing them with favourable and attractive conditions and procedures;
- reîntregirea familiei, identificată prin simbolul D/VF (family reunification, identified by D/VF symbol);
- Following German reunification, public investment into transport infrastructure contributed significantly to the region's economic transformation.
- As yet, a comprehensive settlement of the Cyprus problem and the reunification of the island have not been reached.
- The Council Directive 2003/86/EC  of 22 September 2003 on the right to family reunification; as far as provisions related to refugees are concerned;
- After German reunification, due to huge profit expectations, the Herlitz Group decided to enter the real estate business in Berlin and Brandenburg.
- Council Directive 2003/86/EC of 22 September 2003 on the right to family reunification , as far as provisions related to refugees are concerned;
- The Commission emphasises that, not only were the decisions authorising aid to Kvaerner Warnow Werft specific and unique but also the accompanying framework conditions arising from the German reunification.
- After German reunification a master plan was put in place for the development of Leipzig Airport as a civil airport which envisaged the future construction of a two-runway system as a basis for action.
- The European Council repeatedly underlined its strong preference for accession by a reunited Cyprus. As yet, a comprehensive settlement of the Cyprus problem and the reunification of the island have not been reached.
- Specific derogations to Council Directive 2003/86/EC of 22 September 2003 on the right to family reunification  should be provided for in order to reach this aim.
- German reunification resulted in strong demand for newly built apartments or private homes, which led to a shortage on the housing market in the new Länder and in the labour market region of Berlin.
- Favourable conditions for family reunification and for access to work for spouses should be a fundamental element of this Directive which aims to attract highly qualified third-country workers.
- Because matters relating to family reunification are a crucial factor in researchers’ decisions to choose the Community as the location for their research, Member States should facilitate the reunification of the researchers’ family members, for example with respect to access to the labour market and the possibility for family members to apply when they are legally present on the territory of the Member State concerned.
- Secondly, some of the exceptions provided for by the Treaty are clearly not applicable here, notably those provided for in Article 87(2), which covers aid having a social character, aid to make good the damage caused by natural disasters, and aid relating to German reunification.