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Soviet Union

significantly influenced by Russian , especially in vocabulary. In the south, the Romanian (Romanian language), Albanian (Albanian language) and Hungarian (Hungarian language) languages witness the influence of the neighboring Slavic nations, especially in the vocabulary pertaining to urban life, agriculture, crafts and trade—the major cultural innovations at times when few long-range cultural contacts took place. In each one of them Slavic lexical borrowings represent at least 20% of the overall


India

publisher Washingtonpost.com date accessdate 2009-07-17 are generally acknowledged as the entertainment and cultural superpowers, given their abilities to distribute their entertainment and cultural innovations worldwide


France

news url http: www.guardian.co.uk artanddesign 2002 jun 01 artsfeatures.features title The other superpower publisher www.guardian.co.uk date 2002-06-01 accessdate 2009-07-17 location London are generally acknowledged as the entertainment and cultural superpowers, given their abilities to distribute their entertainment and cultural innovations worldwide. Modern Age European powers From the 15th century to the early 18th century the five major powers


United States

jun 01 artsfeatures.features title The other superpower publisher www.guardian.co.uk date 2002-06-01 accessdate 2009-07-17 location London are generally acknowledged as the entertainment and cultural superpowers, given their abilities to distribute their entertainment and cultural innovations worldwide. From the late 18th century and during all the 19th century, there was an informal convention recognising '''Five Great Powers''' in Europe: France


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