Aare


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Aa·re

 (är′ə) or Aar (är)
A river of central and northern Switzerland rising in the Bernese Alps and flowing about 295 km (185 mi) to join the Rhine River at the Swiss-German border.

Aar•e

(ˈɑr ə) also Aar (ɑr)
n.
a river in central Switzerland, flowing N to the Rhine. 175 mi. (280 km) long.
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Noun1.Aare - a river in north central Switzerland that runs northeast into the RhineAare - a river in north central Switzerland that runs northeast into the Rhine
Schweiz, Suisse, Svizzera, Swiss Confederation, Switzerland - a landlocked federal republic in central Europe
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The compact old town, built on a peninsula formed by the Aare, is a maze of streets with sandstone buildings and red tiled roofs, ideal for leisurely exploration, dotted with outdoor cafes where you can watch the world go by.
The Aare plays a key part in city life; locals and visitors enjoy pleasant waterside walks, while others drift downstream on inflatables.
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Also representing Tranzon Driggers at the convention were President David Bradshaw, AARE, Vice Presidents Walt Driggers, CAI, AARE, Jon Barber, CAI, and Lic.
Three of these species are listed as critically endangered according to international classifications, while the fourth one - the Sterlet - aare listed as vulnerable but their condition is estimated as very bad,a Kavrakova said.
we are also seeing aare also seeing a w reduction in length of stay where mental health issues may be preventing patients from going home.