Elsass


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Elsass

(ˈɛlzas)
n
(Placename) the German name for Alsace
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Noun1.Elsass - a region of northeastern France famous for its winesElsass - a region of northeastern France famous for its wines
France, French Republic - a republic in western Europe; the largest country wholly in Europe
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1 doubles team of Kevin Farin and Jayson Amos set the tone with a dominating 6-1 victory over Scott Elsass and Bradford Zitsch.
Silica accumulations have also been studied in soils on volcanic ash, for example in central Mexico (Miehlich 1991; Elsass et al.
Elsass P, Eikard B, Junge J, Lykke J, Staun P, Feldt-Rasmussen M.
We can see that other operators are also offering 4G/LTE access in Sweden, but with pay-per-MB and from our experience, we know that this creates runaway bills and dissatisfied customers," said David Elsass director of the private market in 3 Denmark.
Ayalon (1993) stressed the importance of family and social support for survivors of terrorist attacks in Israel, and Elsass (2001) demonstrated the effectiveness of community support and intervention among Peruvian war survivors.
Aoudjit H, Elsass F, Righi D, Robert D (1996) Mica weathering ill acidic soils by analytical electron microscopy.
The Bistro Gourmet offerings are: Provence, Mediterranee and Elsass.
On May 18, 2006, the Government approved a ministry of interior decision to disband the neo-Nazi group Elsass Korps.
On Kollwitzplatz, one does not simply eat and drink, one enjoys the "internationality of the Elsass kitchen" in a restaurant where President Clinton has eaten, appreciates the lifestyle of the Russian aristocracy, or relishes the feeling of consuming one's beer amid writers and dissidents.
Bradley (2004); Elsass and Veiga (1997); Jex and Spector (1996); Jimmieson and Terry (1993); Landsbergis, et al.
Investigating historical traffic routes and cart-ruts in Switzerland, Elsass (France) and Aosta Valley (Italy).
Best's Review contributor Sanford "Sandy" Elsass is chairman of the National Risk Retention Association and is president and CEO of Uni-Ter Underwriting Management Corp.