Schwarzwald


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Schwarzwald

(German ˈʃvartsvalt)
n
(Placename) the German name for the Black Forest

Black′ For′est


n.
a wooded mountain region in SW Germany. German, Schwarzwald.
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Noun1.Schwarzwald - a hilly forest region in southwestern GermanySchwarzwald - a hilly forest region in southwestern Germany
Deutschland, FRG, Germany, Federal Republic of Germany - a republic in central Europe; split into East Germany and West Germany after World War II and reunited in 1990
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Sunday's match at Freiburg's Schwarzwald Stadion, where the hosts are unbeaten in their last six games, will have plenty of other talking points.
Summary: Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], Jan 19 (ANI): Bringing the fantastic blend of unique savoury and premiumness to the Indian gin segment, Pernod Ricard India on Friday announced the launch of its handcrafted Schwarzwald Dry Gin - Monkey 47 in India.
If by chance attendees need a break from whisky, they can sample Monkey 47 Schwarzwald Dry Gin, Plantation Rum or Grey Goose Vodka.
Schwarzwald, to give the area its German name, is also the location of the source of the River Danube, which rises there.
Recently, he played in India for the second time at the India International Centre with his jazz compatriots, the Ehud Ettun Trio that includes Daniel Schwarzwald and Nathan Blankett as well.
So eroffneten sich fur WiNo mit dem Nationalpark Schwarzwald, der nur ein Jahr vor Beginn des Reallabors ins Leben gerufen worden war, grosse Chancen, aber auch gewisse Risiken.
Hinkin & Schriescheim, 1989; Finkelstein, 1992; Raven, Schwarzwald, & Koslowsky, 1998).
Enfeuziar in (28) is a common JS word which has no equivalent form in Spanish (Quintana 2006: 337-343, 529-553; Schwarzwald 2012: 25).
The things that mattered to him were his pens, the paper he wrote on, his books, the spring and pump outside his window in Todtnauberg, the topography of the Schwarzwald as described by one of his favorite writers, Adalbert Stifter (11)--and above all his voice, what Richard Wisser (1958), referring to Heidegger, termed la voix qui pense.
Over 22 miles and about an hour of the elevated Route 500, the Schwarzwald Hochstrasse (Black Forest High Road), one of the most stunning of the sweeping roads through one of Europe's most beautiful wooded regions, with views of the Rhine Valley, Alsace and the Vosges Mountains.
Her publications include monographs on Genia Schwarzwald (1999) and the exclusion of Jewish pupils from Austrian schools after the Anschluss (2009), as well as a co-edited collection on Freud and the critical legacy of psychoanalysis (2007).