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Al·sace

 (ăl-săs′, -sās′)
A region and former province of eastern France between the Rhine River and the Vosges Mountains. Along with neighboring Lorraine, it was annexed by Germany in 1871 after the Franco-Prussian War and returned to France by the Treaty of Versailles (1919).
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Alsace

(ælˈsæs; French alzas)
n
(Placename) a region and former province of NE France, between the Vosges mountains and the Rhine: famous for its wines. Area: 8280 sq km (3196 sq miles). Ancient name: Alsatia German name: Elsass
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Al•sace

(ælˈsæs, -ˈseɪs, ˈæl sæs, -seɪs)

n.
1. a region and former province of NE France, between the Vosges mountains and the Rhine.
2. a metropolitan region in NE France. 1,624,000; 3196 sq. mi. (8280 sq. km). Cap.: Strasbourg.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Alsace - a region of northeastern France famous for its winesAlsace - 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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Translations
Elsass
AlsaceElzas
Alzacja

Alsace

[ˈælsæs] NAlsacia f
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Alsace

[ælˈsæs] nAlsace f
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Alsace

ndas Elsass
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Alsace

[ælˈsæs] nl'Alsazia
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Rohmer founded the company in her local village in Alsace, France in 1994, naming it Les Jardins de Gaia after the Greek Goddess of Earth, Mother Nature.
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This year, 77 groups or "combos" participated in the event which included people from as far away as Alsace, France.
Isabelle Daza celebrated Christmas with her husband Adrien Semblat in Weitbruch, Alsace, France. Their marriage was just two months old back then.
SENFA, the Alsace, France based Technical Textiles division of the Chargeurs Group, is helping graphics businesses to diversify into textiles without having to immediately invest in new equipment.
Kaspars Jansons trained at some of the world's best restaurants; the world's best restaurant of 2014 and three Michelin star restaurant Noma (Copenhagen), three Michelin star restaurant Braiersbronn (Germany), and two Michelin star restaurant La Table de Gourmet (Alsace, France)."
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Gewurztraminer (the prefix gewurz translates to spiciness in German) is a perfect Indian summer wine if you've tired of light, neutral whites - try the Belmonte Gewurztraminer 2014, Marlborough, New Zealand (PS11.99, www.virginwines.co.uk) | Not as well-known as Riesling and Gewurztraminer, pinot blanc is faintly floral and creamy with subtle spice and just enough lively acidity - check out Josmeyer Pinot Blanc Mise Du Printemps 2014, Alsace, France (PS11.50, www.
The whole idea matched with my temperament just as the philosophy of working with an openminded attitude." Having began his career at the age of 16 from the kitchen of the famous Auberge de l'ill, an outstanding establishment owned by famous French chef and restaurateur Paul Haseberlin in Alsace, France, with 3 Michelin stars, Bossert gained experience under the mentoring of some of the most prestigious chefs like Alain Ducasse, Emile Jung, Dominique Lestanc, Christian Willer, Jacques Chibois, Michel Trama, Christian Moret to name a few.