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Bis·marck

 (bĭz′märk′)
The capital of North Dakota, in the south-central part of the state on hills overlooking the Missouri River. It was originally a camp for laborers building the Northern Pacific Railroad.

Bismarck

(ˈbɪzmɑːk)
n
(Placename) a city in North Dakota, on the Missouri River: the state capital. Pop: 56 344 (2003 est)

Bismarck

(German ˈbɪsmark)
n
(Biography) Prince Otto (Eduard Leopold) von (ˈɔto fɔn), called the Iron Chancellor. 1815–98, German statesman; prime minister of Prussia (1862–90). Under his leadership Prussia defeated Austria and France, and Germany was united. In 1871 he became the first chancellor of the German Reich

Bis•marck

(ˈbɪz mɑrk)

n.
1. Otto von, 1815–98, German statesman: first chancellor of modern German Empire 1871–90.
2. the capital of North Dakota, in the central part. 44,485.
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Noun1.Bismarck - German statesman under whose leadership Germany was united (1815-1898)Bismarck - German statesman under whose leadership Germany was united (1815-1898)
2.Bismarck - capital of the state of North DakotaBismarck - capital of the state of North Dakota; located in south central North Dakota overlooking the Missouri river
North Dakota, Peace Garden State, ND - a state of north central United States bordering on Canada
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Waller, "Wirtsehaft, Machtkampfund personliche Rivalitat in der Aussenpolitik Bismarcks vom Berliner Kongress bis zum Abschluss des Zweibundes," in: R.
3 and Table 2), with the exception of high zinc concentrations in some archaeological pieces, which were also noted in archaeological pieces assigned to sources in the Bismarcks. It is unclear at present what accounts for these occasional elevated zinc concentrations, which were noted in none of the analyzed geological specimens.
The statues of the Napoleons, Bismarcks, Lincolns, and Lenins of that world will come down, and the cities and streets named after them will be renamed.
1987 erregte Die Welt als Wille und Wahn, eine historische Studie von Niklaus Meienberg uber die mit den Bismarcks verwandte Familie Wille, viel Aufsehen.
Its agents prefer the more frugal and efficient practice of stealing elections, gagging the voice of the Democratic minority in Congress, slandering people who presume to doubt either its wisdom or its virtue, conducting the business of government behind closed doors, alone with its Bibles and its pet Bismarcks in soundproof rooms.
In December, the squadron moved to Bougainville and later to Green Island, and conducted combat operations over the Solomons and the Bismarcks with their F4U-1 Corsair fighters.
His "Bismarcks" - horses he thinks may sink without trace - get beaten with commendable regularity, but this week there has been a storm in an egg cup over Norski Lad, who was pulled up when favourite at Sandown last week.
(8.) Gerhard Lebmbruch, "Ein sp[ddot{a}]ter Sieg Bismarcks," Der B[ddot{u}]rger im staat 29 (1: 1979): 34-37.
6 Annemarie Lange, Berlin zur Zeit Bebels und Bismarcks (Berlin, 1972), 111.
Motormouth bookie Barry Dennis took my bets with a smile (don't they all) and my wagers went down like his trademark Bismarcks.
Class and class consciousness (and conflict) are a powerful and recurrent presence, while the traditional `Great Men' of history, the Napoleons and Bismarcks, the Lincolns, Gandhis and Stalins, are held firmly in place by an author not greatly enamoured of biography or the insights of psychology.