Coblenz


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Co·blenz

 (kō′blĕnts′)
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Coblenz

(German ˈkoːblɛnts)
n
(Placename) a variant spelling of Koblenz
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Co•blenz

or Ko•blenz

(ˈkoʊ blɛnts)

n.
a city in W Germany, at the junction of the Rhine and Moselle rivers. 110,300.
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At Coblenz we had a lovely time, for some students from Bonn, with whom Fred got acquainted on the boat, gave us a serenade.
Hatched by bureaucrat William Coblenz, an assistant director with the public information division of the Department of Justice, the seven-car Freedom Train carried more than 130 original documents and iconic objects in a move designed to inspire the nation.
Residents of Otjiwarongo are mourning the death of land activist Benjamin Khairabeb, who passed away suddenly last week at Coblenz settlement.
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Handbuch fur Reisende (Coblenz: Baedecker, 1853), p.
CEO Nancy Coblenz, a successful techpreneur and business disruptor who created RRM in January 2017, conducts numerous exclusive interviews with rebels involved in a variety of fields.
Cardiff Arms Park Male Choir sang in wonderful venues such as Cologne and Ghent Cathedrals and stayed in picturesque and historical towns like Coblenz, Valkenburg and Bruges.
She described this duty as "not particularly exciting." When offered the choice to remain in Paris or assignment to the Army of Occupation at Coblenz, Germany, Banker chose to leave Paris.
Schalen und Tassen spielten bei den Bestattungsfeierlichkeiten (,Libationsriten') eine besondere Rolle (Coblenz & Nebelsick 1997, 17 ff.; Ender 2000, 23 ff.).
It was Henle's privilege to witness the origin and development of some of his compositions, and the musician became so attached to the scientist, that when he passed through Coblenz, he paid a special visit to Henle's family.
In the JSC category, JG van der Wath Secondary School received a bronze certificate while silver went to Coblenz Combined School.