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A city of central Germany north of Nuremberg. A large, well-preserved medieval castle overlooks the city.
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(Cookery) (sometimes capital) a rounded loaf with a cross cut on the top. Also called: coburg loaf
[C19: apparently named in honour of Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, the name of the British royal family from 1901–1917]


(ˈkəʊbɜːɡ; German ˈkoːbʊrk)
(Placename) a city in E Germany, in N Bavaria. Pop: 42 257 (2003 est)
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(ˈkoʊ bɜrg)

a city in N Bavaria, in central Germany. 45,900.
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Sherlock Holmes," said Jabez Wilson, mopping his forehead; "I have a small pawnbroker's business at Coburg Square, near the City.
There is Mortimer's, the tobacconist, the little newspaper shop, the Coburg branch of the City and Suburban Bank, the Vegetarian Restaurant, and McFarlane's carriage-building depot.
And when, again upon the shore, we turned and saw from the vessel's mast her name signalled in flags of joyous colours, and fluttering by their side the beautiful American banner with its stars and stripes, - the long three thousand miles and more, and, longer still, the six whole months of absence, so dwindled and faded, that the ship had gone out and come home again, and it was broad spring already in the Coburg Dock at Liverpool.
My eye is yet filled with visions of the high-flounced, slovenly, and tumbled dresses in costly silk and satin, of the large unbecoming collars in expensive lace; of the ill-cut coats and strangely fashioned pantaloons which every Sunday, at the English service, filled the choirs of the chapel-royal, and after it, issuing forth into the square, came into disadvantageous contrast with freshly and trimly attired foreign figures, hastening to attend salut at the church of Coburg.) I had passed these pairs of Britons, and the groups of pretty British children, and the British footmen and waiting-maids; I had crossed the Place Royale, and got into the Rue Royale, thence I had diverged into the Rue de Louvain--an old and quiet street.
The introduction being completed, Miss Snevellicci's papa (who was scented with rum-and-water) said that he was delighted to make the acquaintance of a gentleman so highly talented; and furthermore remarked, that there hadn't been such a hit made--no, not since the first appearance of his friend Mr Glavormelly, at the Coburg.
"'Bank-thieves; the one that had the pot shots was the very brute I drove out of the bank at Coburg, with a bullet in him!"'
As the gangster movie Get Carter progressed with its busy filming schedule, screen star Michael Caine, his co-stars, a film crew, and the massed ranks of the Pelaw Hussars juvenile jazz band all descended on Coburg Street, Gateshead.
M2 EQUITYBITES-June 29, 2016-Caverion signs managed services contract with HUK Coburg in Germany
The state Department of Environmental Quality has issued the fine to Coburg Road Quarry for discharging untreated water from its site to the McKenzie River and operating without a discharge permit.
From next month until the end of October three royal residences in the Bavarian town of Coburg are preparing to welcome visitors from all over the world to the place that Victoria - our reigning queen's great-grandmother - once referred to as her "real home."
COBURG Group, which describes itself as a coffee roasting company, got the full treatment yesterday and saw its shares leap from 4.5p to 10p - a rise on the day of over 120 per cent.