Hildesheim


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Hil·des·heim

 (hĭl′dəs-hīm′, -dĕs-)
A city of central Germany south-southeast of Hanover. A member of the Hanseatic League, it passed to Hanover in 1813 and to Prussia in 1866.
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Hildesheim

(German ˈhɪldəshaim)
n
(Placename) a city in N central Germany, in Lower Saxony: a member of the Hanseatic League. Pop: 103 245 (2003 est)
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Hil•des•heim

(ˈhɪl dɛsˌhaɪm)

n.
a city in N central Germany. 106,095.
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"I'll be tellin' ye quick!" he answered, and stepping down to his cabin, produced a receipt signed "Immanuel Hildesheim." Burgen-strasse 16 was the address.
We found Hildesheim in his office, a Hebrew of rather the Adelphi Theatre type, with a nose like a sheep, and a fez.
The proof of this, is the letter of instructions sent ot Immanuel Hildesheim to clear and take away the box before sunrise.
Hildesheim cleared the box, took it off, and gave it to Skinsky.
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