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Leip·zig

 (līp′sĭg, -sĭk, -tsĭk)
A city of east-central Germany south-southwest of Berlin. Originally a Slavic settlement, it developed by the early Middle Ages into a major commercial and cultural center.
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Leipzig

(ˈlaɪpsɪɡ; German ˈlaiptsɪç)
n
(Placename) a city in E central Germany, in Saxony: famous fairs, begun about 1170; publishing and music centre; university (1409); scene of a decisive defeat for Napoleon Bonaparte in 1813. Pop: 497 531 (2003 est)
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Leip•zig

(ˈlaɪp sɪg, -sɪk)

n.
a city in E central Germany. 545,307.
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Noun1.Leipzig - a city in southeastern Germany famous for fairsLeipzig - a city in southeastern Germany famous for fairs; formerly a music and publishing center
Deutschland, FRG, Germany, Federal Republic of Germany - a republic in central Europe; split into East Germany and West Germany after World War II and reunited in 1990
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References in classic literature ?
Gaisford, Oxford, 1814-1820; Leipzig, 1823 (with scholia: in
For the "Fragments" of Hesiodic poems the work of Markscheffel, "Hesiodi Fragmenta" (Leipzig, 1840), is most valuable: important also is Kinkel's "Epicorum Graecorum Fragmenta" I (Leipzig, 1877) and the editions of Rzach noticed above.
Matthiae, Leipzig, 1806 (with the "Battle of the Frogs and Mice").
Following a suggestion derived from Semon ("Die Mneme," Leipzig,
1921; "Die mnemischen Empfindungen," Leipzig, l909), we will give the name of "mnemic phenomena" to those responses of an organism which, so far as hitherto observed facts are concerned, can only be brought under causal laws by including past occurrences in the history of the organism as part of the causes of the present response.
"Not to-day, love--some other time, when my trunks arrive from Leipzig, whence I came to this place--and a little drawing of him, which I made in happy days."
Hans said that she advertised one at Leipzig, and the Burschen took many tickets.
Group G: Lyon v Zenit (18:55 CET), Benfica v Leipzig
MUNICH: RB Leipzig CEO Oliver Mintzlaff admitted on Saturday that Bayern Munich target Timo Werner is on the verge of leaving the club.Germany striker Werner joined Leipzig in 2016 and has scored 59 goals in 108 games for the Bundesliga side.
Bundesliga leaders Borussia Dortmund travel east to face RB Leipzig on Saturday.
CELTIC were handed a tough group-stage draw and their chances of a top-two finish could recede with a loss to Leipzig in Germany.