Moravia


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Mo·ra·vi·a

 (mə-rā′vē-ə, mō-)
A region of the central and eastern Czech Republic. Settled by a Slavic people at the end of the sixth century ad, it became an independent kingdom in 870, fell to the Magyars in 906 and later to the Bohemians, came under the rule of the Austrian Habsburgs in 1526, and was incorporated into Czechoslovakia in 1918.

Moravia

(məˈreɪvɪə; mɒ-)
n
(Placename) a region of the Czech Republic around the Morava River, bounded by the Bohemian-Moravian Highlands, the Sudeten Mountains, and the W Carpathians: became a separate Austrian crownland in 1848; part of Czechoslovakia 1918–92; valuable mineral resources. Czech name: Morava German name: Mähren

Moravia

(Italian moˈraːvja)
n
(Biography) Alberto (alˈbɛrto), pen name of Alberto Pincherle. 1907–90, Italian novelist and short-story writer: his works include The Time of Indifference (1929), The Woman of Rome (1949), The Lie (1966), and Erotic Tales (1985)

Mo•ra•vi•a

(mɔˈreɪ vi ə, -ˈrɑ-, moʊ-)

n.
1. Alberto (Alberto Pincherle), 1907–90, Italian writer.
2. Czech, Morava. a region in the E Czech Republic: former province of Austria.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Moravia - a region in the central and eastern part of the Czech RepublicMoravia - a region in the central and eastern part of the Czech Republic; it lies to the east of Bohemia and to the west of the Carpathians
Czech Republic - a landlocked republic in central Europe; separated from Slovakia in 1993
Translations

Moravia

[məˈreɪvɪə] NMoravia f

Moravia

nMähren nt
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Si en el Morro vivian con las puertas abiertas, sin percepciones de inseguridad ni miedo a los robos, y alli la acera y la calle eran la extension de la casa --lo que es posible evidenciar recorriendo las calles de Moravia u otto barrio similar--, en los apartamentos se encierran entre rejas por inseguridad y por miedo a los hurtos.
Indies Records has taken another significant step in reflecting folk music in Moravia by releasing a four-album compilation aiming to present the forms and transformation of folk music-making in the early 21st century in large and small regions of Moravia.
On the 15th of November his body was meant to be transported from Prague back to his home in Moravia.
1856: Sigmund Freud, father of psychoanalysis, was born in Freiberg, Moravia (now Czech Republic).
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El 26 de septiembre de 1990 fallecio en Roma, Alberto Moravia, narrador, ensayista, dramaturgo, editor y periodista que en 1929 habia surgido a la fama con una novela que se constituiria en paradigma de modernidad en los lenguajes narrativos y en la critica a la decadencia burguesa: Los indiferentes.
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His biography of Riedemann paints a colorful and illustrative picture of the life of communal Anabaptists who found a haven in Moravia and offers a detailed model for classifying and assessing Hutterite life in the second generation.
El articulo hace una resena de las estructuras volcanicas basalticas, pliocuaternarias, que se encuentran en la vertiente del Caribe de la cordillera de Talamanca entre los rios Reventazon y Chirripo, tomando dos ejemplos, la caldera de Barbilla y la caldera de Moravia.
Pensioners Brenda Warburton, 78, and Ellen Sedgley, 67, both live at McCarthy & Stone's Moravia Court and are enjoying retirement life in the picturesque Morayshire town.
El basurero a cielo abierto conocido como el Morro de Moravia se desgino como el sitio de disposicion final de los residuos de la ciudad de Medellin y opero durante 1970 a 1984.
Elkann, who co-wrote an interview-biography with Moravia himself, declares: "Tu [.