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Ör·e·bro

 (œ′rə-bro͞o′)
A city of south-central Sweden west of Stockholm. Known since the 11th century, it has often been the site of national assemblies.
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Örebro

(Swedish œːrəˈbruː)
n
(Placename) a town in S Sweden: one of Sweden's oldest towns; scene of the election of Jean Bernadotte as heir to the throne in 1810. Pop: 126 940 (2004 est)
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Ö•re•bro

(ˌœ rəˈbru)

n.
a city in S Sweden. 119,066.
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