Rhineland


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Rhine·land

 (rīn′lănd′, -lənd)
A region along the Rhine River in western Germany. It includes noted vineyards and highly industrial sections north of Bonn and Cologne.

Rhineland

(ˈraɪnˌlænd; -lənd)
n
(Placename) the region of Germany surrounding the Rhine. German name: Rheinland

Rhine•land

(ˈraɪnˌlænd, -lənd)

n.
1. that part of Germany W of the Rhine.
German, Rheinland.
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Noun1.Rhineland - a picturesque region of Germany around the Rhine river
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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Rhineland

[ˈraɪnlənd] NRenania f
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He lounged through Belgium and Holland and the Rhineland, through Switzerland and Northern Italy, planning about nothing, but seeing everything.
The large towns, the sparse hamlets, the wide landscape of the Cevennes, are for his books what the Rhineland is to those delightful authors, Messrs.
To lay down the pen and even to think of that beautiful Rhineland makes one happy.
Residents of the Rhineland town of Mainz were ordered by police "to keep their windows shut and stay clear of balconies to 'avoid misunderstandings,'" reported the February 21 Financial Times.
Born in Rhineland, earned his first money as a designer in Berlin.
The Rhineland Regional Museum started as long ago as the 1820s, and has accumulated a distinguished collection ranging from the 40000 year old skeleton of Neanderthal man to contemporary artworks.
Campaign Participation Credit World War II Central Europe Rhineland
Landesbank Nordrhein-Westfalen is owned by the State of North Rhine-Westphalia, the Regional Associations of the Rhineland and Westphalia-Lippe, and the Savings and Giro Associations of the Rhineland and Westphalia-Lippe.
lThere is a possibility of a royal runner in the Derby after the success of English Harbour (Ian Balding/Willie Carson) over Rhineland (Peter Walwyn/Pat Eddery) in the ten-furlong conditions race at Bath.
When Hitler contemplated retaking the Rhineland, for instance, Neurath boldly contradicted the Fuhrer's other advisers and urged him to move ahead, secure in the knowledge (through reports he'd gathered but not shared) that France wasn't prepared to protect the area.
But surely, with such a big ministerial team at the new all singing, all dancing DEFRA, one of the ministers could have gone to the Rhineland to support our supliers?
On 12 Dec 2000, 25 members of the NDTA Rhineland Pfalz Chapter, lead by Lt.