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Saxe

(saks)
n
(Placename) the French name for Saxony

Saxe

(French saks)
n
(Biography) Hermann Maurice (ɛrman mɔris), comte de Saxe. 1696–1750, French marshal born in Saxony: he distinguished himself in the War of the Austrian Succession (1740–48)

sax•o•ny

(ˈsæk sə ni)

n.
1. a fine, three-ply woolen yarn.
2. a soft-finish, compact fabric for coats.
[1825–35; from Saxony]

Sax•o•ny

(ˈsæk sə ni)

n.
1. a state in E central Germany. 4,900,000; 6561 sq. mi. (16,990 sq. km). Cap.: Dresden.
2. a former state of the Weimar Republic in E central Germany. 5788 sq. mi. (14,990 sq. km). Cap.: Dresden.
3. a medieval division of N Germany with varying boundaries: extended at its height from the Rhine to E of the Elbe. German, Sachsen; French, Saxe.
Sax•o′ni•an (-ˈsoʊ ni ən) n., adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Saxe - a French marshal who distinguished himself in the War of the Austrian Succession (1696-1750)Saxe - a French marshal who distinguished himself in the War of the Austrian Succession (1696-1750)
2.Saxe - an area in Germany around the upper Elbe riverSaxe - an area in Germany around the upper Elbe river; the original home of the Saxons
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The Prince of Saxe Leinitzer twirled his heavy moustache and sank into a chair between the two women.
When she went into Kitty's little room, a pretty, pink little room, full of knick-knacks in vieux saxe, as fresh, and pink, and white, and gay as Kitty herself had been two months ago, Dolly remembered how they had decorated the room the year before together, with what love and gaiety.
Our study offers the first solid evidence that functional MRI scans of brain entropy are a new means to understanding human intelligence," says study lead investigator Glenn Saxe, MD, a professor in child and adolescent psychiatry at NYU School of Medicine and a member of NYU Langone Health's Neuroscience Institute.
Saxe joined Atlantic Trust in 2003 from Ernst & Young LLP.
In the past, fusion was based on precise scientific models that required significant expertise to develop--which was fine and even desirable for safety critical applications such as airplane autopilots," says Saxe.
Numerous Baruch-trained accountants have gone on to make significant contributions to the profession; such alumni include Emanuel Saxe, class of 1923; Abraham Briloff, double alumnus, classes of 1937 and 1941; and Bert Mitchell, double alumnus, classes of 1963 and 1968.
Contractors and property owners may not be getting all they are entitled to from their property coverage in the case of faulty work-manship, according to policyholder's attorney TRACY ALAN SAXE, with Saxe Doernberger & Vita, P.
A memorial service for Ms Saxe will be held in Worcester, MA 04/12/20014 at 1:00 PM at the First Unitarian Church, followed by a luncheon at the Coral Seafood Restaurant.
Leonard Saxe, "It never ceases to amaze me how the Jewish community is looking for the negative spin, the oy gevalt
After finalizing the last details Mayor Bernd Saxe, Dr Christian Becker, CEO of the STAWAG, and Evert den Boer, Senior Vice President at DONG Energy announced that the concrete cooperation between STAWAG and the Stadtwerke LE-beck will start this September.
Le president allemand Joachim Gauck a consacre sa journee d'hier dimanche a une visite dans les villes touchees par les inondations en Saxe et en Saxe-Anhalt.