Schwarzwald


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Schwarzwald

(German ˈʃvartsvalt)
n
(Placename) the German name for the Black Forest

Black′ For′est


n.
a wooded mountain region in SW Germany. German, Schwarzwald.
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Noun1.Schwarzwald - a hilly forest region in southwestern GermanySchwarzwald - a hilly forest region in southwestern Germany
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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Germany's Schwarzwald region is known in English as what?
Word formation in Hebrew relies highly on non-concatenative morphology (Berman 1978, 1987; Bolozky 1978, 1999a; Schwarzwald 1981, 2002; Ornan 1983, 2003; Goldenberg 1985; Ravid 1990; Aronoff 1994, among others).
Richard Schwarzwald is named Global Head of Quality, succeeding Garberding in the role...Today's announcements further align our leadership structure to the achievement of the targets set out in our five-year plan.
Which mountainous area is known as Schwarzwald in German?
The five overseas gins are; Gin Mare (Spain), Roku (Japan), Monkey 47 Schwarzwald Dry Gin (Germany), Sharish Blue Magic Gin (Portugal) and Malfy Gin Con Limone (Italy).
MONKEY 47 Schwarzwald Dry Gin, named after the mysterious German Schwarzwald or Black Forest where it's made, is changing the game.
He is known for lecturing his players on current affairs as much as football and Freiburg regularly punch above their weight under his stewardship.Sunday's match at Freiburg's Schwarzwald Stadion, where the hosts are unbeaten in their last six games, will have plenty of other talking points.
Summary: Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], Jan 19 (ANI): Bringing the fantastic blend of unique savoury and premiumness to the Indian gin segment, Pernod Ricard India on Friday announced the launch of its handcrafted Schwarzwald Dry Gin - Monkey 47 in India.
Recently, he played in India for the second time at the India International Centre with his jazz compatriots, the Ehud Ettun Trio that includes Daniel Schwarzwald and Nathan Blankett as well.
So eroffneten sich fur WiNo mit dem Nationalpark Schwarzwald, der nur ein Jahr vor Beginn des Reallabors ins Leben gerufen worden war, grosse Chancen, aber auch gewisse Risiken.
Collins left the Royal Air Force in 1951 and moved to the Black Forest (Schwarzwald), driven by the desire to learn the art of watch-making.
Baum, however, made her career in Germany, so is hardly a suitable example, and Silverman barely mentions such prominent Jewish women as the salon hostess Berta Zuckerkandl, the journalist and novelist Lili K6rber, and the social worker Eugenie Schwarzwald. The recent biography of the latter by Deborah Holmes, Langeweile ist Gift.