Seeland


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Seeland

(ˈzeːlant)
n
(Placename) the German name for Zealand
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Noun1.Seeland - the largest island of Denmark and the site of Copenhagen
Danmark, Denmark, Kingdom of Denmark - a constitutional monarchy in northern Europe; consists of the mainland of Jutland and many islands between the North Sea and the Baltic Sea
Zealander - a native or inhabitant of Zealand
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in the princely tomb near Varpelev on southern Seeland, Denmark, and in Welwyn Garden City, one of the wealthiest Iron Age burials found in Britain (Powers 1967; Schonfelder 1994, 217).
Becker H, Muller-Vahl KR, Seeland I, Gielsdorf D, Schedlowski M, Emrich
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In: Forests, Trees and Human Health (Nilsson K, Sangster M, Gallis C, Hartig T, de Vries S, Seeland K, et al.
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Jensen was born in 1907 on a Danish island called Seeland.
Schneider U, Bevilacqua C, Jacobs R, Karst M, Dietrich DE, Becker H, Muller-Vahl KR, Seeland I, Gielsdorf D, Schedlowski M, Emrich HM.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Venezuela's Ambassador to Hungary Raul Jose Betancourt Seeland praised Syria and its leadership for supporting the struggling nations and the world liberation movements.
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