Waadt


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Waadt

(vat)
n
(Placename) the German name for Vaud
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Vaud

(voʊ)

n.
a canton in W Switzerland. 605,677; 1239 sq. mi. (3210 sq. km). Cap.: Lausanne. German, Waadt.
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In 2017, Ruta 27's equivalent Weighted Average Annual Daily Traffic (WAADT) reached 54,867 vehicles, representing a growth of 3.8%, which was lower than 2016's growth of 4.5% and Fitch's expectation at 55,590 vehicles and 5.2% growth rate.
[6.] Dinkel A, Herschbach P, Berg P, Waadt S, Duran G, Engst-Hastreiter U, et al.
Our findings are in line with previous research (Sultan, Heurtier-Hartemann, and Heurtier-Hartemann, 2001; Herschbach, Duran, Waadt, Zettler, and Amch, 1997; Povey and Clark-Carter, 2007; Boule, Haddad, Kenny, Wells, and Sigal, 2001; ADA, 2009; Odegard and Capoccia, 2007; Deakin, McShane, Cade, and Williams, 2005).
The first one used data obtained by the ascent of meteorological balloons at Payerne (Kanton Waadt, distance to the location of the rescue operations 75 - 100 km).