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adj, n
(Placename) a variant spelling of Tyrolean
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Noun1.Tirolean - soft green felt hat with a feather or brush cockadetirolean - soft green felt hat with a feather or brush cockade
chapeau, hat, lid - headdress that protects the head from bad weather; has shaped crown and usually a brim
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The five-star A-ROSA Kitzbuhel hoteloverlooks the course, with beautiful Tirolean style turrets, shingle roof and natural stone bay windows.
Tokyo has also agreed to recognise more than 200 "geographic signifiers", allowing iconic European products like Roquefort cheese, Tirolean speck and Polish "Wodka" to protect their brand value.
So it was a real treat to be able to visit Hippach, Kaltenbach and Zell am Ziller on board the dinky red train which scooted up and down the pretty Tirolean valley, all free of charge with the Superskipass.
In Mayrhofen, Austria, at just 633 meters in the Tirolean Alps of Austria, winter snow cover has dwindled to nearly nothing over the past 30 years, and that pattern is widespread across Austria, Marc Olefs, a climate researcher with the with the Austrian Central Institute for Meteorology and Geodynamics (ZAMG) tells DW.
At PS1,334, the Tirolean resort has overtaken Sestriere and moved up one place to fourth in the Family Ski Resort Report table on the back of a marginal (-0.5%) fall in prices.
INNSBRUCK (November 11 - December 6) FROM the middle of November the Tirolean capital's Old Town market is a truly festive sight.
Bavarian music and dance includes the Apline Echoes Band, the Tirolean Dancers, the Scandia Dancers.
From the middle of November until January, the Tirolean capital's Old Town market is a truly festive sight.
The music recorded is not Tirolean but Italian: the first compact disc demonstrates the organ in a liturgical context while on the second the organ is played as a solo instrument.
Works like the "Schnitter" (Reaper) by the Tirolean painter Albin Egger-Lienz reveal the depth of creative potential within the brief Modern period at the start of last century.