Alsatia


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  • noun

Synonyms for Alsatia

a region of northeastern France famous for its wines

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T]he pa, like Alsatia of old, is a terra incognita under no supervision, which serves to conceal many a scene of the very worst debauchery.
This author had noted in an essay, 'The Alsatia of FATA' (April 1, 2009, AIRRA and Pakistan Link, California) that, "The US and NATO planners need a paradigm shift in their approach to handling the mess in FATA.
From Alsatia, Michael and Barbara Pfeiffer arrived in 1869 with four children.
When Germany annexed Alsatia, no individual German secured a single mark's worth of Alsatian property as the spoils of war," he wrote.
The benefit night for Shadwell's play The Squire of Alsatia (1688) netted the playwright 130[pounds sterling], and popular plays on good nights might bring in 100[pounds sterling].
German media company Bertelsmann announced on Friday (21 October) that it is to purchase the Alsatia Group, a bookshop chain based in France, in its second French bookshop chain acquisition this year.
Collectanea Ordinis Cisterciensium Reformatorum, 11 (1949), 147-48; Bernard de Clairvaux (Paris: Alsatia, 1953), p.
10) Josipovici here refers to an anonymous work of the German school that was painted around 1470 and is exhibited in the Unterlinden Museum in Colmar, Alsatia (oral communication).