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Synonyms for grison

carnivore of Central America and South America resembling a weasel with a greyish-white back and dark underparts

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2]) with prevalence estimates of 0% were found in Switzerland (Saint Gall, Liechtenstein, and Grisons, respectively) (14).
This cozy, Romansh-speaking village in the heart of Grison Alps, located between Davos and St Moritz, can be reached from Zurich by car or train in two and a half hours.
Zurich, Nidwalden, Glarus, Solothurn, Appenzell Ausserrhoden, Grisons, Basel-Country, Thurgau, Valais and Jura.
The study made use of an online questionnaire (programmed with Unipark), which was send to all regional tourism directors in the Alpine regions of the Tirol, South Tirol, Bavaria and Grisons.
At least the agreement will allow us to continue production on our territory" of certain famous exports, such as Gruyere or viande des Grisons, or of products likely to become famous products (air-dried Valais meat, saucisson from the Canton of Vaud, etc).
9) In the catalogue, Giacometti was presented as 'a sculptor and painter who has shown at the Venice Biennale with his French colleagues from the School of Paris, but who returns every year to his village in the Grisons [Graubunden] Alps.
Swiss Catonal Police, however, said that no one was injured in the incident in the Grisons area of the city.
Its enormous geographic extension of about 560 miles (900 kilometers) from Markirch (Sainte-Marie-aux-Mines) in the west to Austerlitz (Slavkov u Brna) in the east and of more than 215 miles (350 kilometers) from Ilanz in the Grisons to Waiblingen in Wurttemberg becomes evident if one visualizes the connections between the senders and recipients of the letters of the Kunstbuch dating from 1540 to 1555.
Family Mustelidae which also includes weasels, martens, polecats, badgers, skunks, grisons and minks.
As late as 1780, two years before the last European execution for witchcraft, an inquisitor in Bergamo in northern Italy went to great lengths to secure the release of a witch whom secular authorities in the Grisons had arrested and brutally tortured.
Financial services investment bank Grisons Peak, and alternative assets advisory business IGS Group, have launched a 50-50 joint-venture for offering alternative asset management restructuring.
In Grisons, Switzerland, there was a ban on automobiles until 1925.
DAVOS - This resort lies in the heart of the Grisons region and offers over 300km of world-class skiing suitable for all grades.
The final group, those who speak Romansch, in the Grisons, or Graubunden, the thinly populated areas in the east, remain a linguistic curiosity.