Rhineland


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Synonyms for Rhineland

a picturesque region of Germany around the Rhine river

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In spite of their limited resources, British officials in Cologne and elsewhere also played a major role in checking French ambitions physically to dismember Germany and create an independent state in the Rhineland (248).
It was witnessed by authorities from DOTR and MRT-3 management, representatives from TUV Rhineland, and members of MRT-3's Joint ADB-Australia Aid Advisory Panel.
In 1969 he became prime minister of the Rhineland State and he took over the reins of the CDU four years later.
This essay on Rhineland popular culture is first-rate 'bottoms up' history despite the author's allowing methodology on occasion to eclipse the new light that he sheds on his story, the revolutions of 1848.
You'll love the spectacular Rhineland scenery with towering castles overlooking the river, dramatic gorges plunging down to the waters below, steeply terraced vineyards and the friendly atmosphere in the lively Rhineside villages.
James Brophy's highly engaging book explores the politicization of Rhineland peasants, artisans, and other common folk over the course of the early nineteenth century.
The cult of the Matronae in the Roman Rhineland; an historical evaluation of the archaeological evidence.
One of the key reasons why Ford has achieved the top mark is because of its initiating a certification process through a third party, TUV Rhineland Group (www.tuv.com/de/en/index.html).
I must differ with Peter Neville ('The Dirty A-Word', April 2006) when he says that 'the status of the Czech Sudetenland in 1938 was plainly no more a vital British national interest than the Rhineland had been in 1936.' Once the French decided on a defensive strategy based on the Maginot Line, the status of the Rhineland was no longer of military significance.
Rhineland Arms of Lewisville, Texas, is one of those hot beds of innovation.
IN OTHER HONEYWELL NEWS: The company announced its newest safety management system, Safety Manager, is the first safety-instrumented system (SIS) to earn certification from TUV Rhineland for Safety Integrity Level (SIL) 3 applications.
Residents of the Rhineland town of Mainz were ordered by police "to keep their windows shut and stay clear of balconies to 'avoid misunderstandings,'" reported the February 21 Financial Times.
The Rhineland Regional Museum started as long ago as the 1820s, and has accumulated a distinguished collection ranging from the 40000 year old skeleton of Neanderthal man to contemporary artworks.
Landesbank Nordrhein-Westfalen is owned by the State of North Rhine-Westphalia, the Regional Associations of the Rhineland and Westphalia-Lippe, and the Savings and Giro Associations of the Rhineland and Westphalia-Lippe.
The so-called "Retrofit Program" of the lignite power plants of RWE Rheinbraun AG, the German Rhineland brown coal miner and power generator, has been completed with the bringing back into operation of a generating block at its Niederaussem power plant.