Dresden

[ US /ˈdɹɛzdɪn/ ]
NOUN
  1. a city in southeastern Germany on the Elbe River; it was almost totally destroyed by British air raids in 1945
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  • Vonnegut thinks that the traditional novel that follows the causal hypothesis and the ossified notions of time and contents is not suitable to represent the illogical subject—the Dresden destruction.
  • He became interested in freestyle climbing in the early 1970s after meeting some alpinists near Dresden who demonstrated that the true appeal of rock climbing lay in the difficulty of the face, not the altitude of the peak. Obituary: Freestyle mountain climber Kurt Albert dies of injuries from fall
  • DRESDEN -- When people come home to Dresden for the holiday on Saturday, they will find the village has been transformed by the glow of the Christmas lights. zanesvilletimesrecorder.com - Local News
  • Regarded on two continents as today's premier interpreter of Wagner, he arrived in 2004 to take over the Philharmonic, and now, in the wake of an unrenewed contract a few years ago, he is going to Dresden's Staatskapelle. Conducting a Transfer of Power
  • “Dropping flares is much worse than destroying Dresden.” Matthew Yglesias » Counterinsurgency by Air
  • Of particular importance are the four surviving codices from the Yucatan area (the Dresden, Paris, Madrid, and Grolier). Mesoamerican Religion: Symbolism of the Gods Part One
  • Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Dresden, the Blitz, Coventry and Caen, the gas chambers and the gulags – with, more recently Iraq, Afghanistan, and the wars in Africa – demonstrate, in particular, our leaders' propensities to hijack science for wholesale murder. Steven Pinker is wrong – we live in the bloodiest times ever | letters
  • A city of east-central Germany on the Elbe River northwest of Dresden. Its porcelain industry dates to the early 18th century. Population, 38,710.
  • DRESDEN -- The streets were alive with friends, family and bright colorful lights as the village of Dresden celebrated its annual Come Home for the Holiday event. zanesvilletimesrecorder.com - Local News
  • This climaxed with the attack on Dresden in February 1945.
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