1. one of the northernmost provinces of the Netherlands
  2. the western part of the ancient region of Frisia in northern Europe on the North Sea between the Scheldt river and the Weser river; part of this region is now a province in the Netherlands
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  • In other towns, especially in Friesland, which is the classical land of the art, there are clubs of men-and women-skaters who institute public races for prizes. Holland, v. 1 (of 2)
  • Meuse and the territory and cities on the Moselle, on both sides of the Rhine, and in Jura, that is to say Friesland, the country of the The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 9: Laprade-Mass Liturgy
  • a swan, or imagines that what they call a Friesland hen excels a peacock. The Best of the World's Classics, Restricted to Prose, Vol. IV (of X)—Great Britain and Ireland II
  • The province of Friesland, which is eighty-eight kilometers long, is protected by three rows of enormous palisades sustained by blocks of Holland, v. 1 (of 2)
  • Of the bittern, which is said to boom continually over the Friesland meres, A Wanderer in Holland
  • This is followed by The Hague (11.4) and Rotterdam (10.2), while in Friesland and Drenthe, the Islamic community makes up less than 2 percent of the population. Moroccan-Born Muslim Becomes Mayor of Rotterdam
  • Since arriving in Potya from Go Ahead Troglodytes of Friesland, the ball juggling man-thing from the land of the light fandango has set the republic alight with his mix of flair, pace and badly wired electrical appliances. Helium-sniffing Simeon Troll goes for broke in the mad world of Potya
  • Friesland, which is a very high and cragged land, and was almost clean covered with snow, so that we might see nought but craggy rocks and the tops of high and huge hills, sometimes (and for the most part) all covered with foggy mists. Voyages in Search of the North-West Passage
  • All the farmyard life was wonderful there, -- bantams, speckled and topknotted; Friesland hens, with their feathers all turned the wrong way; Guinea fowls that flew and screamed and dropped their pretty spotted feathers; pouter pigeons and a tame magpie; nay, a goat, and a wonderful brindled dog, half mastiff, half bulldog, as large as a lion. Journeys Through Bookland, Vol. 7
  • The demands for tribute on the provinces acquired later, such as Gelderland, Groningen, Friesland and History of Holland
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