[ US /ˈɹɑtɝˌdæm/ ]
  1. the 2nd largest city in the Netherlands; located in the western Netherlands near the North Sea
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How To Use Rotterdam In A Sentence

  • At the Rotterdam Jet Centre, bulletproof glass was installed on the airside windows.
  • The GRL will be turning over control of the system to writers, protesters, artists and the citizens of Rotterdam from the 7th to the 10th of February, starting each night around 1600 hours at the KPN building in Rotterdam. Boing Boing
  • The ward in Rotterdam had the fewest general paediatric cases, containing children with cardiac, oncological, renal, and respiratory disease.
  • ROTTERDAM (Reuters) - The third-stage cobbles were the talk of Rotterdam in the build-up to the but some competitors have warned Sunday's 223. 5-km first leg to Brussels may be even trickier. The People's News Portal - Business, Money, Sport, Music, Forex, Auto
  • The above prices are both CIF Rotterdam net without commission.
  • Hong Kong shot past Rotterdam in 1987 to become the world's busiest container port.
  • ROTTERDAM: Just hours before the Tour de France began in Rotterdam last night, the three-week race was rocked with more controversy involving seven-time champion Lance Armstrong The Sydney Morning Herald News Headlines
  • When I lived in Rotterdam, I wasn't triggered to start a label or organize concerts.
  • Wishing, therefore, Lorenzo speedily to purchase a small bronze figure of him, from the celebrated large one at Rotterdam, and to place the same upon a copy of his first edition of the _Greek Testament_ printed _upon vellum_, [301] by way of Bibliomania; or Book-Madness A Bibliographical Romance
  • Father outdoor clerk of some ship-broker in Rotterdam; mother dead. An Outcast Of The Islands
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