Saxony

[ US /ˈsæksəni/ ]
NOUN
  1. an area in Germany around the upper Elbe river; the original home of the Saxons
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  • Dan Neil / The Wall Street Journal This is a big car, but it's mostly a long, snouty car, and sometimes the front wheels feel like they are in Saxony. BMW 640i
  • He had been loyal, once, to the King of Saxony but such small polities were surely an anachronism. DARE CALL IT TREASON
  • There are several hypotheses upon this subject, deriving the well-known Hugh Capet, first, from the family of Saxony; secondly, from St. Arnoul, afterwards Bishop of Altex; third, from Count Robert of Paris
  • “All of us in Saxony-Anhalt are put to shame by this,” Wolfgang Boehmer, premier of Saxony-Anhalt, told the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung daily on Friday. Think Progress » ThinkFast PM: July 7, 2006
  • A collection of tin ore, cobalt, uranite, &c. from Saxony. Paris as It Was and as It Is
  • The castle itself, built in 1046, is a brooding structure perched on the hill above the River Mulde in Saxony.
  • Strictly speaking, only one of the three Schumann works Thomas Trotter plays here on the Ladegast organ of Merseburg Cathedral in Saxony Anhalt, the Six Fugues on BACH Op 60, was composed for organ. Schumann: Organ works – review
  • He was one of the most powerful German princes of his time, until the rival Hohenstaufen dynasty succeeded in isolating him and eventually deprived him of his duchies of Bavaria and Saxony during the reign of his cousin Frederick I and of Frederick's son and successor Henry VI. HENRY XII: SOME TIDDLEYWINKS & A BIT O' WISH-CRAFT
  • On Friday, state authorities in Lower Saxony said they had sealed off the farm and ordered its operators to suspend sales of any other products.
  • As expected, he covered seventeenth-century statics, but he also returned to the middle ages, spending four chapters on geostatics, including the work of Albert of Saxony in the fourteenth century. Pierre Duhem
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