from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of western Germany near the Belgian and Dutch borders. Charlemagne may have been born here in 742; he later made the city his northern capital. Population: 259,000.
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- proper n. A city in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.
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- n. a city in western Germany near the Dutch and Belgian borders; formerly it was Charlemagne's northern capital
Bloomberg News Car tires are seen stacked at the Continental factory in Aachen, Germany, on Jan. 6, 2010.
Anyone who has not yet grasped this fact deserves to wear the dunce's cap - Valéry Giscard, President of the EU Convention, speech in Aachen accepting the Charlemagne Prize for European integration, 29th May 2003.
Also, the World Equestrian Games are underway in Aachen, Germany.
A pre-Olympic performance became crucial for McDonald and Brentina this month in Aachen, Germany, at the World Equestrian Festival, the sport's biggest annual event.
European Villages for refugees, the first in Aachen, one in
Valéry Giscard D'Estaing, President of the EU Convention, speech in Aachen accepting the Charlemagne Prize for European integration, 29th May 2003.
This time they make their way to the land of the Franks and to Charlemagne's court, visiting a muddy and still village-like Paris of 803 AD and the glittering Aix la Chapelle aka Aachen, capital of the new "Holy Roman Empire".
This time they make their way to the land of the franks and to Charlemagne court, visiting a muddy and still village-like Paris of 800 AD and the glittering Aix la Chapelle aka Aachen the glittering capital
But it was the man riding a horse named Armani, Jeffery Welles, who had two clean rounds, matching Ward's feat in Aachen.
In particular, they are working very intensively with the Ford Research Centre in Aachen, which is the only Ford research facility of its type outside the US.
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