American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of northeast France near the German-Swiss border. It was frequently besieged because of its strategic location near Belfort Gap between the Vosges and the Jura Mountains. Population: 50,200.
“Walked into Nouvelles Galleries in Belfort, and found three at different price points, just within that one store.”
“Known for Bartholdis Lion, Belfort is a town blessed with rich architecture: the Castle, the Citadel, Granit Theater, Fortifications dating back to Vauban.”
“The test will probably consist of an attempt to enter one of the French frontier towns, such as Belfort or”
“Rich Franklin vs Vitor Belfort – In what should be a great match up of great fighters, Franklin vs Belfort will take place tomorrow night at UFC 103.”
“Will Franklin prevail or will Belfort continue his winning streak?”
“Marie-Anne (or Antoinette) Brideau (Mother St. Louis), sub-prioress, b. at Belfort, 7 Dec., 1752, professed 3 Sept, 1771;”
“Two years younger at 33, Belfort possesses the kind of punch power that could either install necessary fear within Silva's mind or, alternatively, switch out the champion's lights.”
“Bloomberg News A General Electric worker in Belfort, France, examines a component for a gas turbine.”
“Belfort reportedly had a difficult time even making the 195 pound catchweight fight with Rich Franklin atUFC103.”
“Belfort hasn't competed in almost 17 months and ring rust will undoubtedly be an issue.”
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