from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of southeast Czech Republic southeast of Prague. Founded in the tenth century, it became a free imperial city in 1243. Population: 367,000.
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- proper n. a city in the south of the Czech Republic
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- n. an industrial city in Moravia in Czech Republic to the southeast of Prague
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The CZ made in Brno, is a sturdy and well-made gun.
Czech Republic [...] in Brno, around 500 lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender activists took part in the first Pride parade in the Czech Republic.
At the end of Mass and before praying the Angelus Benedict XVI noted how Moravia, the region in which Brno is located, "is blessed with a number of Marian shrines that are visited by crowds of pilgrims throughout the year".
Probably made in Brno (national shortage of vowels in Czech Republic).
A court in Brno in Czech Republic heard how relatives partially skinned Ondrej and forced him to eat his own flesh.
He was born in Brno, Czechoslovakia and grew up in Prague during the end of World War II and through the Cold War in Stalin’s Russia.
The name of Barbora’s father, Josef Skrla, who founded a sect in Brno split from the Grail Movement, was often mentioned during the trial.
Brünn is now known as Brno in the Czech Republic.) grew 28,000 pea plants during the period from 1856 to 1863.
In 1296 a collegiate chapter was established by the church and when Pope Pius VI established the Diocese of Brno in 1777, the church of Ss. Peter and Paul was elevated to cathedral.
That seems fitting, since the opera's genesis was a comic strip in a Brno newspaper, based on drawings by the Czech artist and forester Stanislav Lolek.
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