American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A town of southern Switzerland at the northern end of Lake Maggiore. The Locarno Pact between Germany and various European powers was signed here in 1925, in an effort to promote peace and maintain existing territorial borders. Today the city is a popular resort. Population: 14,700.
“We saw Placebo in Locarno last night - they were awesome!”
“The spectral Locarno is the place where the belief that nothing can take place without a reason (Grund) is qualified by the curious detail that everything takes place, again and again, without ever thereby acquiring”
“And yet I feel that what was achieved in Locarno was not to no avail.”
“What they achieved together with the help of England in Locarno was expressed by Stresemann in the following words in this very place; For one thing, it is the state of lasting peace on the”
“Following extensive negotiations, a meeting took place in Locarno from October 5 to October 16 of 1925.”
“Locarno is the policy of understanding and free will.”
“The policy of Locarno is incompatible with policies of distrust, violence, and oppression.”
“On Chamberlain's birthday, October 16, the foreign ministers initialed the documents known as the Locarno Agreements.”
“Locarno, Switzerland, and entered into: (I) a pact of mutual guarantee and nonaggression (known as the Locarno Pact, involving”
“The Gorilla" and the "Manx Missile" have not appeared together in a sprint finish since May 2008, when Cavendish let the German take the Giro d'Italia victory at Locarno, only for Greipel to insist he was the faster in his own right.”
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