American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southwest Germany on the Moselle River near the Luxembourg border. Settled by the Treveri, an eastern Gaulish people, it was an important commercial center under the Romans and later as part of the Holy Roman Empire. The city was under French control from 1797 until 1815. Population: 104,000.
- Ultimately from the Latin name of the settlement, Augusta Treverorum, taken from the name of a local tribe of Gauls. (Wiktionary)
“The test is called the Trier Social Stress Test, named after the university, Trier University in Germany, where it was developed.10”
“However, Von Trier is the master of great one viewing movies.”
“Mr von Trier is ultimately too much the cynic and pessimist to permit a false feel-good ending.”
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“As far as I’m concerned, Von Trier is less enfant terrible and more terrible infant.”
“He studied theology in Trier, which is one of my favorite German cities.”
“There were Christians among its population as early as the second century, and there was probably as early as the third century a bishop at Trier, which is the oldest episcopal see in Germany.”
“Diocese of Trier, which is handling the nationwide free line.”
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