American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of west-central Germany on the Rhine River west of Frankfurt. Founded as a Celtic settlement in the third century B.C., it has been a noted spa since Roman times. Wiesbaden became a free imperial city c. A.D. 1242 and passed to Prussia in 1866. Population: 276,000.
- n. a city in western Germany; a spa since Roman times
“Dorothea Brasch was born in Wiesbaden, Germany, and came to the United States in 1939.”
“The McKee team uncovered evidence that a rogue CIA unit called COREA, based in Wiesbaden, was doing business with a man called Monzer Al-Kassar, a Syrian arms dealer and drug trafficker.”
“Hartness bracelet when we were stationed in Wiesbaden Germany”
“(grammar school with emphasis on the classics) in Wiesbaden, matriculating in 1899.”
“Outraged that the COREA unit in Wiesbaden was doing business with a Syrian who had close terrorist connections and might endanger their chances of rescuing the hostages, the McKee team decided to fly back to Virginia unannounced and expose the COREA unit’s secret deal with al-Kassar.”
“From Biberich we diverged directly into the interior of the Rheingau, taking the road to Wiesbaden, which is a watering-place of some note, and the seat of government of the duchy.”
“Later, the bases served the interests of NATO. A spokesman said 2,000 of the personnel would move to Wiesbaden, which is west of Frankfurt and already has army installations.”
“The Wiesbaden is a small intimate natural hot springs spa and lodge, known for its peaceful atmosphere, "casual elegance" and European flair.”
“The Wiesbaden is a NO SMOKING and NO PET ESTABLISHMENT.”
“Though small, the market is popular, not just in the neighboring area, but also with shoppers in cities such as Wiesbaden, Bad Kreuznach and Darmstadt.”
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