Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A river of central and northern Switzerland rising in the Bernese Alps and flowing about 295 km (185 mi) to join the Rhine River at the Swiss-German border.

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  • proper noun Alternative form of Aar.

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  • noun a river in north central Switzerland that runs northeast into the Rhine

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Examples

  • But the capital of Switzerland is Bern, a beautiful city of about 130,000 nestled along the banks of the River Aare near the center of the country.

    Fallout

  • An unmarked police car was at the airport to take Edwards and Yonemura the sixty miles to Bern, where Lehmann was waiting for them in his office overlooking the River Aare.

    Fallout

  • But the capital of Switzerland is Bern, a beautiful city of about 130,000 nestled along the banks of the River Aare near the center of the country.

    Fallout

  • An unmarked police car was at the airport to take Edwards and Yonemura the sixty miles to Bern, where Lehmann was waiting for them in his office overlooking the River Aare.

    Fallout

  • The River Aare, has crystal-clear water coming straight down from the Alps, making it cooler than a lake, but infinitely more fun.

    Urban swimming in Switzerland

  • The representations of the two universal statements, ˜All Aare B™ and ˜No A is B,™ illustrate this strength of the system.

    Diagrams

  • As he drove beside the River Aare into the Swiss capital, Arthur remembered the city from a visit several years earlier.

    Day of the Dandelion

  • The proglacial area of the Unteraargletscher is divided into three terrace levels: 0.5–1 m (level I), 1– 2 m (level II), or .2 m (level III) above the main Aare meltwater stream.

    Thoughts on Alpine Glacier Stratigraphy « Climate Audit

  • She crossed back and forth across the Aare River several times and chose small out-of-the-way streets where it would be obvious if someone was behind them.

    The Lions of Lucerne

  • While they spoke, he surreptitiously dropped it into the Aare River.

    Euclid’s Window

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