Definitions

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  • proper noun A city in the Netherlands.

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Examples

  • This house in Almere, the Netherlands was built in 2005 and designed by Marc Koehler.

    House M by Marc Koehler

  • The sale will be from 10 to 15.00 at Wormerweg 2 in Almere.

    I'm in a giving mood

  • My secret sources have informed me that 999 Games is holding an outlet sale of slightly damaged games on 14 March in Almere.

    I'm in a giving mood

  • The sale will be from 10 to 15.00 at Wormerweg 2 in Almere.

    999 Games outlet sale

  • My secret sources have informed me that 999 Games is holding an outlet sale of slightly damaged games on 14 March in Almere.

    999 Games outlet sale

  • On the other hand, there is the Netherlands’ best female player, Michaëlla Krajicek, who is half Czech, spends most of her year in the Czech republic, and in the Netherlands is from Almere, which is several hours west from here, near Amsterdam, and a town where no one I know would want to be caught dead.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » My Curmudgeonly Take on the Olympics

  • Hank Ydema, a 51-year-old freelance writer, and his wife bought a house in 1996 in the Amsterdam suburb of Almere, a town built on land reclaimed from the sea to make room for the region's burgeoning postwar population.

    Mortgage Burden Looms Over Dutch

  • Almere's manicured suburban streets, lined with cookie-cutter houses, are dotted with for-sale signs.

    Mortgage Burden Looms Over Dutch

  • Government planning is evident here in Almere, one of the few places in the Netherlands where lots of new housing has been built in recent decades.

    Mortgage Burden Looms Over Dutch

  • Recent polls of research agency TNS NIPO showed that the PVV might become the second-largest party in The Hague and the biggest one in Almere.

    Anti-Immigrant Party Strong in Dutch Polls

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