from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of central Germany southwest of Leipzig. Site of an episcopal see founded by Saint Boniface in the eighth century, it was later a free imperial city and a member of the Hanseatic League. Population: 203,000.

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  • proper n. The capital city of the state of Thuringia, in Germany


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  • By nine on a bright autumn morning, the Kaercher Futuretech field kitchen — essentially a giant, camouflaged, propane-fueled braising pan with wheels and a trailer hitch — was running at full steam outside a convention center in Erfurt, Germany.

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  • Department of Erfurt; and consists of 2 deaneries (Halle and Erfurt) and 28 parishes; the episcopal commissariat of Heiligenstadt, which embraces the western half of the governmental department of Erfurt, that is called the Upper Eichsfeld, and consists of 16 deaneries and

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  • Erfurt, which is nearly in the center of the empire, greater care is taken with its cultivation than probably anywhere else in the world, and large quantities are grown for seed.

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  • Measurements likewise taken at a height of three meters above the Gothaer Platz in Erfurt, which is already paved with Air Clean paving slabs, revealed an average degradation rate of 20 percent for NO2 and 38 percent for NO. - latest science and technology news stories

  • On 7-7-07, only one-third of the dioceses had an every-Sunday T.L.M.; today, more than three-quarters of them have it, and hte hold-outs are mostly dioceses in the norh-east where the Catholic population is tiny and scattered i.e. old Lutheran areas such as Erfurt and Magdeburg.

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