from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of northern Austria on the Danube River west of Vienna. Originally a Roman settlement, it was a provincial capital of the Holy Roman Empire in the late 15th century. Population: 189,000.
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- proper n. The third-largest city in Austria.
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- n. city in northern Austria on the Danube; noted as a cultural center
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House M comes from Caramel Architects and is located in Linz, Austria.
The 20-foot-long shipping container used for Froebe originated from China before making its public debut in Linz, Austria on a public plaza between two museums.
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Since winning the 2008 French Open, Ivanovic's only title was in Linz, Austria, later that year.
The Vatican yesterday announced that Gerhard Wagner has been appointed as auxiliary bishop in Linz, Austria.
Association work from Vienna, and met with the field secretaries in Linz in July 1918 to maintain efficient operations.
Olympic gold medalist Mariel Zagunis won the women's sabre and Emily Gross won the women's foil at the Junior World Championships in Linz, Austria.
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Allyson Felix, the young prodigy won won the 200 at the Olympic trials, also set a personal best in Linz, winning the 100 in 11.16 seconds.
Coby Miller, part of the Olympic relay pool, won twice in Linz, taking the 100 in 10.15 seconds and the 200 in 20.20.