Definitions

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  • n. a hilly forest region in southwestern Germany

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Examples

  • But the rugged mountains and dim woods are never enemies of the scout, and perhaps Tom Slade of Temple Camp felt that even the Schwarzwald, which is the Black Forest, would forget its allegiance to whisper its secrets in his ear.

    Tom Slade with the Boys Over There

  • That section was once called Schwarzwald, German for "black forest," because it reminded early Berks settlers of the Black Forest region of Germany, Meiser said.

    Berks county news

  • Gotzev: We've been residing for the last three weeks in Freiburg, Germany in Schwarzwald, which is the Black Forest.

    Doghouse Boxing News

  • The most talked about, however, had to have been 2006's "Schwarzwald," or "Black Forest."

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  • : The experimental 'Schwarzwald' movie comes to Town Leather Laurels: Celebrating Mid-Atlantic Leather's quarter century in style

    Metro Weekly (Newspaper Magazine of Gay and Lesbian DC)

  • In March 1938, when Nazi Germany annexed Austria, Schwarzwald was in Denmark on a lecturing tour.

    Eugenie Schwarzwald.

  • Aware of the latest European reform trends, Schwarzwald adapted ideas from popular educators such as the Austrian Franz Cizek (1865 – 1946), Italian Maria Montessori (1870 – 1952) and the German Hermann Lietz (1868 – 1919), applying their creative individual education practices.

    Eugenie Schwarzwald.

  • In 1895, Schwarzwald began studies at the University of Zurich, graduating with the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in 1900.

    Eugenie Schwarzwald.

  • Schwarzwald continued to publish and considered various job offers, including organizing public kitchens for immigrants in London.

    Eugenie Schwarzwald.

  • In 1934, following the establishment of the Austro-Fascist government in Austria, Schwarzwald organized support for persecuted socialists.

    Eugenie Schwarzwald.

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