from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- See Tyrol.
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- proper n. Alternative spelling of Tyrol.
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- n. a picturesque mountainous province of western Austria and northern Italy
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Suffering from a lung infection, she moved to Merran in Tirol to recover. 69 As her publication record indicates, that interruption cost her more than a year of active work although she actually returned to the institute in the spring of 1926.
'Chiroru' is actually Tirol, which is a region in the Alps.
The Tirol did not tolerate anything that savoured of the scandalous; the Tirol was a respectable house; the Tirol was ever careful, always rigid in the protection of its good name; and so on and so forth at great length and with great precision.
Centre of the villageThe Scottish Bike Show, Glasgow, Sat & SunBMX stunts, an Austrian Tirol forest indoor track, Dr Bike's service centre and the chance to learn how do tricks and bounce on mountain bikes at Scotland's first ever bike show.
Gregor Pircher, 41, drove 160 miles from his home in south Tirol, Italy, to get a glimpse of Benedict, even though he disagrees with him on some issues.
The homeland of the Schuhplattler dance is Tirol, a region in Austria.
The honor of rediscovering the “Nibelungenlied” and of restoring it to the world of literature belongs to a young physician by the name of J.H. Obereit, who found the manuscript C at the castle of Hohenems in the Tirol on June 29, 1755; but the scientific study of the poem begins with Karl Lachmann, one of the keenest philological critics that Germany has ever produced.
In this case, all EU citizens, including Austrians, were banned from buying or building new holiday homes in Tirol, an option which would hardly assist the Irish.
Prior to its accession to the EU, foreigners had been prohibited from buying homes in the western region Tirol unless it was their main residence.
There are 2 series with high closing: foxtails (which grow about 20 miles from the dominant bristlecone site, Sheep Mountain); the short van Engelen documentary series (which is not a “proxy” in the sense that tree rings are a proxy); one series with a slight positive close ( Tirol) and 3 series with negative closings (Chesapeake; Quebec and Mangazeja).