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  • proper n. A historical city in central north Latvia, the largest city in the Vidzeme region.

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Examples

  • Such things had been against the law in Valmiera, and still were, she'd heard, in Jelgava.

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  • You've spent the whole war up till now in Valmiera?

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  • Ever since Mezentio's men seized Valmiera, their dragons and the Lagoans 'had clashed above the strait that separated the island from the mainland.

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  • In centuries gone by, Valmiera and Jelgava and Forthweg and even Yanina had meddled in Algarvian affairs, backing now this local prince, now that one, as puppet or cat's-paw.

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  • In spite of their long journey from Valmiera, Sabrino envied them their condition.

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  • He couldn't see to the Strait of Valmiera, no, but he felt as if he might reach it and cross it.

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  • They hadn't had to do such things in Valmiera - that was plain from the abundance they'd brought west.

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  • Maybe these fellows would help bring the rebellion in Valmiera from simmer to boil.

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  • Most gatherings since the redheads overran Valmiera featured mixed crowds.

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  • Had he been jerked out of a pleasant billet in Valmiera and plopped down in the wilds of Unkerlant, he would have been amazed, too, and not with delight.

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