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

  • A village of southern Switzerland in the Pennine Alps northwest of the Matterhorn. It is a noted tourist resort. Population: 5,810.


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  • One of the bleaker spots in Zermatt is the large corner of the cemetery that is filled with the gravestones of young men -- most of them

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  • “Do you recall the Zermatt valley?” says my friend,

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  • "Do you recall the Zermatt valley?" says my friend, "and how on earth it reeks and stinks with smoke?"

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  • Cardinaux, a pioneer of poster art, created one of the earliest and greatest ski posters of all time in "Zermatt" 1908.

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  • From there, you can ski north to Zermatt which is the easiest one!

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  • In Switzerland, Saas Fee is due to open this Saturday, joining its neighbor Zermatt which is open year-round.

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  • The prototype was based on Codename "Zermatt" on the Microsoft-side and on NetBeans 6.5 Beta 2 as well as Metro 1.3 / WSIT Beta at this point of time ...

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  • Formerly known as "Zermatt," Geneva is an identity-management technology that Microsoft first security development lifecycle methodology used to create Microsoft's software products as part of Redmond's overall enterprise security push.

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  • Geneva Server, previously referred to as the "Zermatt" project, runs a security token service that issues and transforms claims to help manage user identities for authentication.

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