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  • proper n. A canton of Switzerland.
  • proper n. A town in Switzerland, the capital of the canton of Zug.


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  • For those of you who haven't been here for very long, before there was a ZuG Live, there used to be a site called GAB on Zug. > ZUG Live

  • Another offshore-drilling contractor, Noble Corp., which is based in Zug, Switzerland, has looked at Pride in recent months but decided not to pursue a deal, another person said.

    Pride International Weighs Strategic Options

  • Zuerst fuhr da ein Zug, mit dem ich nicht gerechnet hatte, so daß ich weder eine halbe Stunde am Bochumer Bahnhof warten noch ...

    Teh Audiobook - WWdN: In Exile

  • Using his German-English dictionary, he looked up the words he was unsure of: DRAFT (in German Zug) and found the English equivalent: TRAIN.

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol VI No 1

  • We will stop first for a few days at a little town called Zug, beside a lake of the same name.

    The Little Colonel's Hero

  • Several of these companies came to a small, quaint medieval town in Switzerland call Zug.

    Breaking News: CBS News

  • Next on the agenda is a friendly with Grasshopper Club Zurich in the town of Zug, which is best known for having the lowest tax rate in Switzerland and being a haven for the super rich.


  • After his parents went to sleep, "Zug" competed online, and before long, he'd turned a free $15 promotion into a bankroll that Silverman puts at $30,000.

    In the cards: How teenage poker prodigy Steven Silverman won, and lost, millions

  • [FN#20] Orientals fear the "Zug" or draught as much as Germans; and with even a better reason.

    Arabian nights. English

  • [FN#228] The "Zug" or draught which gave him rheumatism -- not a romantic complaint for a young lover.

    Arabian nights. English


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