from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of north-central Poland on the Vistula River northwest of Warsaw. Founded by the Teutonic Knights in 1231, it became part of the kingdom of Poland in 1454. Toruń was taken by Sweden (1703) and Prussia (1793 and 1815) before being returned to Poland in 1919. Population: 207,000.
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Jane: Sorry I even mentioned Left Coaster — “larre” over there is pretty snarky about you missing this one quote from Dave Sheinin.
Sastrakak betetzen dituen inguruetako goialdeetan bazkaleku ugari eta, baserrietatik gertu, larre eta belardiak ikus ditzakegu.
When they difputed his right to the regency, he coolly mowed them the teftament of Ferdi - nand, and the ratification of that deed by Charles; but thefe not fatisfying them, and argument proving inef - fectual, he led them infenfibly towards a balcony, whence they had a view of a larre body of troops under arms,
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