a river in NE France, flowing W to the Seine near Paris: battles 1914, 1918, 1944. 325 miles (525 km) long.
a department in N France. 3168 sq. mi. (8205 sq. km).
a department of NE France, in Champagne-Ardenne region. Capital: Châlons-sur-Marne. Pop: 563 027 (2003 est). Area: 8205 sq km (3200 sq miles)
a river in NE France, rising on the plateau of Langres and flowing north, then west to the River Seine, north of Paris: linked by canal with the Rivers Saône, Rhine, and Aisne; scene of two unsuccessful German offensives (1914, 1918) during World War I. Length: 525 km (326 miles)
a dynasty of central India, ruling a.d. c500–753, and restored a.d. 973–1190.
Music. the low register of the clarinet. a 17th- or 18th-century woodwind instrument.
a fried tortilla spread with bean paste or ground cooked meat and topped with shredded cheese, lettuce, chopped tomato, and often hot sauce. noun corn tortilla dough fried in a boat shape and filled with shredded meat, vegetables, or cheese as an appetizer Word Origin Spanish ‘boat, launch’ Usage Note cooking
halutz. a person who immigrates to Israel to establish or join a settlement for accomplishing tasks, as clearing the land or planting trees, that are necessary to future development of the country. noun (pl) -lutzim (-luːˈtsiːm; English) (-ˈluːtsɪm) a member of an organization of immigrants to Israeli agricultural settlements noun a variant spelling of chalutz