[ahl-ber-taw] /ɑlˈbɛr tɔ/ (Show IPA), (Alberto Pincherle) 1907–90, Italian writer.
Czech Morava. German Mähren. a region in the E Czech Republic: former province of Austria.
Easy was the labor of the censor, for in Moravia, for instance, only one printer was fortunate enough to secure a license.
Bohemia under Hapsburg Misrule Various
And later on, it turns out he was the heir to the throne of Moravia, and I’m a princess.
The Film of Fear Arnold Fredericks
The traditions of the Brethren never quite died out in this part of Moravia.
A History of Bohemian Literature Count Ltzow
In Moravia the Governor had to interfere to calm the tumult.
Dreamers of the Ghetto I. Zangwill
Silesia had already joined the insurgents in Bohemia; Moravia was on the point of following its example.
The Thirty Years War, Complete Friedrich Schiller
And now the stream from Moravia increased in force and volume.
History of the Moravian Church J. E. Hutton
The hostess took him over to the tea table, and sitting near it in a ravishing tea-gown was Moravia.
The Man and the Moment Elinor Glyn
Prague is the capital of Bohemia, while in Moravia there is no great city.
Face to Face with Kaiserism James W. Gerard
They were from the northern part of the Austrian empire, Bohemia and Moravia.
The World War and What was Behind It Louis P. Benezet
Bohemia, Moravia, Hungary and Galicia contain great numbers of them.
Austria Frederick Shoberl
a region of the Czech Republic around the Morava River, bounded by the Bohemian-Moravian Highlands, the Sudeten Mountains, and the W Carpathians: became a separate Austrian crownland in 1848; part of Czechoslovakia 1918–92; valuable mineral resources Czech name Morava German name Mähren
Alberto (alˈbɛrto), pen name of Alberto Pincherle. 1907–90, Italian novelist and short-story writer: his works include The Time of Indifference (1929), The Woman of Rome (1949), The Lie (1966), and Erotic Tales (1985)
region in central Europe, Medieval Latin, named for River Morva (German March, Latin Marus), which runs through it.
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Aldo [al-doh;; Italian ahl-daw] /ˈæl doʊ;; Italian ˈɑl dɔ/ (Show IPA), 1916–78, Italian lawyer, author, and statesman: prime minister 1963–68, 1974–76. noun (pl) -ros, -ro. a member of a group of predominantly Muslim peoples of the S Philippines: noted for their manufacture of weapons the language of these peoples, belonging to the Malayo-Polynesian family noun […]
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Alla [ah-luh] /ˈɑ lə/ (Show IPA), 1879–1945, Russian actress in the U.S. Historical Examples Miss Hobson was not to be diverted from her theme by reminiscences of Nazimova. The Adventures of Sally P. G. Wodehouse Hattie Williams, in her odd manner, imitated Nazimova—as Nazimova would play a butler. Charles Frohman: Manager and Man Isaac Frederick […]
Allan, 1890–1971, U.S. historian. Contemporary Examples Nevins hopes to get two new shows on the air for summer and fall. Showtime’s New Mastermind, David Nevins Jace Lacob January 5, 2011 “This is a very insider view as to the absurdity [of the business world],” said Nevins. Showtime’s New Mastermind, David Nevins Jace Lacob January 5, […]
Alexander, . Historical Examples “Yes, from Lobenski’s, the jeweller’s in the Nevski,” she replied. The Place of Dragons William Le Queux He had often seen her at the Opera and driving in the Nevski Prospekt. The Intriguers William Le Queux In the morning I would walk the Nevski Prospect, and meet nice-looking people, and be […]