Joseph Banks, 1895–1980, U.S. psychologist: pioneer in parapsychology.
German Rhein. French Rhin [ran] /rɛ̃/ (Show IPA). Dutch Rijn. a river flowing from SE Switzerland through Germany and the Netherlands into the North Sea: branches off into the Waal, Lek, and IJssel in its lower course. 820 miles (1320 km) long.
a river in central and W Europe, rising in SE Switzerland: flows through Lake Constance north through W Germany and west through the Netherlands to the North Sea. Length: about 1320 km (820 miles) Dutch name Rijn French name Rhin (rɛ̃) German name Rhein
rhinedema rhi·ne·de·ma (rī’nĭ-dē’mə) n. Swelling of the nasal mucous membrane.
[rahyn-greyv] /ˈraɪnˌgreɪv/ plural noun 1. petticoat breeches.
noun 1. that part of Germany W of the Rhine. 2. Rhine Province. noun 1. the region of Germany surrounding the Rhine German name Rheinland Rhineland definition Picturesque region of Germany, along the Rhine River.
[rahyn-land-puh-lat-n-eyt, -it, -luh nd-] /ˈraɪnˌlænd pəˈlæt nˌeɪt, -ɪt, -lənd-/ noun 1. a state in W Germany: formerly part of Rhine Province. 7655 sq. mi. (19,825 sq. km). Capital: Mainz. Rhineland-Palatinate noun 1. a state of W Germany: formed in 1946 from the S part of the Prussian Rhine province, the Palatinate, and parts of Rhine-Hesse […]