- Emile,1851–1929, U.S. inventor, born in Germany.
- a native or resident of Berlin, Germany.
Origin of Berliner2
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Examples from the Web for berliner
Like Berliner Weiss, these beers are unfiltered and slightly opaque.Wine Snobs, There’s a Beer for You
April 5, 2014
The Berliner Tageblatt has returned again and again to the charge.The Better Germany in War Time
It is impossible to think of dropping in suddenly on a Berliner for a meal.Face to Face with Kaiserism</p>
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The special agent asked to see the room Berliner had occupied.
"It would have been impossible without Archie," Berliner was saying.
The case against Berliner did not come to a crisis immediately.
- a native or inhabitant of Berlin
- a newspaper having a format between that of a broadsheet and a tabloid, approximately 18.5 inches by 12.4 inches (47 x 31.5 centimetres)
C20: (for sense 2) this format was first adopted by Berlin newspapers
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