[hahyd-l-burg; German hahyd-l-berk]
- a city in NW Baden-Württemberg, in SW Germany: university, founded 1386.
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Examples from the Web for heidelberg
So far the current mayor, Mike Duggan, refuses to comment on the Heidelberg Project or the recent fires.
I think [the Heidelberg Project] is something positive among all the negative news we see about Detroit.
The Heidelberg Project released a statement after the most recent fire on March 7.
His iconic Party Animal House, part of the world-renowned Heidelberg Project lays in front of him, burned to its foundation.
Having a look around the Heidelberg with colleagues on his lunch hour was U.S. District Judge Bernard Friedman.
Some of his models have been preserved in the Anatomical Museum at Heidelberg.Heroes of the Telegraph
Here comes the Heidelberg professor, accompanied by two fair daughters.Mountain Meditations
We met the Wilcoxes on an awful expedition that we made from Heidelberg to Speyer.Howards End
E. M. Forster
We're counting on you because of your record, and because of your degree in science at Heidelberg.
There, too, were the two brothers Burnett, whom I had met long before in Heidelberg.Memoirs
Charles Godfrey Leland
- a city in SW Germany, in NW Baden-Württemberg on the River Neckar: capital of the Palatinate from the 13th century until 1719; famous castle (begun in the 12th century) and university (1386), the oldest in Germany. Pop: 142 959 (2003 est)
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