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Sleswick

[sles-wik] /ˈslɛs wɪk/
noun
1.
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  • The early English in Sleswick and Friesland had partially reached the agricultural stage of civilisation.

    Early Britain Grant Allen
  • Who the inhabitants of the district called Anglen in Sleswick?

    A Handbook of the English Language Robert Gordon Latham
  • In England, as of old in Sleswick, the village community formed the unit of English society.

    Early Britain Grant Allen
  • In Sleswick also we have a portion of the Jute population of Jutland.

    The Ethnology of Europe Robert Gordon Latham
  • Then we have the Slavonians of Holstein and Sleswick to the south.

    The Ethnology of Europe Robert Gordon Latham
  • As a general rule, however, the religion of Sleswick has been centralized.

  • It is the self-same speech with the tongue of the Sleswick pirates and the West Saxon over-lords.

    Early Britain Grant Allen
  • The language spoken by the whole country was the same which had been spoken in Sleswick.

    Early Britain Grant Allen
  • Among the earliest conquests of the Norse vikings was a portion of the present Sleswick which after them was called Nortmannia.

    The Story of Norway Hjalmar H. Boyesen
  • A well-known locality in the Duchy of Sleswick supplies the commentary on these texts.

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