- Ter·ri·toire de [te-ree-twar duh] /tɛ riˈtwar də/, a department in E France. 235 sq. mi. (610 sq. km). Capital: Belfort.
- a fortress city in E France, strategically located on a mountain pass between the Vosges and Jura mountains: siege 1870–71; battle 1944.
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Contemporary Examples of belfort
Belfort, not knowing they were time-release ludes, pops loads of them, and when they kick in, he enters “cerebral palsy” mode.Why Leonardo DiCaprio, Who Wows in ‘The Wolf of Wall Street,’ Deserves to (Finally) Win An Oscar
February 17, 2014
In his memoir, Belfort describes Danny Porush (the real Azoff) as a Jewish Long Islander with WASP pretensions.
Luckily, Belfort himself “provided a lot of photographic material of his family and friends, which was incredibly useful.”
Near the beginning of Wolf, Belfort arrives on Wall Street for his first day of work as an entry-level stockbroker.
Belfort wrote a sequel as well, Catching the Wolf of Wall Street.The Real Wolf of Wall Street: Jordan Belfort’s Vulgar Memoirs
December 20, 2013
Historical Examples of belfort
I have already told you that Belfort is his own master: his is a divisional.A Nest of Spies
What, then, is the meaning of the plan to capture Belfort and Calais?England and Germany
Emile Joseph Dillon
Bourbaki may relieve Belfort, but in that corner of France what is he to do?The Young Franc Tireurs
G. A. Henty
At Belfort we saw signs of bombardment, but they were not so shocking.
This seemed to be the case at all of the towns between Belfort and St. Die.
- Territoire de Belfort (tɛritwar də) a department of E France, now in Franche-Comté region: the only part of Alsace remaining to France after 1871. Capital: Belfort. Pop: Pop: 139 383 (2003 est). Area: 608 sq km (237 sq miles)
- a fortress town in E France: strategically situated in the Belfort Gap between the Vosges and the Jura mountains. Pop: 50 417 (1999)