Origin of landau
Definition for landau (2 of 2)
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In the age of “a million choices,” as Landau said, this short, fun experience wins out over the classic salon experience.
By the end of this year, Landau hopes to have close to 3,000 employees and more than $40 million in revenue.
“We have been sort of on a rocket ship here in terms of our growth,” said Landau.
The State Landau coach which will carry the Queen, above,and below, the Mall.
Peres recently co-wrote a book with Landau about his mentor, Ben-Gurion.Shimon Peres’s Influence Wanes as Israel Grows More Bellicose Toward Iran|Dan Ephron|March 2, 2012|DAILY BEAST
He carried the money safely into Landau, without meeting with any obstacle.The Memoirs of Louis XIV., His Court and The Regency, Complete|Duc de Saint-Simon
Landau, M., La novella di messer Torello e le sue attinenze mitiche e leggendarie, in Giornale stor.Giovanni Boccaccio, a Biographical Study|Edward Hutton
Late that night, a landau bore away to Alsheim 179 three travellers; it had fetched them from the station at Molsheim.The Children of Alsace|Ren Bazin
When I returned fully to my senses we were in the landau again making our way back to the Villa de Angelis.The Lost Stradivarius|John Meade Falkner
The landau, as I have said, had originally been a coach made to open.Carriages & Coaches|Ralph Straus
British Dictionary definitions for landau (1 of 2)
Word Origin for landau
British Dictionary definitions for landau (2 of 2)
Word Origin and History for landau
type of four-wheeled carriage, 1743, from Landau, town in Bavaria where they first were made. The first element is the common Germanic element found in English land (n.); the identity of the second is disputed. But Klein says the vehicle name is "in reality" Spanish lando "originally a light four-wheeled carriage drawn by mules," from Arabic al-andul.