[lahyp-sig, -sik; German lahyp-tsik]
- a city in E central Germany.
Also Leip·sic [lahyp-sik] /ˈlaɪp sɪk/.
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Examples from the Web for leipzig
He became a guest professor of literature at the University of Leipzig in Germany in 2008.Chuck Klosterman's Book Bag
April 14, 2009
A German translation of 'Harry' is announced in the Leipzig catalogue.
Here I will note down a pleasant adventure I had at Leipzig.
The Count's courier had already told me, at Leipzig, that she had crippled him.
Of an emigration from Prague University, and the founding of another at Leipzig.From a Terrace in Prague
Lieut.-Col. B. Granville Baker
The first psychological laboratory was created in Leipzig, Germany, in 1878.Psychotherapy
- a city in E central Germany, in Saxony: famous fairs, begun about 1170; publishing and music centre; university (1409); scene of a decisive defeat for Napoleon Bonaparte in 1813. Pop: 497 531 (2003 est)
City in east-central Germany; a manufacturing, commercial, and transportation hub.
Leipzig was the capital of Germany's book and music publishing industries until the city was badly damaged in World War II.
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