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Randers

[ rah-nuhrs ]
/ ˈrɑ nərs /
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noun

a seaport in E Jutland, in Denmark.

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  • About that time his missionary companion was released to return home, and Elder Bastian was left in charge of the Randers branch.

  • Randers is a pretty place, with many quaint thatched houses belonging to the sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth centuries.

    Denmark|M. Pearson Thomson
  • He is a native of Randers, in Jutland, and was born on January 27, 1815.

    The Violoncello and Its History|Wilhelm Joseph von Wasielewski
  • An Englishman that came from Randers has been here, and he caught three only in a whole day.

    A Danish Parsonage|John Fulford Vicary

British Dictionary definitions for Randers

Randers
/ (Danish ˈranərs) /

noun

a port and industrial centre in Denmark, in E Jutland on Randers Fjord (an inlet of the Kattegat). Pop: 55 739 (2004 est)
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