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Waldenburg

[ vahl-duhn-boork ]

noun

  1. German name of Wałbrzych.


Waldenburg

/ ˈvaldənbʊrk /

noun

  1. the German name for Wałbrzych


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Isobel's proper place is at Waldenburg, and yet there are many and grave reasons why I dread her going there.

The Archduchess was willing to go to any lengths to prevent Isobel's creditable and honourable appearance in Waldenburg.

Without saying a word, Teuzer went to his warehouse, and returned with a Waldenburg jar which he gave to the little girl.

Daun arrives in Waldenburg, May 9th; and to show that he is not cunctatory, steps out within a week after.

He was born in Waldenburg and educated at several institutions.

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