Great Belt


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Great Belt:

see Store Bælt and Lille BæltStore Bælt and Lille Bælt
[Great Belt and Little Belt], two shallow straits, S Denmark, connecting the Kattegat with the Baltic Sea. The Store Bælt, c.
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, straits, Denmark.

Great Belt

a strait in Denmark, between Zealand and Funen islands, linking the Kattegat with the Baltic
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Heath encourages everyone to "add a great belt, a great handbag and a great shoe" to update your look with seasonal trends.
For self-drive motorists, access to Copenhagen is easier since the opening of an 11-mile Great Belt Bridge linking Zealand with Funen, replacing the former ferry.
We have been told that there will be a great belt of snow, rain or sleet moving up the Bristol Channel," said Hills.
To get there we had to cross the magnificent Great Belt Bridge which links the islands of Zealand and Funen.
First on the list, if you are heading towards the North Sea coast from Copenhagen, is crossing the Great Belt Bridge.
The contract notice relates to making this all work necessary for the construction of structures and earthworks as well as track work for the shifting of a lane of the Great Belt (GC ) along the street Rossays (Savigny-sur-Orge - 91) and construction of a new Crossing the street Marc Sangnier (Savigny-sur-Orge - 91) by the Great Belt (GC) scraped .
Opt for an electric-blue dress like Katherine Jenkins, otherwise a pair of heels or a great belt can work wonders.
Jeans and T-shirt with a great belt, mules and matching bag to dress it up.
But thanks to the Great Belt link - a massive causeway and bridge which replaced a lengthy ferry journey in 1998 - the journey took less than four hours.
FROM Uganda in the east to Sierra Leone in the west, there's a great belt of green spanning 5,500 kilometres.