Helvetian


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Helvetian

1. another word for Swiss
2. a native or citizen of Switzerland
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Luther had hoped that these two "weeds" would be gradually rooted out by his successors, as indeed they were by "the French and Helvetian churches.
The film is structured into four, long, distinctive vignettes, each one corresponding to Mettler's major pit stops: starting in his hometown Toronto, going through Monument Valley and Las Vegas in southwestern USA, stopping by Zurich and the Helvetian Glacier in Switzerland, and finally ending up in the Vijayanagara Empire and in Bombay in southern India.
Which is why, last May, I wrote to the editor of the Swiss Horological Journal (a periodical for Helvetian clock-makers), reporting that I'd just spotted the first spring in a cuckoo.
The Middle-Upper Miocene: The Middle Miocene, of Helvetian and Tortonian stages, can be traced in the Gobustan and Pre-Caspian-Guba regions and in the interfluve of the Kura and Iori rivers, where the Tortonian state is spread and is found in the Apsheron region.
The Middle-Upper Miocene: The Middle Miocene of Helvetian and Tortonian stages can be traced in the Gobustan and Pre-Caspian Guba and in the inter-fluve of the Kura and Iori, where the Tortonian is spread to the Absheron region.
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20) In his final revisions to the extended metaphor on 21v Wordsworth deliberately distances the entire image, replacing the word "Traveller" with "Stranger" and resituating the figure in Switzerland rather than Grasmere as "A pensive Stranger, journeying at his leisure / Through some Helvetian Dell" (MS D 21va), in direct contrast to the MS B version which made an explicit connection to "this fair Valley's self.
The show's last image shows no less than Julius Caesar himself, then proconsul, on March 28, 58 BC, on the banks of the Rhone River--smack dab in the middle of what today is Geneva's banking district--facing down a Helvetian chieftain named Divico, as he and his clan were making their way west.
The Synod of Debrecen in 1567 accepted the Calvinist Helvetian Confession.
The Middle-Upper Miocene: The Middle Miocene, of Helvetian and Tortonian stages, can be traced in the Gobustan and Pre-Caspian Guba regions and in the inter-fluve of the Kura and Iori rivers, where the Tortonian state is spread and is found in the Absheron region.
271), a good knowledge of Swiss localisms and a cultural bond with the Helvetian world would help us catch nuances.
Their "Bristlen Morges" Swiss target rifle is a fine Italian-made copy of a mid-19th century Helvetian offhand Schuetzen.