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Bromberg

[brom-burg; German brawm-berk] /ˈbrɒm bɜrg; German ˈbrɔm bɛrk/
noun
1.
German name of Bydgoszcz.
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  • The Duke of Montebello had the honor of receiving him at Bromberg amid a salute of twenty-one cannon.

  • She turned on Bromberg, her hazel eyes very bright, her face surging with colour.

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  • The Mobile Tribune had been publishing criticisms on his administration and also of Mr. Bromberg, one of his political brethren.

  • Bromberg rested both hairy fists on the desk and glared down at Puma.

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  • After having finished my military year's practice, I settled in Bromberg, and soon found a promising sphere of activity.

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  • Bromberg , a busy town on the Brahe, in Prussian Posen; being a frontier town, it suffered much in times of war.

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  • We still own two industrial establishments, the flour mills in Bromberg and a linen spinnery in Landeshut in Silesia.

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British Dictionary definitions for Bromberg

Bromberg

/ˈbrɔmbɛrk/
noun
1.
the German name for Bydgoszcz
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