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Pilsen

[pil-zuh n] /ˈpɪl zən/
noun
1.
German name of Plzeň.
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  • By the time they arrived at Pilsen the four gentlemen were on good terms and sat down together to the evening meal.

    The Mercenary W. J. Eccott
  • He did so, but it was at the head of an army, intending to surprise the duke in Pilsen.

    The Thirty Years War, Complete Friedrich Schiller
  • “I was in the ‘Prince of Pilsen,’” she informed Polly, confidentially.

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  • The chronicle is remarkable as being the first Bohemian work that was printed (at Pilsen in 1468).

  • Then getting astride his horse he was out of Eger and a mile on the road to Pilsen in a very few more.

    The Mercenary W. J. Eccott
  • The hunters joined in the pursuit; a second chase was before them; Mr. Pilsen had furnished them a second game.

  • How did you get away from Pilsen at last, and from whom did you steal that splendid charger on whom you rode up to the door?

  • The Taborites had for some time been besieging Pilsen, a city which held out for Sigismund.

  • But a rumour of the doings at Pilsen reached them on their journey, and suddenly stopped their further progress.

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Pilsen

/ˈpɪlzən/
noun
1.
the German name for Plzeň
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