The Sauer is a river in France (Alsace) and Germany (Rhineland-Palatinate). A left tributary of the river Rhine, its total length is about 70 km. Its upper course, in Germany, is called Saarbach. Its source is in the Palatinate forest, near the French border, south of Pirmasens. It flows into France near Schœnau, and continues thr
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The Sauer (German, Luxembourgish) or Sûre (French) is a river in Belgium, Luxembourg and Germany. A left tributary of the river Moselle, its total length is 173 km. Rising near Vaux-sur-Sûre in the Ardennes in southeastern Belgium, the Sauer flows eastwards and crosses the border with Luxembourg near Martelange. It forms the border between Belgi
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Sauer, river: see Süre.
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Sauer is a German surname. Notable people with this surname (or Sauers) include: ==Persons== ...
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The Sauer is a tributary river to the Moselle, flowing through Belgium, Luxembourg and Germany. Sauer may also refer to: == Places == == Other == ...
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Sauer (Altenau) is a river of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. ...
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One of the six Taste (Next to bitter , greasy , salty , sweet , umami ), Which is perceived mainly in the central border of the tongue area. The acid is relatively strong sensation of the wine temperature dependent. In the Heat of the impression of sharpness by the interaction of alcohol and acid is amplified. A dry white wine with a total acidity
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