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[Beethoven] `Adelaide`, Op. 46, (aːdəlaːˈiːdə is a song for solo voice and piano composed in about 1795 by Ludwig van Beethoven. The text is a poem in German by Friedrich von Matthisson (1761–1831). ==Composition and publication== During the period he created `Adelaide`, Beethoven was in his mid twenties; he had come to Vienna in 17...
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Adelaide

[n] - the state capital of South Australia
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Adelaide

(1792-1849) Queen consort of William IV of Great Britain and Ireland. Daughter of...
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Adelaide

noun the state capital of South Australia
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(from the article `Matthisson, Friedrich von`) ...poems, which brought him great popularity in his time, were published as Gedichte in 1787; their melodious verse exhibits a vigour and warmth ...
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city and capital of the state of South Australia. Situated at the base of the Mount Lofty Ranges, 9 miles (14 km) inland from the centre of the ... [4 related articles]
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Adelaide

Adelaide is a French girl name. The meaning of the name is `Noble, Kind` Where is it used? The name Adelaide is mainly used In English.How do they say it elsewhere? Alida ( In Hungarian) Adelheid ( In German, Dutch and In Scandinavian) Adalheid ( In German) Adélaïde ( In French) If it`s too long people might use In German: Aleit In English: Ada...
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[ship] Online Database`s Australian National Shipwreck Database Australian Shipping - Arrivals and Departures 1788-1968 including shipwrecks Encyclopedia of Australian Shipwrecks - New South Wales Shipwrecks Books ...
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Adelaide

[1879] Online Database`s Australian National Shipwreck Database Australian Shipping - Arrivals and Departures 1788-1968 including shipwrecks Encyclopedia of Australian Shipwrecks - New South Wales Shipwrecks Books ...
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[1832] The Adelaide was a wooden cutter that was wrecked near Bird Island, Norah Head, New South Wales, in May 1834. She was carrying a load of timber. ...
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Adelaide

[suburb] This is a category for past and present managers of NK Čelik Zenica. ...
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HMAS Adelaide was an Australian Chatham Class light cruiser of 5400 tons displacement launched in 1918. HMAS Adelaide carried a complement of 390 and was powered by Yarrow boilers providing a top speed of 25 knots. Armaments consisted of eight 6-inch guns; three 4-inch anti-aircraft guns; four 3-pdr guns; twelve smaller guns and two 21-inch submerg...
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Adelaide, city (1991 pop. 957,480), capital and chief port of South Australia, S Australia, at the mouth of the Torrens River on Gulf St. Vincent. It has automotive, textile, and other industries. Grains, wool, dairy products, wine, and fruit are exported. In the face of declining manufacturing, ser...
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Adelaide (ăd'ulād) or Adelheid (ä'delhīt) , c.931–999, empress consort of Holy Roman Emperor Otto I, daughter of King Rudolf II of Arles. After the death (950) of her first husband, King Lothair of Italy, she was about to be forced into a marriage with the son of...
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Adelaide was queen of England. She was born in 1792 and died in 1849. The daughter of George, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Meiningen, and wife of the Duke of Clarence, afterwards William IV, King of England whom she married on the 11th of July, 1818. She had two daughters, who died in infancy. She became queen-consort on William attaining the throne in 1830...
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(city) Capital and chief port of South Australia; population (2001 est) 1,072,600. Adelaide is situated on the River Torrens, 11 km/7 mi from the Gulf of St Vincent. The city is the economic and cultural centre of South Australia, and a major focus for rail, road, sea and air routes. T...
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Adelaide

[opera] Adelaide or l`Adelaide is an opera by Antonio Sartorio to an Italian libretto by Pietro Dolfin. It was premiered in Venice at the Teatro San Salvatore in 1672. An exact date is not known, although the libretto is dedicated February 19, 1672. The genre of the opera is dramma per musica. The libretto follows the same historical events...
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Adelaide

[disambiguation] Adelaide is the capital city of South Australia. Adelaide is also commonly the given name Adelaide Adelaide may also refer to: == Place names == == People == === Without surnames (in chronological order) === See also Adelais, as some individuals with that name are also called Adelaide. === With surnames === == Ships == == M...
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Adelaide

Adelaide (d {Respell|AD|ə-layd}) is the capital city of South Australia and the fifth-largest city in Australia. As of June 2013, Adelaide had an estimated resident population of 1.29 million. The demonym `Adelaidean` is used in reference to the city and its residents. Adelaide is north of the Fleurieu Peninsula, on the Adelaide Plains between .....
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<i>(Australia)</i> Super Zone (GI range) with the regions of the Barossa, Fleurieu and Mount Lofty Ranges in South Australia, see Australia .
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<i>(Rebsorte)</i> The red variety is an interspecific new breeding between Concord x Muscat Hamburg. The crossing of the hybrids was carried out in 1870 in the United States by the breeder JH Ricketts. It is used as table grape used. See also Concord .
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Term for a wine bottle in 1958 in Staffordshire (England) for a sherry is made. It was 1.5 meters long, took 26 gallons of wine (around 98.5 liters) and weighed 220 pounds (~ 110 kg). The bottle was named after Princess Adelheid of Saxe-Meiningen Amalie Luise Therese Caroline (1792-1849). She married in 1818 the British Crown Prince William and tra...
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[given name] Adelaide is the English form of a Germanic given name, from Old High German Adalheidis `noble natured`. The modern German form is Adelheid, famously the first name of Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen, queen consort to William IV of the United Kingdom, from whom place name Adelaide was derived for many places throughout the former Bri...
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Adelaide

[horse] Adelaide foaled 19 February 2011 is an Irish thoroughbred racehorse. == Background == Adelaide was sired by champion sire Galileo out of the mare Elletelle winner of the 2007 Queen Mary Stakes. He is owned by a partnership of Derrick Smith, Susan Magnier and Michael Tabor. He is trained by Aidan O`Brien. == Racing career == Adelaide...
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