Brussels

[municipality] Samuel Johnson: A Life is a prize-winning biography of 18th-century English lexicographer Samuel Johnson by British literary critic David Nokes. It was published on October 27, 2009, shortly before the author`s death. Building on earlier work by scholars Robert DeMaria, Walter Jackson Bate, Lawrence Lipking and Peter Martin, ...
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Brussels

Brus'sels noun A city of Belgium, giving its name to a kind of carpet, a kind of lace, etc. Brussels carpet , a kind of carpet made of worsted yarn fixed in a foundation web of strong linen thread. The worsted, which alone shows on the upper surface in drawn up in loops to form the pattern.
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brussels

A city of Belgium, giving its name to a kind of carpet, a kind of lace, etc. Brussels carpet, a kind of carpet made of worsted yarn fixed in a foundation web of strong linen thread. The worsted, which alone shows on the upper surface in drawn up in loops to form the pattern. Brussels ground, a name given to the handmade ground of real Brussels lace...
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Brussels

• (n.) A city of Belgium, giving its name to a kind of carpet, a kind of lace, etc.
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Brussels

Brussels (brŭ'sulz) , Fr. Bruxelles, Du. Brussel, city and region (1995 pop. 948,122), 63 sq mi (162 sq km), capital of Belgium, central Belgium, on the Senne River and at the junction of the Charleroi-Brussels and Willebroek canals. The city lies within, but is not part of, Flemish Braban...
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Brussels

City and capital of Belgium, and of Brabant province, situated almost in the centre of the country in the Senne river valley at the junction of the Charleroi-Brussels and Willebroek canals; city population (2003 est) 981,200, urban agglomeration 1,750,600. Industries include lace, textiles, pharmaceuticals, electronics, processed food, mach...
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Brussels

The capital of Belgium and the location of the principal offices for the European Commission. It is also becoming the principal meeting place for European parliamentary committees.
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Brussels

[Armstrong Field] Brussels (Armstrong Field) Airport, {Airport codes||||CPD4}, is located adjacent to Brussels, Ontario, Canada. ...
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Brussels

Brussels (Bruxelles, Fr-Bruxelles.ogg; Brussel, Nl-Brussel.ogg), officially the Brussels-Capital Region (Région de Bruxelles-Capitale, Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest), is the capital and largest city of Belgium and the de facto capital of the European Union (EU). It is also the largest urban area in Belgium, comprising 19 municipalities, includin...
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