Blucher

The Blucher was a German Hipper Class heavy cruiser (schwere kreuzer) of 10000 tons displacement launched around 1938. The Blucher had a top speed of 32 knots and carried a complement of 830. She was armed with eight 8 inch guns; twelve 4.1 inch anti-aircraft guns; twelve 37 mm anti-aircraft guns; twelve 21 inch torpedo tubes arranged in four tripl...
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blucher

[n] - a high shoe with laces over the tongue
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Blucher

Blu'cher (blū'kẽr) noun A kind of half boot, named from the Prussian general Blücher . Thackeray.
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blucher

noun a high shoe with laces over the tongue
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Blucher

• (n.) A kind of half boot, named from the Prussian general Blucher.
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Blucher

(from the article `Stephenson, George`) ...that created frequent breakdowns. Stephenson thought he could do better, and, after conferring with Lord Ravensworth, the principal owner of ...
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Blücher

(from the article `World War I`) Ludendorff finally launched `Blücher` on May 27, on a front extending from Coucy, north of Soissons, eastward toward Reims. The Germans, with 15 ...
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blücher

(from the article `nap`) ...than all preceding bids. From low to high, the bids are two tricks, three tricks, misère (lose every trick), four tricks, nap (five tricks), ...
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Blucher

A blucher was a type of 19th century horse-drawn coach.
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Blucher

A blucher was a 19th century strong, laced, leather half-boot or high shoe, named after the famous Prussian Field-Marshall Gebhard Blucher. In America, the term blucher describes a laced-up shoe.
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blucher

leather half-boot
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