Krems

Krems noun A variety of white lead. See Krems lead , under Lead , noun
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Krems

• (n.) A variety of white lead. See Krems lead, under Lead, n.
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Krems

city, northeastern Austria, at the confluence of the Danube (Donau) and Krems rivers, northwest of Vienna. Mentioned in 995 as an imperial fortress, ...
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Krems

KREMS is an abbreviation for Kiernan Re-entry Measurement Site
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Krems

[Upper Austria] The Krems is an approximately 60 kilometer long tributary of the Traun in Upper Austria. It originates at the foot of the mountain `Kremsmauer` in Micheldorf, runs northwards in the Traunviertel through the Upper-Austrian Alpine foothills, and flows into the Traun in Ebelsberg, a district of Linz. The largest towns in the va...
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Krems

[Lower Austria] The Krems is a river in Waldviertel in northern Lower Austria. There are in reality two rivers: the `Große Krems` (Greater Krems), meaning either the whole river system or the main river, while the smaller one is called the `Kleine Krems` (Lesser Krems). The Krems originally flowed into the Danube by Krems an der Donau, but...
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