Linz


Linz

Linz [lints] Examples noun

  1. a port in N Austria, on the Danube River.

Upper Austria noun

  1. a province in N Austria. 4631 sq. mi. (11,995 sq. km). Capital: Linz.

Examples from the Web for linz Historical Examples of linz

  • Then, that I should be too far from the frontier; better to go on to Linz and take my chance there.

    Villa Rubein and Other Stories

    John Galsworthy

  • Mistelbauer had been a poor peasant boy of Helmannsd by Linz.

    The Invention of Lithography

    Alois Senefelder

  • What symphony it was which Mozart composed at Linz cannot be exactly ascertained.

    Life Of Mozart, Vol. 2 (of 3)

    Otto Jahn

  • But the autograph bears the inscription: Linz in October, 1812.

    The Life of Ludwig van Beethoven, Volume II (of 3)

    Alexander Wheelock Thayer

  • Linz is believed to stand on the site of the Roman station Lentia.

    Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 16, Slice 6

    Various

  • British Dictionary definitions for linz Linz 1 noun

    1. a port in N Austria, capital of Upper Austria, on the River Danube: cultural centre; steelworks. Pop: 183 504 (2001)Latin name: Lentia (ˈlɛntɪə, ˈlɛnsɪə)

    Linz 2 n acronym for

    1. Land Information New Zealand; the official body responsible for land registration, mapping, and surveying in New Zealand

    Upper Austria noun

    1. a state of N Austria: first divided from Lower Austria in 1251. Capital: Linz. Pop: 1 387 086 (2003 est). Area: 11 978 sq km (4625 sq miles)German name: Oberösterreich

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