from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- A city of east-central Germany on the Elbe River east-southeast of Leipzig. An industrial and cultural center, it was severely damaged in bombing raids during World War II.
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- proper noun The capital city of the
GermanFederal State of Saxony.
- proper noun A village in Kent County,
- noun A variety of
china, originally manufactured in the city, but manufactured in Meissenfrom the 18th century.
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- noun a city in southeastern Germany on the Elbe River; it was almost totally destroyed by British air raids in 1945
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DRESDEN -- Bargain hunters, dressed in their pajamas, were out early to find the best deals at the village shops in Dresden during the seventh annual Pajama Party.
DRESDEN -- One-by-one, the boys carefully put their cars on the track and waited to see whose car would finish first at the annual Pinewood Derby for Cub Scout Pack 121 of Dresden.
DRESDEN -- The second phase of sewer upgrades in Dresden will soon go ahead, the Chatham-Kent public utilities commission says.
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DRESDEN - Open enrollment applications for the 2009-2010 school year for Tri-Valley Local Schools may be picked up at the district office, 36 E. Muskingum Avenue, Dresden.
DRESDEN -- A $5,000 reward is being offered for information regarding several fires in Dresden this year.
DRESDEN - The three fires in Dresden this year appear not to be related nor do the first two appear to be arson, according to the State Fire Marshal's Office.
DRESDEN -- When people come home to Dresden for the holiday on Saturday, they will find the village has been transformed by the glow of the Christmas lights.
DRESDEN - The community of Dresden has been rocked by several recent fires, yet remain resilient and together.
DRESDEN -- The streets were alive with friends, family and bright colorful lights as the village of Dresden celebrated its annual Come Home for the Holiday event.
Unfortunately (from my point of view at least) the Frauenkirche in Dresden is being rebuilt; as a ruin it was very strongly symbolic while now it is only a church, and not a particularly interesting one from an artistic or architectural point of view.