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Austria

Place

Austria was, according to the early medieval geographical classification, the eastern portion of Langobardia Major, the north-central part of the Lombard Kingdom, extended from the Adda to Friuli and opposite to Neustria. The partition had not only are territorial, but also implies significant cultural and political differences.

Music

"Austria" is a composition.

Writings

  1. "Austria" is a book by Evelyne Kolnberger.
    • subjects: Description and travel, Pictorial works
  2. "Austria" is a book by Michael B. Winch.
    • subject: Pictorial works
  3. "Austria" is a book by Hans W. Hannau.
    • subject: Pictorial works
  4. "Austria" is a book by Denys Salt.
  5. "Austria" is a book by Michael Sauberer.

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Miscellanea

  1. Austria a.k.a. The Austrian Federal Government is a collective body of the highest-ranking officers of the Austrian executive branch. It consists of the Chancellor, the Vice-Chancellor and the other federal ministers of the Austrian cabinet. Together with the President, the Government forms the supreme federal authority.
  2. Austria is the name of the typeface formerly used on all official road signage in Austria. A modified version of its German counterpart DIN 1451, it came in narrow- and medium-width fonts. Since 2010 it has been replaced on all new road signs by the more recently developed TERN typeface.

Phrases with Austria

Phrases starting with the word Austria:

  1. austria-hungary
  2. Austria Timmia Moss

Phrases ending with the word Austria:

  1. Melitaea Austria
  2. capital of austria
  3. republic of austria
  4. Melitaea Didyma Austria
  5. Species Melitaea Austria
  6. Subspecies Melitaea Didyma Austria

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Austria

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Google previewA Study Guide for Mark Twain's "No. 44, The Mysterious Stranger"

by Gale, Cengage Learning

1490s: Austria is a duchy within the Roman Empire, ruled by the hereditary Habsburg dynasty.

Today: Austria is an independent democratic nation with a parliamentary system of government, based on the constitution of 1920 (revised in ...

Google previewLiteracy and History (2007)

The Celts

Austria is a very mountainous country because (e) The highest mountain in the Alps is (f) Hallstatt, ...

Google previewThe Saturday Evening Post (1920)

At the present time, due to the rulings of an ill-advised body of men known as the Peace Conference, Austria is a small,

Google previewThe Impact of European Integration on Regional Structural Change and Cohesion (2008)

by Christiane Krieger-Boden, Edgar Morgenroth, George Petrakos

Moreover, Austria is a close neighbour to several of the new entrants, and it shares a common history with them that may also affect economic structures, trade relations and general attitudes to a certain degree up to today. Accordingly, a vast ...

Google previewDefense and Security

A Compendium of National Armed Forces and Security Policies by Karl R. DeRouen

Austria is a fairly small country. Its territory encompasses 83,858 square kilometers (32,368 square miles), approximately one-eighth the size of Texas. The country is located north of Italy and Slovenia and south of Germany, the Czech ...

Google previewRipley's World (2011)

The Enthralling Story of the British Lion's Most Crucial Battle by Andy Ripley

Austria is a country of about 8 million inhabitants, with a glorious political, military and especially cultural history, having been ruled for centuries by the great Habsburg dynasty. Before the Year of Revolution in 1848, when Germany, like Italy, ...

Google previewAssessing the Causes and Effects of Electoral Volatility: ...

Austria: The Low Volatility – Low Turnover Case A democracy inaugurated in 1945 after World War II, Austria is a parliamentary system with a bicameral legislature. Falling into the Low Volatility – Low Turnover cluster, Austria has a mean ...

Google previewNational Perspectives on Russia (2013)

European Foreign Policy in the Making? by Maxine David, Jackie Gower, Hiski Haukkala

Austria is a small country in Central Europe whose presentday identity is founded in its former Habsburg identity, the two civil wars in 1934, the authoritarian corporative state of 1934–38, its experiences as a part of the Third Reich and during ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Austria (2009)

by Paula Sutter Fichtner

Like Lower Austria, it is administered in four historic quarters (Germ.: Vierteln), which took shape over several centuries of development and territorial acquisition. The capital is Linz, which is both a manufacturing center ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Metropolitana; Or, Universal Dictionary of Knowledge on an Original Plan Comprising the Twofold Advantage of a Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement, with Appropriate Engravings Edited by Edward Smedley, Hugh James Rose, Henry John Rose (1845)

Miscellaneous and lexicographical, vol. 2

AUSTRIA, Cmcu: or, occupies the south-east part of Germany, and was the largest of the ten circles into which that empire was lately divided. It is bounded on the east by Hungary: on the north by Moravia, Bohemia, Bavaria, and Swabia ; on ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Geography, ancient and modern, etc (1834)

by Josiah CONDER (Editor of “The Patriot.”.)

AUSTRIA. An empire comprehending the larger part of the countries formerly included in the Germanic empire, together with the kingdom of Hungary, Dalmatia, Istria, Venice, and Lombardy; comprising a surface of nearly 300,000 square ...

Google previewWorld Encyclopedia of Contemporary Theatre (2014)

Volume 1: Europe by Peter Nagy, Philippe Rouyer

Until the timewhen theIron Curtain was dismantled, Austria was consideredas the easternmost country in the west. Its geopolitical situation is thrown intorelief by alistof Austria«s neighbouring countries: Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Germany, ...

Google previewThe Wiley-Blackwell Dictionary of Modern European History Since 1789 (2011)

by Nicholas Atkin, Michael Biddiss, Frank Tallett

Austria For the period up to 1918, the history of modern Austria is best considered within the overall context of the HABSBURG EMPIRE. It was only after that date, when the multi-national imperial system which ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Library and Information Science (1986)

Volume 40 - Supplement 5: Austria: National Library of to The Swiss National Library by Allen Kent

Volume 40 - Supplement 5: Austria: National Library of to The Swiss National Library Allen Kent...

areas were elevated by the Emperor Charles VI to the Imperial Principality bearing the name Liechtenstein, under direct suzerainty to Austria.

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That Germany was so immensely strong and Austria so dependent upon German strength that the word and will of Germany would at the critical moment be decisive with Austria. (Edward Grey)
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Scrabble value of A1U1S1T1R1I1A1

The value of this 7-letter word is 7 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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