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hamburg

n. a hamburger. (see also burger.) I’d like a couple of hamburgs and a shake.
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In Frankfort everybody wears clean clothes, and I think we noticed that this strange thing was the case in Hamburg, too, and in the villages along the road.
We found that a steamer for Hamburg was likely to suit our purpose best, and we directed our thoughts chiefly to that vessel.
They exported their victims through Hamburg mostly.
Well, my dear, I got to Hull all right, and caught the boat to Hamburg, and then the train on here.
Hamburg does spend a decent amount of space discussing Oliver Stone and the movie business in general, and he tries to make the insights he offers in these parts seem fresh and relevant.
The German police raid an export-import firm located in Hamburg and owned by a Syrian-born German suspected of ties to the Sept.
It seems the boys had been accused of - ahem - urinating down from the pulpit of St Joseph's Church in Hamburg during that early period when they hammered out their dynamic musical style in the dank clubs of the city's red light district.
First, for this virtual territory a real one was chosen: a private square that arose in the course of recent redevelopment in Hamburg.
Hamburg: Hamburg, a port city, is trying to become a medical tourism hub, according to Sascha Albertsen, director of corporate communications at Hamburg Tourist Board.
10 January 2014 - Swedish state-owned utility Vattenfall AB said today that Hamburg had started talks to potentially buy the company's electricity grid and district heating businesses in the German city.
Target: Vattenfall's electricity grid and district heating businesses in Hamburg
Summary: DUBAI - Dubai and Hamburg airports have excellent tourism potential and Emirates airline plays active role to help double Gulf tourists to Germany in the last five years, Hamburg Airport chief executive officer Michael Eggenschwiler said.
The Hamburg Tourist Board (HHT) further expands its networks abroad: next to London, New York, Stockholm, Saint Petersburg, Tokyo, the HHT officially opens its seventh foreign representative office in Dubai (United Arab Emirates) today.
What would the poet Heinrich Heine, whose death 150 years ago is commemorated this year, have thought of Hamburg today?