1. At school, at the very outset, when the master was teaching us how to hold a pencil and to amuse us, would say, 'Now, draw a house, a tree, a flower, a boat, a mountain,' all of us without knowing or intending it, would draw Matterhorns.
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2. The Matterhorns of North America
3. Matterhorns kollektion av ytterkläder passar till alla tillfällen, både på jobbet och friti- den
4. Hundreds of Fund Manager (AIFMs), Fund Administrators, Family offices and other financial service providers across Europe use Matterhorns' Annex IV reporting software to report in line with ESMA requirements, to become less reliance on external partners and manage their own AIFMD reporting.
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5. The project - 150 Matterhorns in one year
6. Matterhorns in Switzerland puzzle in Puzzle of the Day jigsaw puzzles on TheJigsawPuzzles.com
7. Oregon's Matterhorns is an informal group of volcanoes in the Cascade Range, in the American state of Oregon.
8. The Pacific Crest Trail passes near, to all volcanoes of Oregon's Matterhorns.
9. Oregon's Matterhorns gained their name from Stephen Harris in his book Fire Mountains of the West
10. “Matterhorns” If a woman is lying on her back in a bathing suit and the breasts are vertical and upright “like little Matterhorns,” they’re implants, says Dr
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14. Eat: Breakfast on nutty Bergführerbrot, chocolate Matterhorns and sweet views of the Gornergrat train chugging up and down the mountain at the Getwingstrasse branch of Fuchs bakery (fuchs-zermatt.ch)
Matterhorn's Name. Matterhorn, the German name, is from the words Matte meaning “meadow” and horn meaning “peak.” Cervino, the Italian name, and Cervin, the French name, derive from the Latin words cervus and -inus meaning “place of Cervus.” Cervus is a genus of deer that includes elk.
Matterhorn meaning in General Dictionary. a mountain within the Alps regarding border between Switzerland and Italy (14,780 legs high); noted for the distinctive shape.
The name Matterhorn means roughly “the peak in the meadows,” from the German words Matte (“meadow”) and Horn (“peak”); the Italian and French names likely allude to the antlers of a red deer (Italian: cervo; French: cerf).
Matterhorn in English. The Matterhorn ( , , ) is a mountain of the Alps, straddling the main watershed and border between Switzerland and Italy. It is a huge and near-symmetrical pyramidal peak in the Monte Rosa area of the Pennine Alps, whose summit is high, making it one of the highest summits in the Alps and Europe.