liege[ leej, leezh ]SEE DEFINITION OF liege
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From Liege to Cologne the country exhibited one boundless harvest.
The defenses of Liege were hardly worth an enemy's gunfire before 1890.
Whether this included the reenforcement by the Liege infantry is uncertain.
The situation of the city is not as imposing as that of Liege.
Doubtless reports had come to him of the situation at Liege.
But the Germans had learned a severely taught lesson at Liege.
Possibly the Germans had begun to doubt how long Liege could hold out.
This was luckily repeated to my son, who had him arrested at Liege.
There has been no return of it but from the Minister of Liege.
You will set out at once to follow me along the road to Liege.