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" Some such belief it must have been that led another to say, "There is more water than land in Holland." As an example of carefully detailed inaccuracy, the following takes a high rank: "Holland is bounded on the north by the Baltic Sea and Denmark, on... "
Geographical Compilation for the Use of Schools: Being an Accurate ... - Página 452
1806
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Historical and miscellaneous questions

Richmal Mangnall - 1848
...fit. 24. Tolera'tion, *. allowance of religious worship without restraint. GERMANY. 1. How is Germany bounded? On the north by the Baltic Sea and Denmark ; on the east by Poland and Hungary ; on the south by Switzerland and the Alps ; and on the west by France,...
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The Living Age, Volumen209

1896
...Holland." As an example of carefully detailed inaccuracy, the following takes a high rank: "Holland is bounded on the north by the Baltic Sea and Denmark, on the east by Hungary and Russia, on the south by France and Spain, and on the west by the lrish Sea and...
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The Living Age ..., Volumen209

1896
...Holland." As an example of carefully detailed inaccuracy, the following takes a high rank: "Holland is bounded on the north by the Baltic Sea and Denmark, on the east by Hungary and Russia, on the south by France and Spain, and on the west by the Irish Sea and...
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volumen159

1896
...Holland." As an example of carefully detailed inaccuracy, the following takes a high rank : " Holland is bounded on the north by the Baltic Sea and Denmark, on the east by Hungary and Russia, on the south by France and Spain, and on the west by the Irish Sea and...
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The World's History: Central and northern Europe

Hans Ferdinand Helmolt - 1907
...period the territory of the Slav peoples upon the Elbe and Oder, who have long since disappeared, was bounded on the north by the Baltic Sea and Denmark, on the west by the Saxons and Thuringians, on the south by the Bohemians and the Moravians, and on the east by the Poles...
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