English to Danish Meaning :: ulster

Ulster :
- Ulsterulsters

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Noun(1) a historic division of Ireland located in the northeastern part of the island; six of Ulster's nine counties are in Northern Ireland(2) loose long overcoat of heavy fabric; usually belted

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(1) Woolf enjoys furnishing Johnson's London house in her imagination as much as she enjoys, we suspect, conjuring up the anemic-brained man in the ulster .(2) What is pathetic about the anemic-brained man in the ulster is that he has been misled, that the tablet will not fulfill his earnest belief in its power as a representation of Dr. Johnson, and yet the man will continue to believe in the tablet.(3) British gun expert Richard Law has found photographs in which the outline of the big Colt automatic through the fabric of this man's heavy ulster is clearly visible.(4) He is frequently encountered wearing his trademark Ulster coat, deerstalker cap, and a long cravat tightly wrapped around his neck.(5) An Ulster Coat is basically an overcoat without sleeves that was very popular from about 1830 to 1910.
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1. ulster ::
2. chesterfield ::
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ulster, ulsters
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