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Definition of Werst

werst
Verst Verst, n. [Russ. versta: cf. F. verste.] A Russian measure of length containing 3,500 English feet. [Written also werst.]
Werst
Werst Werst (w[~e]rst), n. See Verst.

Meaning of Werst from wikipedia

- A verst (Russian: верста, versta) is an obsolete Russian unit of length defined as 500 sazhen. This makes a verst equal to 1.0668 kilometres (0.6629 miles;...
- 1958–1970 James L. Schauer 1970–1976 (resigned 1976) Larry Werst 1976–1994 (appt. 1976) Lawrence Werst 1994 - 2006 Tom Biltcliff 2006–present Topton was formerly...
- Rodolphe de Gortz; or the Castle of the Carpathians. In the village of Werst in the Carpathian mountains of Transylvania (then part of Austria-Hungary)...
- Rick Gonzalez as Rudy Bonilla (Owls pitcher) Chad Lindberg as Joe David Werst Angelo Spizzirri as Joel De La Garza (Owls catcher) Royce D. Applegate as...
- "quiet mode", which could be useful in urban combat. Bibliography M. D. Werst, B. G. Brinkman, L. Spann. Fabrication of a Compensated Pulsed Alternator...
- equatorial minutes 07,448.7 Württemberg 07,450 Hohenzollern 07,467.6 Russia 7 werst Obsolete Russian units of measurement 07,480 Bohemia 07,500 kleine / neue...
- council members elected in November 2011 to four-year terms include Bill Werst (Position 1), George Rau (Position 2), Jason Sabourin (Position 3) and Allan...
- 129–133. Bibcode:1997ITM....33..129P. doi:10.1109/20.559917. Zielinski, A.E.; Werst, M.D. (1997). "Cannon-caliber electromagnetic launcher". IEEE Transactions...
- in't bad way I heard your father was in a bad way.(D and Y are silent) werst thew of te where are you going wh'ista*who ar ye? Who are you? (especially...
- pronouns except the now largely archaic, but still used, 'thou', which uses 'werst'. 'Was' is not used. In the perfect tense, verbs are often preceded by an...
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