Wealden


Wealden
Weal|den 〈[wi:l-] n.; Gen.: -s; Pl.: unz.; Geol.〉 limnisch-terrestrische Ablagerung mit Kohlenflözen in der Unteren Kreide [Etym.: nach Weald, einer Landschaft in Südostengland]

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  • Wealden —   [ viːldən; nach der englischen Landschaft The Weald] das, (s), Geologie: festländische, limnisch brackige Schichtenfolge der untersten Unterkreide, von Südengland über Nordwestdeutschland bis Polen verbreitet; Sandsteine (mit Kohlenflözen, aus… …   Universal-Lexikon

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  • Wealden F.C. — Football club infobox clubname = Wealden fullname = Wealden Football Club nickname = The Oaks founded = 1988 ground = The Oaks Uckfield capacity = chairman = Tom Parker manager = Richardson Thomsett league = Sussex County League Division Two… …   Wikipedia

  • Wealden — ▪ district, England, United Kingdom       district, administrative county of East Sussex, historic county of Sussex, England. The district takes its name from that of the Weald (Weald, The), a region of forested ridges that lies between the chalk …   Universalium

  • Wealden — GeographyWealden District covers two main upland areas: the section of the High Weald within East Sussex; and the eastern end of the South Downs, between which lies the Vale of Sussex. The River Ouse, some of the tributaries of which originate in …   Wikipedia

  • Wealden — adjective Of, from or relating to The Weald …   Wiktionary


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