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  • Maritime Alps — French: Alpes maritimes, Italian: Alpi Marittime Range …   Wikipedia

  • Maritime Alps — S division of the W Alps, along the French Italian border: highest peak, 10,817 ft (3,297 m) …   English World dictionary

  • Maritime Alps — a range of the Alps in SE France and NW Italy. * * * ▪ mountains, Europe Italian  Alpi Marittime,  French  Alpes Maritimes        segment of the Western Alps extending in an arc along the French–Italian border for 120 mi (190 km) between two… …   Universalium

  • Maritime Alps — Mar′itime Alps′ n. geg a range of the Alps in SE France and NW Italy …   From formal English to slang

  • Maritime Alps — /mærətaɪm ˈælps/ (say maruhtuym alps) noun a range of the Alps in south eastern France and north western Italy. Highest peak, Argentera, 3316 m …   Australian English dictionary

  • Maritime Alps — geographical name section of the W Alps SE France & NW Italy extending to the Mediterranean; highest point Punta Argentera 10,817 feet (3297 meters) …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Maritime Alps — noun A part of the Alps between France and Italy …   Wiktionary

  • Maritime Alps — a range of the Alps in SE France and NW Italy …   Useful english dictionary

  • Alps — /alps/, n. (used with a pl. v.) a mountain range in S Europe, extending from France through Switzerland and Italy into Austria, Slovenia, and Croatia. Highest peak, Mont Blanc, 15,781 ft. (4810 m). * * * I Mountain system, south central Europe.… …   Universalium

  • Alps — Alpe redirects here. For the German river, see Alpe (river). For other uses, see Alps (disambiguation). Alps Range The …   Wikipedia

  • Alps, French —    Forming an arc of 1,200 kilometers from the Gulf of Genoa to the Danube River at Vienna, the Alps are the highest and most densely settled mountain chain of Europe. Structurally, the alpine mountain system is divided into the western and… …   France. A reference guide from Renaissance to the Present

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