Definition of Aiguilles
1. aiguille [n] - See also: aiguille
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Aiguilles
aiguilles (current term)
Literary usage of Aiguilles
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Glaciers of the Alps: Being a Narrative of Excursions and Ascents, an by John Tyndall (1860)
"A lady accompanied us on horseback to the point where the path to the Grands Mulets deviates from that to the Plan des aiguilles; here she turned to the ..."
2. Mathematical and Physical Papers: Collected from Different Scientific by Baron William Thomson Kelvin, Sir Joseph Larmor, James Prescott Joule (1884)
"[Phil. Mag. April and Aug.. " ELECTROSTATICS AND MAGNETISM,» Art. vi.] ART. LXV. REMARQUES SUR LES OSCILLATIONS D'aiguilles NO. ..."
3. The Complete Works by John Ruskin (1894)
"I begin with the aiguilles. In Fig. 24, p. 219, at «, it was assumed that the mass was raised highest merely where the elevating force was greatest, ..."
4. The Scenery of Switzerland and the Causes to which it is Due by John Lubbock (1896)
"104), the lesser, that of the aiguilles Rouges on the NW and the greater Mont Blanc range on the SE, separated by the longitudinal valley of Chamouni, ..."
5. Southern France Including Corsica: Handbook for Travellers by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1907)
"To the N. stretches the Glacier Lombard, beyond which are the aiguilles de la ... Me'ridionale and Centrale, or by the Col des aiguilles-d'Arves (10335 ft. ..."