Jersey - translation to german
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Jersey - translation to german

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  • Aerial view of fields in [[Saint Clement, Jersey]]
  • An 1893 painting of the ''Assize d'Heritage'' by [[John St Helier Lander]].
  • Jersey stamps commemorating the 150th anniversary of the birth of General [[William Mesny]]
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  • A statue of Jersey golfer, [[Harry Vardon]], stands at the entrance to the Royal Jersey Golf Club
  • A Channel Television crew interview the [[Bailiff of Jersey]]
  • Map of islands of [[Bailiwick]] of Jersey
  • Large, detailed map of Jersey
  • [[Jersey Airport]] greets travellers with "Welcome to Jersey" sign in [[Jèrriais]].
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  • Satellite view of Jersey
  • The Central Business District of St Helier
  • mèrvelles}}, are a favourite snack consisting of fried dough, found especially at country fêtes. According to tradition, the success of cooking depends on the state of the tide.
  • Sir John Chalmers McColl]] as Lieutenant Governor of Jersey
  • Liberation Day celebrations in Jersey, 9 May 2012
  • Saint Ouen]].
  • Actress [[Lillie Langtry]], nicknamed the ''Jersey Lily''.
  • [[Mont Orgueil]] was built in the 13th century after its split from Normandy.
  • St Thomas' Catholic Church in St Helier
  • The States building in St. Helier
  • [[Victor Hugo]] in exile, 1850s.

Jersey, British island in the English Channel; (Informal) New Jersey
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  • U.S. National Historical Park]] in 2009.
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  • gambling industry]].
  • Koreatown, Bergen County]], across the [[George Washington Bridge]] from [[New York City]]
  • Clinton]] (above), eastward to [[Raritan Bay]] and the [[Atlantic Ocean]].
  • [[Cranberry]] harvest
  • Warren County]] and neighboring [[Pennsylvania]].
  • Ethnic origins in New Jersey
  • New Brunswick]], nicknamed the ''Hub city'' and the ''Healthcare City'', is a focus city for academia, [[healthcare]], and culture in New Jersey.
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  • Jersey City]]
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  • adj=mid}} [[Morris Canal]] across [[North Jersey]]
  • [[Cape May–Lewes Ferry]] connects New Jersey and [[Delaware]] across [[Delaware Bay]].
  • Manasquan]].
  • A heat map showing median income distribution in New Jersey by county
  • Map of New Jersey's major transportation networks and cities
  • Rahway]]
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  • Philadelphia Metropolitan Area]].
  • U.S. Capitol]].
  • NFL]] stadiums shared by two teams, is home to the [[New York Giants]] and [[New York Jets]].
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  • [[Old Queens]] at [[Rutgers University]], the largest state university system in New Jersey
  • ''Washington Rallying the Americans at the Battle of Princeton'', a portrait by [[William Ranney]] depicting [[George Washington]] rallying his troops at the [[Battle of Princeton]] in January 1777
  • NHL]]'s [[New Jersey Devils]]
  • Midtown]] [[Manhattan]], [[New York City]]
  • area codes]]
  • Mercer County]] on December 25, 1776, prior to the [[Battle of Trenton]]
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Rutgers University         
  • The Rutgers College football team in 1882
  • 330 Cooper student housing at the Camden campus
  • The [[Archibald S. Alexander Library]] is the main library at Rutgers University–New Brunswick.
  • The Quad Clock on College Avenue campus
  • Oil painting of Revolutionary War hero and [[philanthropist]], Colonel [[Henry Rutgers]] (1745–1830), early benefactor and namesake of Rutgers University
  • The Digital Studies Center and Johnson Park at Rutgers University–Camden
  • [[Demarest Hall]] dormitory on the New Brunswick campus
  • Senator [[Elizabeth Warren]] received her JD from [[Rutgers Law School]] on the Newark campus in 1976.
  • [[James Gandolfini]], star of [[HBO]]'s [[The Sopranos]] received his B.A. from Rutgers-New Brunswick in 1983.
  • The ''Rutgers Tomato'' growing at a New Jersey greenhouse
  • SHI Stadium is home to Scarlet Knights football.
  • The Honors College at Rutgers–New Brunswick
  • Life Sciences / Genetics Building
  • Chef [[Mario Batali]] received his B.A. from Rutgers-New Brunswick in 1982.
  • [[New Jersey Hall]] on the New Brunswick College Avenue Campus was the home of the Agricultural Experiment Station, Biology and Chemistry faculty. It now houses the university's Department of Economics.
  • [[Old Queens]], the oldest building at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey, built between 1809 and 1825. Old Queens houses much of the Rutgers University administration.
  • Rutgers University–Camden quad walk
  • Rutgers Law School, Newark Campus
  • The Rutgers-New Brunswick Men's Varsity Eight rowing on the Raritain River
  • The Rutgers "R" logo debuted in 2001 and has represented the school in athletics since.
  • An art library on the College Avenue campus
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  • Shrubbery at the College Avenue campus
  • Prof. [[Selman A. Waksman]] (B.Sc. 1915), who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine for developing 22 antibiotics—most notably [[Streptomycin]]—in his laboratory at Rutgers University
  • The Voorhees Chapel is a notable landmark on the Douglass campus at Rutgers. Douglass was founded as an all-women's college in 1918, but now houses co-ed dormitories.
  • The Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum on Hamilton Street in New Brunswick
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Rutgers University, große öffentliche Universität im Staat New Jersey (USA)


A Jersey cow or a Jersey is a light brown cow that produces very creamy milk.
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Jersey (; Jèrriais: Jèrri [ʒɛri]), officially the Bailiwick of Jersey, is an island country and self-governing British Crown Dependency near the coast of north-west France. It is the largest of the Channel Islands and is 14 miles (23 km) from the Cotentin Peninsula in Normandy. The Bailiwick consists of the main island of Jersey and some surrounding uninhabited islands and rocks including Les Dirouilles, Les Écréhous, Les Minquiers, and Les Pierres de Lecq.

Jersey was part of the Duchy of Normandy, whose dukes became kings of England from 1066. After Normandy was lost by the kings of England in the 13th century, and the ducal title surrendered to France, Jersey remained loyal to the English Crown, though it never became part of the Kingdom of England.

Jersey is a self-governing parliamentary democracy under a constitutional monarchy, with its own financial, legal and judicial systems, and the power of self-determination. The island's relationship with the Crown is different from the other Crown Dependencies; the Lieutenant Governor represents the King there. Jersey is not part of the United Kingdom, and has an international identity separate from that of the UK, but the UK is constitutionally responsible for the defence of Jersey.

The island has a large financial services industry, which generates 40% of its GVA. British cultural influence on the island is evident in its use of English as the main language and Pound sterling as its primary currency. Additional British cultural similarities include: driving on the left, access to British television and newspapers, a school curriculum following that of England, and the popularity of British sports, including cricket. The island also has a strong Norman-French culture, such as its historic dialect of the Norman language, Jèrriais, being one of only two places in Normandy with government status for the language (the other being Guernsey), as well as the use of standard French in legal matters and officially in use as a government language, strong cultural ties to mainland Normandy as a part of the Normandy region, and place names with French or Norman origins. The island has very close cultural links with its neighbouring islands in the Bailiwick of Guernsey, and they share a good-natured rivalry. Jersey and its people have been described as a nation.

Pronunciation examples for Jersey
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Examples of use of Jersey
1. Heldrich Centers der Rutgers Universität in New Jersey hervor.
2. Dort verloren sie aber in sieben Spielen gegen die New Jersey Devils.
3. Strafzahlungen sind in New Jersey auf maximal das Fünffache des Schmerzensgeldes begrenzt.
4. "Diese Weiber sind von Fernsehen und Presse vergötterte Millionärinnen, die sich in ihrem Prominentenstatus sonnen", ätzte Coulter über die "Jersey Girls", vier emsige Frauen aus New Jersey, auf deren Druck die '/11–Kommission zu Stande gekommen war.
5. Der US–Bundesstaat New Jersey will nun juristisch gegen Öl–Konzerne und Tankstellenbetreiber vorgehen.