lucerne lucerne  /ˈlu sərn/


  • (n) important European leguminous forage plant with trifoliate leaves and blue-violet flowers grown widely as a pasture and hay crop



  • He scrabbled hard to get enough lucerne (alfalfa) for his hungry flock.


  1. Veterans Memorial Monument

    The Lucerne Valley Economic Development Associated last Tuesday voted to donate $250 to the Lucerne Valley Veterans Memorial Monument.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: The Lucerne Valley Leader

  2. Lucerne Valley student wins scholarship

    Tyrone Walker, a senior from Lucerne Valley High School, is the winner of the 2012-13 Bridgestone/Firestone Scholarship Award. The award honors students who are continuing their education in automotive technology at the post-secondary level.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: The Lucerne Valley Leader

  3. Lucerne Valley Elementary School

    Twenty-four Lucerne Valley Elementary School students had perfect attendance for the 2012-13 school year. At the last day of school carnival, the students were awarded medals for their achievement.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: The Lucerne Valley Leader

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  1. "This worked out to be a good scenario for our crew - to qualify earlier this week and then keep the momentum up for racing at the World Cup definitely worked well for us," said Williams, a veteran of two Olympics. "Between Lucerne, the...
    on Jun 22, 2008 By: Buffy Williams Source:

  2. "getAbstract is a company founded by book lovers," Dobelli said. "At our home office in Lucerne, Switzerland, we maintain a master library of each book we have ever summarized. However, we often receive duplicate copies from our publishing...
    on Feb 24, 2009 By: Rolf Dobelli Source: (press release)

  3. When asked if he expected to compete at this year's world championships in the pair, Triggs-Hodge said: "I'm not thinking about that now. We've got four days to get ourselves together before we have to face them again in Lucerne."
    on Jul 4, 2010 By: Andrew Triggs-Hodge Source: The Guardian

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