Allerød /ˈalərəːd/

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I. noun ( the Allerød)

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[Geology] the second climatic stage of the late-glacial period in northern Europe, between the two Dryas stages (about 12,000 to 10,800 years ago). It was an interlude of warmer weather marked by the spread of birch.
– origin 1920s: place name near Copenhagen in Denmark.

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