|(Uhlrich) Protestant reformer from Switzerland (1484-1531)||Zwingli|
|capital of Switzerland||Bern|
|city in northwest Switzerland||Basel|
|city in southwest Switzerland||Geneva|
|Computer linking system between the former stock exchangetradingfloors in Zurich, Geneva, and Basel, Switzerland so that trades can be carried out between trader on all three of the tradingfloors.||Swiss Electronic Bourse (EBS)|
|dialect spoken in Switzerland, native or resident of Switzerland; Swiss muslin, transparent cotton fabric; Swiss cheese, pale-yellow cheese containing many holes (formerly made in Switzerland), of or pertaining to Switzerland or its people, somebody fr...||Swiss|
|either of two mountain passes running between Italy and Switzerland||St. Bernard Pass|
|franc coin, unit of currency in France; unit of currency in several European countries (including Belgium and Switzerland), unit of French currency||franc|
|highest mountain in Europe (4,807 m) which is located on the border between Switzerland Italy and France||Mont Blanc|
|historic region and former duchy of medieval Germany (includes some of the territory of modern-day Germany, France, and Switzerland)||Swabia|
|member of Helvetii, native or inhabitant of Switzerland, Swiss; member of the ancient Celtic people of Helvetia (Swiss Alps), pertainng to or of Switzerland; relating to or of Helvetia; relating to or of Helvetii who inhabited the Swiss Alps, somebody ...||Helvetian|
|mountain located in the Bernese Alps of southern Switzerland (height: 4158 meters)||Jungfrau|
|mountain range between Switzerland and France; Jurassic period (Geology); administrative district in eastern France||Jura|
|mountain range in southern Europe stretching from southern Germany through Austria and Switzerland down to Italy and southern France||Alps|
|native of Bern, resident of Bern (capital of Switzerland), pertaining to Bern, from Bern (capital of Switzerland)||Bernese|
|native or resident of Geneva (Switzerland); Calvinist||genevan|
|of or pertaining to Geneva (Switzerland) or its residents; of or relating to the doctrines and teachings of John Calvin in Geneva; calvinistic||genevan|
|of Rhaetia, of Rhaeto-Romance, resident or inhabitant of the area bordering between Italy and Switzerland and Austria and Switzerland||Rhaetian|
|principality in central Europe between Austria and Switzerland||Liechtenstein|
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