American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southwest Germany southeast of Frankfurt. It was chartered in 1330. Population: 141,000.
“Mr. Rehfeld was born to a Jewish family in Darmstadt, Germany.”
“Bloomberg News Vials of chemicals for organic light-emitting diode production are seen under ultraviolet light at the Merck KGaA research center in Darmstadt, near Frankfurt, Germany.”
“Jones spoke at the European Space Agency's operational center in Darmstadt, Germany, where former NASA astronauts and scientists from space agencies across the globe pushed for international space agencies to band together to address the issue from within the U.N. Jones and his colleagues proposed that a group involving the world's space agencies be established to pool resources to prevent such an asteroid's impact and to better inform the public of the possible threat.”
“Police in Darmstadt say the snakes were stuffed into a parcel that was handed in for mailing to eastern Germany.”
“Pastor Correvon and a Roman Catholic priest in Darmstadt took an active interest in WPA operations.”
“Hoffman found thirty-seven American prisoners in Darmstadt, although records indicated that over one hundred were supposed to be in the camp; the others had left on labor detachments with prisoners from Giessen.”
“The Hundertwasser House 'Waldspirale' ( 'Forest Spiral') was built in Darmstadt between 1998 and 2000.”
“It has just been announced that the German University, Technische UniversitÃ¤t Darmstadt is the winner of this years Solar Decathlon competition!”
“It has just been announced that the German University, Technische Universität Darmstadt is the winner of this years Solar Decathlon competition!”
“Team Darmstadt is rumored to have spend 1.2 million euros on thieir house, though about $400,000 went into transportation costs.”
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