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  • A city of southwest Norway south of Bergen on an inlet of the North Sea.

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  • proper noun A municipality in Sør-Trøndelag, Norway. It is also the third largest town in Norway after Oslo and Bergen.

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  • noun a port city in southwestern Norway; center for shipbuilding industry

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Examples

  • School in Stavanger (southwestern Norway) in 1867-1891.

    Bio - Johannes Vilhelm Christian Steen

  • Norwegian architect Tommie Wilhelmsen designed this house in Stavanger, Norway.

    Vivendelstien House by Tommie Wilhelmsen

  • "It's coincidentally across the street from the Apple shop here in Stavanger, Norway."

    - Boing Boing

  • The letter from Mowinckel was quoted in Stavanger Aftenblad, November

    Controversies and Criticisms

  • Lange was born in Stavanger, an old city on Norway's southwestern coast.

    Christian Lange - Biography

  • Holly McPeak and Elaine Youngs led a U.S. sweep at the ConocoPhillips Open in Stavanger, Norway.

    USATODAY.com - Bailey bangs his way to Olympic athlete honor

  • Once in a city called Stavanger, Norway, I was asked to come and pray for a sister who was in the last stages of tuberculosis of the lungs.

    Personal Experiences of S O Susag

  • Once in a city called Stavanger, Norway, I was asked to come and pray for a sister who was in the last stages of tuberculosis of the lungs.

    Personal Experiences of S. O. Susag

  • Just as crucial to the equation is drummer Audun Kleive: with the title track and "Stavanger" in particular, and to a lesser extent on "Williamsburg" and "Fly", it's the aggressiveness of his empathy with Eick which lends these compositions much of their cumulative charge.

    PopMatters

  • The captioned donations from around the globe—including a can of love incense that "doesn't work" (Bloomington, Ind.) and an iron used to press a wedding suit (Stavanger, Norway)—are funny, poignant, biting, sweet.

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