from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of southwest Germany on the Neckar River south-southeast of Heidelberg. Chartered in the 13th century, it later developed as an industrial center. It was heavily bombed during World War II. Population: 594,000.
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- proper n. The capital of Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
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- n. a city in southwestern Germany famous for innovative architecture
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STUTTGART - F.bruary 10, 2010: The engineers at Dr.Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, Stuttgart, have developed a new top-of-the-range sports car for the customer who will only settle for the very best in terms of power, performance and driving dynamics: the 911 Turbo S.
STUTTGART -- Former world number one Dinara Safina is set to begin her comeback from the painful back injury which has kept her out of tennis for three months at this week's WTA tournament in Stuttgart.
STUTTGART / WASHINGTON: Women are showing more interest in having their genital area surgically enhanced, according to the authors of an article in a medical journal on midwifery and gynaecology published in Stuttgart, southern Germany.
STUTTGART (AFP): Only four Olympic champions will be in Stuttgart this Saturday for the IAAF permit indoor meet after Cuban hurdler Dayron Robles withdrew with injury on Thursday.
STUTTGART, Germany (AP) - Stuttgart goalkeeper Jens Lehmann was fined an undisclosed sum Friday for criticizing the club's management over the firing of coach Markus Babbel.
STUTTGART, Germany & ATLANTA - (Business Wire) - January 30, 2009 - Porsche Automobil Holding SE, Stuttgart, was not able to escape the general downward trend in the global automotive industry in the first six months of the current year of business 2008 / 09 (1 August
For example, our parent company in Stuttgart is today asking the question: "What would it take to bring about 'accident-free driving'."
It pays to be vigilant, and those so tasked will no doubt take as their watchword "Stuttgart".
However, an investigation by public prosecutors in Stuttgart on alleged market manipulation is continuing.
In the late 1970s, Col. Ellis served as the CIA's station chief in Stuttgart, Germany.