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also Kott·bus  (kŏt′bəs, kôt′bo͝os′)
A city of east-central Germany near the Polish border. It developed as a market center in the late 12th century.


(German ˈkɔtbʊs)
(Placename) an industrial city in E Germany, in Brandenburg on the Spree River. Pop: 107 549 (2003 est)


(ˈkɒt bəs, -bʊs)

a city in E Germany, on the Spree River. 125,784.
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Contract notice: security deposits in three (3) cottbus residential associations
The Cottbus Film Festival has beenheld annually since its establishment in 1991.
Berlin, Dhu-AlHijjah 26, 1436, October 10, 2015, SPA -- Police in the north-eastern German city of Cottbus this evening broke up a demonstration by people opposed to housing asylum seekers there.
Though the building itself has never been a synagogue, the town's Jewish history is long: the first record of Jewish residents in Cottbus dates back to 1448, and the city's first prayer space was established when the city had just 17 Jewish residents in 1811.
Al Ain: UAE Pro League champions Al Ain lost 3-0 to Russia's Krasnodar and drew 1-1 with Germany's Energie Cottbus during their pre-season tour of Austria.
Conversely Cottbus had a great start to the season winning four of their first five fixtures.
21 March 2011 - T-Systems, the IT arm of Deutsche Talekom (ETR:DTK), has signed a 10-year cooperation agreement with the city of Cottbus, the company said today without disclosing financial details.
STEVE McClaren's position as Wolfsburg manager has come under further scrutiny after his side were knocked out of the German version of the FA Cup, the DFB Pokal, 3-1 by Bundesliga 2 side Energie Cottbus.
Bulgarian midfielder Stanislav Angelov has decided not to renew his contract with Second Bundesliga side Energie Cottbus and would seek a new club, German tabloid Bild reported.
Amkar Perm defender Zahari Sirakov pulled out of the provisional squad due to a stomach problem while Energie Cottbus striker Dimitar Rangelov is still doubtful for the June 6 clash with an ankle injury.
PLAYERS from German club Energie Cottbus are to reimburse the entrance fees of fans who travelled to see them beaten 4-0 by Schalke last week.