Ingolstadt


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In·gol·stadt

 (ĭng′gəl-shtät′, -gôl-)
A city of southeast Germany on the Danube River north of Munich.

Ingolstadt

(German ˈɪŋɡɔlʃtat)
n
(Placename) a city in S central Germany, in Bavaria on the River Danube: oil-refining. Pop: 119 528 (2003 est)
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When I had attained the age of seventeen my parents resolved that I should become a student at the university of Ingolstadt.
My departure for Ingolstadt, which had been deferred by these events, was now again determined upon.
I had sufficient leisure for these and many other reflections during my journey to Ingolstadt, which was long and fatiguing.
Such were my reflections during the first two or three days of my residence at Ingolstadt, which were chiefly spent in becoming acquainted with the localities and the principal residents in my new abode.
This agreement is designed to provide the financial resources necessary to meet critical expenses, to maintain safe ongoing operations at the Coryton and Ingolstadt refineries," it said in a statement.
According to a company press release, Audi purchased about 100 acres of land in Menchsmenster to accommodate some of the growth of its Ingolstadt manufacturing site.
Audi plans to keep expanding its model portfolio in the coming years at an undiminished pace," the carmaker said in a statement prepared for delivery yesterday at its annual press conference in Ingolstadt, Germany.
A delegation from the West Midlands, led by the Institute of Directors, has just returned from a two day visit to Audi's headquarters in Ingolstadt, Upper Bavaria, to see what we in Britain could learn from our European colleagues.
What is now the manuscript collection of Munich University Library derives largely from that of the University Library of Ingolstadt (1472-1802), enriched by the collections of the mendicant houses in Landshut and some further books from Bavarian monasteries which came to the University Library rather than the State Library after the secularization.
The Geneva International Corporation of Wheeling, IN, has announced the introduction of Herrnbrau Herrn-Radler Lemon Brew, made by the Burgerlisches Brauhaus of Ingolstadt, Germany.
Reports in the German press said Wal-Mart was planning to sell off stores in Sigmaringen, Dusseldorf-Reisholz, Solingen and Erkelenz, following the closures at Ingolstadt and Wilhelmshaven.
Housing is an important element of the urban mix and other residential projects shown in the February issue include Michael Hopkins & Partners' student housing in Nottingham, England, and Gunther Behnishc's scheme for Ingolstadt, Germany.