Stavanger


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Sta·vang·er

 (stə-väng′ər)
A city of southwest Norway south of Bergen on an inlet of the North Sea.

Stavanger

(Norwegian staˈvaŋər)
n
(Placename) a port in SW Norway: canning and shipbuilding industries. Pop: 112 405 (2004 est)

Sta•vang•er

(stɑˈvɑŋ ər)

n.
a seaport in SW Norway. 96,439.
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Noun1.Stavanger - a port city in southwestern Norway; center for shipbuilding industry
Kingdom of Norway, Noreg, Norge, Norway - a constitutional monarchy in northern Europe on the western side of the Scandinavian Peninsula; achieved independence from Sweden in 1905
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The municipality of Stavanger is likely to send out all or part of the competition documents on consultation via Mercell before final announcement of competition.
While it may sound like the finest Japan has to offer, I'm actually more than 5,000 miles from Tokyo, in Norway's oil capital, Stavanger.
SCANDINAVIA-BOUND passengers can now fly direct from Newcastle to the Norwegian city of Stavanger.
Stavanger, in Norway's Rogaland region, has an 18th Century old town and a lively waterfront in the summer months.
Qatar Airways Cargo has announced the launch of a freighter service to Stavanger in Norway, effective November 3.
bmi regional, the UK-based airline, is looking to expand its services in the Scandinavian market with the launch of scheduled services from Stavanger to Kristiansund and Gothenburg.
UK-based Herbert Systems has won a contract to supply six TRS Automatic Tray Return Systems to the security checkpoint at Stavanger Sola Airport in Norway.
The Pittodrie side will take on Viking Stavanger tonight in a friendly at the 16,000 capacity Viking Stadium which was built in 2004 for pounds 20million, on land given to the club by the municipality.
4mile hike to the top of Pulpit's Rock in the Stavanger region of Norway.
Scana, which will carry out the deal through its unit Scana Steel Stavanger AS, said the divestment will improve its liquidity, but will not affect its profit and loss (P&L) result.
29 March 2010 - Finnish company Rautaruukki Oyj (HEL: RTRKS), or Ruukki, said today that it has won two contracts in Norway, worth some EUR8m, for the supply of steel structures for an office building in Oslo and the Stavanger concert hall project.
Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) has announced the launch of a sale on fares from the UK to Norwegian destinations Oslo, Stavanger and Bergen.