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(German ˈbaːdənˈvyrtəmbɛrk)
(Placename) a state of SW Germany. Capital: Stuttgart. Pop: 53 938 (2003 est). Area: 35 742 sq km (13 800 sq miles)
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(ˌbɑd nˈvürt əmˌbɛrk)

a state in SW Germany. 10,272,069; 13,800 sq. mi. (35,751 sq. km). Cap.: Stuttgart.
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The properties are located within nine different states with a majority in Baden-Wurttemberg and Bavaria.
Alain Van Munster, managing director, Copart Germany, said, 'Opening a location in Stuttgart, which is the largest city in the state of Baden-Wurttemberg, is a big win for Copart.
The rail and bus provider has won a contract worth between PS30m and PS40m to operate the E-Netz Allgau in the Bavaria and Baden-Wurttemberg regions.
In May and June, German state intelligence agencies in Baden-Wurttemberg, Saxony-Anhalt, Bavaria and Lower Saxony all published reports about Iranian illicit procurement networks.
Thus in Germany just now, some 36,000 students in Baden-Wurttemberg have signed a petition complaining about the English-language portions of the Abitur, or secondary-school, examand their complaint is, on a first level, reasonable and clear.