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 (stŭt′gärt′, sto͝ot′-, shto͝ot′-)
A city of southwest Germany on the Neckar River south-southeast of Heidelberg. Chartered in the 1200s, it later developed as an industrial center.


(German ˈʃtʊtɡart)
(Placename) an industrial city in W Germany, capital of Baden-Württemberg state, on the River Neckar: developed around a stud farm (Stuotgarten) of the Counts of Württemberg. Pop: 589 161 (2003 est)


(ˈstʌt gɑrt, ˈstʊt-, ˈʃtʊt-)

the capital of Baden-Württemberg, in SW Germany. 588,482.
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Noun1.Stuttgart - a city in southwestern Germany famous for innovative architectureStuttgart - a city in southwestern Germany famous for innovative architecture
Deutschland, FRG, Germany, Federal Republic of Germany - a republic in central Europe; split into East Germany and West Germany after World War II and reunited in 1990


[ˈstʊtgɑːt] nStoccarda
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Tenders are invited for Planning services for the construction of a daycare center for the Hospital Bad Cannstatt.
The wooden-framed machine was built at Bad Cannstatt, Germany between October and November 1885 by Gottlieb Daimler and first ridden by Wilhelm Maybach.
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Roland Schauer was born in 1936 in Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt, Germany.
He is holding a charity workout on Thanksgiving morning at 8:30am at Weatherly Elementary School (1307 Cannstatt in south Huntsville) and donating $10 for every newcomer and a can of food for every current client that attends.
Methoden interkultu-rellen Philosophierens, Frommann-Holzboog, Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt, 2004.
Pieper, Frommann-Holzboog, Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt, 1982, pp.
Der Garten und die Moderne: Epikureische Moral und Politik vom Humanismus bis zur Aufklarung, Frommann-Holzboog, Stuttgart & Bad Cannstatt, 2004, pp.
Gedenkschrift fur Karl-Heinz Ilting, Frommann-holzboog, Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt, 1990, pp.
SCALIGER, Poetices libri Septem, III, 92; Lyon, 1561 (ristampa anastatica con un'introduzione di August Buck), Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt, Freidrich Frommann, 1964, p.