Konstanz

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Kon·stanz

 (kôn′stänts′) also Con·stance (kŏn′stəns)
A city of southwest Germany on the Lake of Constance south of Stuttgart. Thought to have been founded c. ad 300, it is a tourist center with varied industries.
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Konstanz

(ˈkɔnstants)
n
(Placename) the German name for Constance
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Con•stance

(ˈkɒn stəns)

n.
1. Lake. German, Bodensee. a lake in W Europe, bounded by Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. 46 mi. (74 km) long; 207 sq. mi. (536 sq. km).
2. German, Konstanz. a city in S Germany, on this lake: church council 1414–18. 68,305.
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When it comes to his company's philanthropic efforts, it's personal for Happy Tax CEO Mario Constanz. Contributing his success to his loving, hard-working single mom, Mario sought out a way to honor his mother and all single moms who make sacrifices daily to care for their children.
Se cuenta con evaluaciones de la composicion y estructura de varias comunidades icticas (Constanz, Bussing, & Saul, 1981; Winemiller, 1983; Phillips, Astorga, Hidalgo, & Villarreal, 1983; Winemiller & Morales, 1989; Rojas, Pizarro, & Castro, 1994; Araya, 1998; Espinoza, 2007) y estudios con listas de especies y algunos datos ecologicos en ambientes acuaticos (Rojas et al., 1994; Chicas, 2001; Tiffer et al., 2003; Feutry, Hartmann, Casabonnet, & Umana, 2010).
Very different is the beautiful shorter version, which concentrates exclusively on the traveler, the poet homeward bound on a ferry taking him across Lake Constanz, after yet another tiresome period of home teaching and private studying in Switzerland.
Selected Papers of the Constanz School of Reception Theory], Brno, Host.
[10] Max Planck Institute for Ornithology, North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, and The University of Constanz, "Movebank for animal tracking data," https://www.movebank.org.
The same idea is given by the implicational universals of the Universities Constanz and the universals of World Atlas of Language Structures (WALS)1.