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Graz

 (gräts)
A city of southeast Austria on the Mur River south-southwest of Vienna. It was probably founded in the 1100s.
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Graz

(German ɡraːts)
n
(Placename) an industrial city in SE Austria, capital of Styria province: the second largest city in the country. Pop: 226 244 (2001)
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Graz

(grɑts)

n.
a city in SE Austria. 243,405.
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Noun1.Graz - an industrial city is southeastern Austria
Austria, Oesterreich, Republic of Austria - a mountainous republic in central Europe; under the Habsburgs (1278-1918) Austria maintained control of the Holy Roman Empire and was a leader in European politics until the 19th century
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No-one inside Austria could understand how the lad from the provinces (born in Carinthia and teaching in Graz) had pulled it off in the capital.
Graz is the second city of Austria, and the regional capital of Styria, the third largest of the nine Austrian Lander.(1) With a mere 250 000 inhabitants, it is five times larger than any other city in mainly mountainous Styria (Steiermark).
This footbridge unites the two halves of Graz with a figure that incorporates memories of bows and beasts.
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spoken part), Rolf Romei (Manolios), Dshamilja Kaiser (Katerina), Manuel von Senden (Yannakos), Martin Fournier (Michelis), Taylan Reinhard (Panait), Darius/ Perczak (Kostandis), Tatjana Miyus (Lenio), Richard Friedemann Jahnig (Dimitri), Sanggyoul Lee (Andonis), Christian Scherler (Nikolio), Markus Butter (Priest Fotis), Sofia Mara (Despinio), Yuan Zhang (Old Woman), Konstantin Sfiris (Old Man), David McShane (baritone), Benjamin Plautz (Commentator); Choir & Extra Choir of the Graz Opera, directed by Bernhard Schneider, Choir of the Graz University of the Arts, rehearsed by Franz Jochum, Graz Philharmonic Orchestra, Dirk Kaftan--conductor.
From the Institute of Pathology, Medical University of Graz, Graz, Austria.