Mannheim


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Mann·heim

 (măn′hīm′, män′-)
A city of southwest Germany at the confluence of the Rhine and Neckar Rivers north-northwest of Stuttgart. First mentioned in the 8th century, it was chartered in 1607 and became an important musical and theatrical center in the 18th century.

Mannheim

(ˈmænhaɪm; German ˈmanhaim)
n
(Placename) a city in SW Germany, in Baden-Württemberg at the confluence of the Rhine and Neckar: one of Europe's largest inland harbours; a cultural and musical centre. Pop: 308 353 (2003 est)

Mannheim

(Hungarian ˈmanhaɪm)
n
(Biography) Karl (karl). 1893–1947, Hungarian sociologist, living in Britain from 1933: author of Ideology and Utopia (1929) and Man and Society in an Age of Reconstruction (1941)

Mann•heim

(ˈmæn haɪm, ˈmɑn-)

n.
a city in SW Germany at the confluence of the Rhine and Neckar rivers. 316,223.
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One day we took the train and went down to Mannheim to see "King Lear" played in German.
Another time, we went to Mannheim and attended a shivaree-- otherwise an opera--the one called "Lohengrin." The banging and slamming and booming and crashing were something beyond belief.
A gentle, old-maidish person and a sweet young girl of seventeen sat right in front of us that night at the Mannheim opera.
It is not usual in Europe to allow ladies and gentlemen to take bonnets, hats, overcoats, canes, or umbrellas into the auditorium, but in Mannheim this rule was not enforced because the audiences were largely made up of people from a distance, and among these were always a few timid ladies who were afraid that if they had to go into an anteroom to get their things when the play was over, they would miss their train.
"The consul at Mannheim is a total stranger to me."
After performing the operation he kept her for some days under his own care, and then transferred her to the nearest hospital--the hospital at Mannheim. He was obliged to return to his duties as army surgeon, and he left his patient in the condition in which I saw her, insensible on the bed.
"Come back and tell me when you have caught her." Such was my first interview with the English patient at the hospital at Mannheim. It is needless to say that I doubted the existence of the absent person described as a nurse.
He looked down upon the plain, a-quiver with the sun, stretching vastly before him: in the distance were the roofs of Mannheim and ever so far away the dimness of Worms.
We stayed a day at Mannheim, and on the fifth from our departure from Strasbourg, arrived at Mainz.
Takeover (from transhipment point), transport, sorting and recycling of recyclables from the city of mannheim.
ENPNewswire-July 31, 2019--E-Mobility 'Made in Baden-Wurttemberg': Transport Minister Winfried Hermann visits the production line of the fully electric eCitaro city buses in Mannheim
Aspen Aerogels announced that it has won its patent infringement lawsuits against Guangdong Alison Hi-Tech and Nano Tech, in the Mannheim Regional Court in Germany.