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Tü·bing·en

 (to͞o′bĭng-ən, tü′-)
A city of southwest Germany on the Neckar River south of Stuttgart. Its university was founded in 1477.
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Tübingen

(ˈtjuːbɪŋən)
n
(Placename) a town in SW Germany, in Baden-Württemberg: university (1477). Pop: 83 137 (2003 est)
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He said he had seen a similar thing at Tubingen, and laid considerable stress on the blowing out of the candle.
The zealous and renowned Camerarius, who took an active part in the preparation of the Confession of Augsburgh, found time, amidst his numerous avocations, to prepare a version for the students in the university of Tubingen, in which he was a professor.
Precision radiation specialist Elekta AB (STO:EKTAB) announced on Thursday that less than one year after installing its Elekta Unity magnetic resonance radiation therapy (MR/RT) system, the team of clinicians at University Hospital Tubingen in Germany have delivered their 1,000th radiation therapy fraction to a patient receiving treatment for prostate cancer.
Tubingen is to receive a competence center for artificial intelligence and machine learning.
The Ministry of Heritage and Culture (MHC), in cooperation with a delegation from the Germany University of Tubingen, began surveying and excavation works at Al Khashbah site in the wilayat of Mudhaibi for the third season.
Um die unterschiedlichen Perspektiven der an der Umsetzung der Energiewende in Tubingen beteiligten Menschen sowie das vorhandene Wissen vor Ort im Energielabor zu integrieren, hat das interdisziplinare akademische Team, das sich aus den Disziplinen Geografie, Ethik und Ingenieurswissenschaften zusammensetzt, bereits bei der Antragstellung lokale Akteure und Praxispartner im Projekt verankert (siehe Abbildung 1).
| GOOD news, ladies - a big bum can lower the risk of heart attack, stroke and diabetes as long as you're a healthy weight, says the University of Tubingen, Germany.
In the failed hope of preserving the "Languages and Cultures of the Christian Orient" chair at Tubingen beyond the anticipated retirement of Stephen Gero (chair, 1980-2008), the university's Catholic and Protestant faculties organized a series of conferences on "The Christian East in Late Antiquity." This collection of essays gathers nine papers from the first of these conferences: "Syrien im 1.-7.
This is the fourth volume in the Tubingen edition of the writings of Johann Sebastian Drey, who was one of the most significant German Catholic theologians in the areas of theological method (Enzyklopadie), apologetics, and dogmatics.
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Wolfgang Voelter on the invitation of Tubingen University.
Kuno Weise, MD, Professor, formerly Head of the BG Trauma Hospital Tubingen, University of Tubingen, Tubingen, Germany.