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A city of west-central Germany on the Rhine River west of Frankfurt. Founded as a Celtic settlement in the third century bc, it has been a noted spa since Roman times. Wiesbaden became a free imperial city c. ad 1242 and passed to Prussia in 1866.
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(German ˈviːsbaːdən)
(Placename) a city in W Germany, capital of Hesse state: a spa resort since Roman times. Pop: 271 995 (2003 est). Latin name: Aquae Mattiacorum
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(ˈvisˌbɑd n)

the capital of Hesse in W Germany: health resort; mineral springs. 266,081.
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The Major-General and his Lady were taking the waters at Wiesbaden. That was all I knew of Nicolete's parents, and all I needed to know; with the exception of one good action,--at her urgent entreaty they had left Nicolete behind them, with no other safeguard than a charming young lady companion, whose fitness for her sacred duties consisted in a temperament hardly less romantic and whimsical than Nicolete's own.
Weren't they drinking the waters at Wiesbaden, and weren't they to go on drinking them for another three weeks?
He read, too, that Count Beist was rumored to have left for Wiesbaden, and that one need have no more gray hair, and of the sale of a light carriage, and of a young person seeking a situation; but these items of information did not give him, as usual, a quiet, ironical gratification.
There were jaunty young Cambridge-men travelling with their tutor, and going for a reading excursion to Nonnenwerth or Konigswinter; there were Irish gentlemen, with the most dashing whiskers and jewellery, talking about horses incessantly, and prodigiously polite to the young ladies on board, whom, on the contrary, the Cambridge lads and their pale-faced tutor avoided with maiden coyness; there were old Pall Mall loungers bound for Ems and Wiesbaden and a course of waters to clear off the dinners of the season, and a little roulette and trente-et-quarante to keep the excitement going; there was old Methuselah, who had married his young wife, with Captain Papillon of the Guards holding her parasol and guide-books; there was young May who was carrying off his bride on a pleasure tour (Mrs.
More tourists from the GCC have been flocking to the German city of Wiesbaden, which has recorded more than 10,000 overnight stays from Middle East visitors between January and April, up 17.1 per cent compared to the same period last year.
Sterigenics International has expanded its Wiesbaden, Germany location, increasing ethylene oxide processing capacity by 20% and allowing for additional future capacity expansion of an additional 20%.
[ClickPress, Tue Dec 20 2011] The Radisson Blu Schwarzer Bock Hotel, Wiesbaden is to offer a per diem rate due to a change in location of its headquarters.
The Wiesbaden Motel One (www.motelone.de) has two wheelchair-accessible rooms with roll-in showers.
and German sergeants during a 102d Signal Battalion sponsored community induction ceremony in the Wiesbaden Fitness Center.
THE new Warrior Transition Unit at Wiesbaden, Germany, is getting good reviews from its first customer.