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Würz·burg

 (wûrts′bûrg′, vürts′bo͝ork′)
A city of south-central Germany on the Main River. Originally a Celtic settlement, it is an industrial city in a winemaking region.
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Würzburg

(ˈvɜːtsˌbɜːɡ; German ˈvyrtsbʊrk)
n
(Placename) a city in S central Germany, in NW Bavaria on the River Main: university (1582). Pop: 132 687 (2003 est)
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Würz•burg

(ˈwɜrts bɜrg; Ger. ˈvürtsˌbʊrk)

n.
a city in NW Bavaria, in S Germany, on the Main River. 127,946.
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Noun1.Wurzburg - a city of south central Germany
Deutschland, FRG, Germany, Federal Republic of Germany - a republic in central Europe; split into East Germany and West Germany after World War II and reunited in 1990
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(eds.), Das Konzil von Chalkedon: Geschichte und Gegenwart, III: Chalkedon heute, Wurtzburg: Echter, 1954, 269-286.
Subjects were tested on a bicycle ergometer (Jaeger ER800[R], Wurtzburg, Germany), in a laboratory with stabilized room temperature at 18-22[degrees]C.
Alia Mensching-Estakhr and Michael Stadtler (Wurtzburg: Konigshausen & Neumann, 2012), 113-36 distinguishes between an "Abrahamic" understanding of creation in which creation is due to the free choice of the creator and a philosophical understanding of creation in which creation necessarily follows from the good nature of the First.
In October 1808, soon after returning to Penang from Malacca, Raffles sent a lengthy report to Lord Minto, apparently without Farquhar's knowledge (Wurtzburg 1954:68-80).
A team from Chicago University's Booth Business School conducted an experiment using BlackBerry devices to test the will power of 205 people between the ages of 18 and 85 in the German city of Wurtzburg.
Wurtzburg, Raffles of the eastern isles (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1954), pp.
Casinos and racinos (horse/ dog racing and slot machine facilities combined) offer incentives such as free transportation, subsidized meals and discount coupons (Boreham et al., 2006; McKay, 2005: McNeilly & Burke, 2001; Neufeld & Burke, 1999: Stitt et al., 2003; Tan & Wurtzburg, 2004).
Thus, you have refuted a public proclamation for Adolf Hitler, yet at the Wurtzburg Physics Congress, you were not embarrassed to make a declaration against the Nazi government and for the benefit of Albert Einstein, the traitor and critic of the Nazi regime and all this to the applause of all present Jews and Jew associates.
Wurtzburg, Germany: Koingshausen and Neumann, 2003.
In Samoan families, where tradition may be idealised (Wurtzburg 2003), women might tend to stay with abusive partners.
Born in 1924 in Wurtzburg, Germany, Amichai emigrated to Palestine in 1936 with his family, living in Jerusalem until his death in 2000.