Stettin


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Stet·tin

 (stə-tēn′, shtĕ-)
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Stettin

(ʃtɛˈtiːn)
n
(Placename) the German name for Szczecin
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Szcze•cin

(ˈʃtʃɛt tʃin, -sin)

n.
a seaport in NW Poland. 412,000. German, Stettin.
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"For my part, I have heard the composition at Stettin," said Fraulein Mosebach.
When, the following year, Lueben, the principal judge in Franz's case (played by Bruno Ganz), was asked to condemn three priests from Stettin as he had Franz, he chose instead to commit suicide.
He said in a speech: "From Stettin in the Baltic to Trieste in the Adriatic, an iron curtain has descended across the continent."
It was built in 1908 in Stettin, Germany (now in Poland).
Based on the Scribe libretto and begun as Gustavo III set in Stockholm, it became Una vendetta in domino set in Stettin, and finally Un ballo in maschera set in Boston during the colonial era.
Silver, Raphael Steinhardt, Herbert Stettin, and David L.
In the maritime domain, even as ports such as Gdansk/Gdynia and Szczecin (Stettin in German) develop their commercial intermodal transportation capabilities, military operations continue.
Yet still today, more than 70 years on, thousands of tourists - Americans and British alike - visit the USA's National Churchill Museum, on the campus of Westminster College in Fulton, to see, hear and feel the impact of that visionary speech by the man deemed to be the UK's 'Greatest Briton.' The speech focused on the words: "From Stettin on the Baltic to Trieste on the Adriatic, an Iron Curtain has descended across the Continent."
household income," stated Glen Stettin, senior vice president of clinical, research and new solutions at Express Scripts.
The Duke of Stettin, visiting London in 1602, recorded in his diary a visit to a private cabinet where he was shown 'a globe of brass or steel; when touched it gave forth sound like a triangle'.