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Stettin:

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, Ger. Stettin, city (1994 est. pop. 414,900), capital of Zachodniopomorskie prov., NW Poland, historical capital of the Prussian province of Pomerania, on the Oder near its influx into the Zalew Szczeciński (Ger. Stettiner Haff).
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, Poland.
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The good news is much of the spending at these levels is focused on treatments for rare and serious complex conditions with limited treatment options," Stettin noted.
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Over Berlin; Heavy Attack on Stettin and Other Oil Plants," Evening Telegraph and Post, October 15, 1940, sec.
There," reads the letter from Stettin forming the last line of Malamud's story, "it is rumored, [the wife] is shot in the head and topples into an open ditch with the naked Jewish men, their wives and children, some Polish soldiers, and a handful of Gypsies.
Churchill warned that from Stettin in the Baltic to Trieste in the Adriatic, the Soviet Union was crushing freedom and imposing communist rulers on the peoples of central and eastern Europe.
Interclubs were founded in Hamburg, Rotterdam, New York, Marseille, (14) Bordeaux (1927), Copenhagen, Antwerp, Bremen, Stettin (1928), Duisburg-Ruhrort (for bargemen on the Rhine in 1927), and in Stettin.
A related article by Brian Stettin, JD, et al, appearing in the February, 2014 issue of Psychiatric Annals and entitled "Elements of an Ideal Statutory Scheme for Mental Health Civil Commitment", supporting both the "need for treatment standard" and the use of "Assisted Outpatient Treatment", was also submitted at the July meeting, and can be found here on the DLS website.
Churchill declared: ''From Stettin in the Baltic to Trieste in the Adriatic, an iron curtain has descended across the Continent.
Fry explained that he had been shot down over Stettin on April 20; despite being fluent with his high school German, he'd been unable to get through German checkpoints.
His intellectual origins are traced from the high school in Stettin (he was a pupil of Carl Loewe) to Berlin, where he matriculated at the Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universitat in 1870, having read history, philosophy, and physics.
It owes its financial and cultural growth to its happy position at the junction of the two biggest trade routes of the Holy Roman Empire--the east/west Via Regia, which at its greatest extent could get you from Paris all the way over and up to Riga and Novgorod, and the north/southVia Imperii, which ran from Rome up to Stettin (now Szczecin) on the Baltic Sea.
On the night of April 20, 1943, they took off from RAF Snaith in Yorkshire as part of a formation of 339 bombers on a bombing raid on munitions factories in Stettin, now Szczecin in Poland.