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a city in southwestern Germany at the confluence of the Rhine and Neckar rivers

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The Mannheim men have lost on their last four visits to the capital but on current form they can be fancied to change that.
They also studied the Mannheim partner curves in the Minkowski 3-space and obtained the necessary and sufficient conditions for the Mannheim partner curves in [E.
The showcase launched in Mannheim just seven years after the end of World War II, at a time when much of the city was still rubble.
David Kettler, Colin Loader and Volker Meja, Karl Mannheim and the Legacy of Max Weber: Retrieving a Research Programme.
Though best known for its Christmas music (26 million yuletide albums sold and counting), New Age music chart topper Mannheim Steamroller is a band for all seasons.
This year's double Jan Vaclav Stamic anniversary (his dates are 19th June 1717-30th March 1757) is a good reason for a brief, overall consideration of the phenomenon, known as the Mannheim School, with which Stamic is so inseparably linked.
Forces, requiring military and civilian employees of the RRD to move from downtown Mannheim.
Winner: 3d Bn, 7th FA Regt, Kandahar, Afghanistan Runner-up: 95th MP Bn, Mannheim, Germany
In his third season as artistic director of the ballet at the Mannheim National Theater, Kevin O'Day considers himself "working in paradise.
The acquired plant reportedly will produce 40,000 tons of cast iron/year in an effort to prevent production bottlenecks at DaimlerChrysler's Mannheim foundry in Germany.
The Mannheim National Theatre competition entry was a key stage in the evolution of anti-authoritarian planning.
The German City of Mannheim has threatened to sue a local businessman due to the inclusion of "mannheim" in the citizen's personal Twitter account.
In this process, the city of Mannheim wants to explore the interest of the market in the takeover and optimized continuation of the operation of the city's railway tracks on the Friesenheimer Island, the so-called industrial harbor of the city of Mannheim.