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SSecond(s)
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SSearch (Stores 100 code)
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SStore
SSubject
SSection
SSave (baseball)
SSuper (in automatic transmissions; equal to 2)
SSign
SSide (geometry, as in the SSS postulate)
SShort
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SSeite
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SSecret
SSweden (ISO Country Identifier)
SStorage
SSavings (economics)
SSan Francisco, CA (mint mark)
SSnow (weather reports)
SSwitch
SSatellite (imagery, type of map)
SSin (Spanish: Without)
SSierra (aviation letter code)
SSevere (rock climbing grade)
SStuttgart (auto license plate)
SSemi-Annual
SSmooth (woodworking)
SSuperb
SSeminar
SScout
SSleeve
SSealed (CD condition)
SSaskatchewan (postal code designation, Canada)
SSacrifice (baseball)
SSenate
SSphere
SSuperman
SSegment
SSubsidiary (IRB)
SSheffield (postcode, United Kingdom)
SServicing
SSears (stock symbol)
SSpectacles
SSickness (on overtime forms)
SSine (Latin: Without)
SScrap
SSequential
SShaman (Mic-O-Say, Heart of America Council, Boy Scouts of America)
SDisplacement
SSeaman
SStokes (kinematic viscosity)
SSulfur
SShilling (British currency)
SSpades (playing cards)
SSoldering
SSparkasse (German: public savings bank)
SEntropy (thermodynamics)
SStarboard (nautical)
SSubchapter S Corporation
SSkype (voice-over-Internet service)
SSerine (amino acid)
SSystolic (peak blood pressure)
SStreptococcus
SStreptomycin
SAntisubmarine (US military aircraft designation; as in S-2 Tracker)
SSpaceplane (US military aerospace vehicle)
STrack spacing
SSacral Vertebra (prefix, as in S-1)
SScatterable (mines)
sSocialdemokratiska Arbetarpartiet (Swedish political party)
SSilicaceous (asteroid class)
SSubthreshold Swing
SStarboard Truss Segment (ISS)
SFranchise Stamp (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
SFresnel Sine Integral
SS Sub-Shell (innermost electron subshell)
SArea of a geometric figure (mathematics)
sTERCOM-Aided Inertial Navigation System
SOnde Seconde (Italian: second wave; seismography)
SSupervisory Function Bit
SSecondary Body Waves
SUS DoT tire speed rating (112 mph)
SContinuous-time complex variable (analogous to Z in discrete-time; electrical engineering)
SFourth Heartbeat Wave
SSecurity Prison (Cambodia; Khmer Rouge designation)
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Stuttgart is the capital of the Baden-Wurttemberg state and is the sixth largest city in Germany, with a population of about 600,000.
Let's Paint Stuttgart raised about $20,000 through donations, ranging from pocket change contributions collected in empty paint cans at cash registers around town to a $5,000 corporate check.
Its central position in the heart of Stuttgart, a direct link to a four-star hotel and the diversity of the adjacent Bosch Areal make it a unique 'congress city in the heart of town'.
On board the maiden flight to Stuttgart were Qatar Airways' chief executive officer Akbar al-Baker and German Ambassador to Qatar Anne Ruth Herkes.
Stuttgart is expecting millions of visitors to attend the 165th Stuttgart Beer Festival, which has now become one of the world's most colourful folk festivals, and runs for 17 days.
Prize is trip for two to Stuttgart Beer Festival, including return flights, hotel STUTTGART FACTS .
GET READY: You could be at the 165th Stuttgart Beer Festival, which runs for 17 days from September 24 to October 10
The official mobile game for VfB Stuttgart offers an exciting soccer experience for the fans.
Gomez won the Bundesliga title with Stuttgart in 2007 and scored 24 goals for the club this season, as Stuttgart finished in third place.
Summary: ASPIRE '92 and '95 football teams showed their continued development with impressive performances against a strong VfB Stuttgart side.
TWIN towns St Helens and Stuttgart have been celebrating 60 years of partnership and friendship this year, and are rounding it off with a new exhibition.
The roll call is impressive, from the German Expo Pavilion at the 1967 Montreal Expo (Rolf Gutbrod), and the Arena for the 1972 Munich Olympics (Gunter Behnisch), to the more recent Stuttgart Highspeed Railway Station (Christoph Ingenhoven) and the Japanese Pavilion for Expo 2000 in Hanover (Shigeru Ban).