Stade

A short period of time (less than 10,000 years) characterized by climatic conditions associated with maximum glacial extent. Compare to 'glaciation' and 'interstade'.
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Stade

Stade (ˈʃtaːdə) is a city in Lower Saxony, Germany and part of the Hamburg Metropolitan Region (Metropolregion Hamburg). It is the seat of the district named after it. The city was first mentioned in a document from 994. It includes the urban districts of Bützfleth, Hagen, Haddorf and Wiepenkathen which have a district council (`Ortsrat`) o.....
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stade

(from the article `stadium`) enclosure that combines broad space for athletic games and other exhibitions with large seating capacity for spectators. The name derives from the ... ...the meeting in 776 there was apparently only one event, a footrace that covered one length of the track at Olympia, but other events were added ... The...
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Stade

• (n.) A landing place or wharf. • (n.) A stadium.
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Stade

[region] The Stade Region emerged in 1823 by an administrative reorganisation of the dominions of the Kingdom of Hanover, a sovereign state, whose then territory is almost completely part of today`s German federal state of Lower Saxony. Until 1837 the Kingdom of Hanover was ruled in personal union by the Kings of the United Kingdom of Great...
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Stade

Stade noun [ Confer French stade .] A stadium. Donne.
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Stade

city, Lower Saxony Land (state), northwestern Germany. It lies along the Schwinge River, 3 miles (5 km) from its junction with the Elbe River, below ...
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stade

or (stadial). the period of greatest cold and maximum advance of an ice sheet during a time of glaciation (plural stadia or stadials).
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Stade

or stadium, a Greek linear measure; 625 Roman feet or 1/8 Roman mile.
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