stein

  1. a mug intended for serving beer
  2. experimental expatriate United States writer (1874-1946)

Stein

[Kochel am See] Stein is a mountain in Bavaria, Germany. ...
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Stein

The USS Stein is an American Knox Class frigate of 3011 tons standard displacement launched in 1970. The USS Stein is powered by two Babcock & Wilcox boilers providing a top speed of 27 knots and a range of 6400 km at 22 knots running on one boiler. She carries a crew of 288 including 17 officers and is armed with eight McDonnell Douglas Harpoo...
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Stein

[n] - experimental expatriate United States writer (1874-1946)
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Stein

Stein noun & v. See Steen .
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Stein

Gertrude Stein noun experimental expatriate United States writer (1874-1946)
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Stein

• (n. & v.) See Steen.
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Stein

Ste In is a Norwegian boy name. The meaning of the name is `Stone` Where is it used? The name Ste In is mainly used In Norwegian. The name Ste In doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Ste In seems to be unique!
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Stein

[journal] Stein is a Norwegian scientific journal on `popular geology.` The name `Stein` comes from the Norwegian word for `stone`. It has been published four times a year since its founding in 1973. ...
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Stein

[Obersaxen] The Stein (2,172 m) is a mountain of the Swiss Lepontine Alps, overlooking Obersaxen in the canton of Graubünden. It lies between the main Rhine valley and the Val Lumnezia. A cable car station (2,144 m) is located near the summit. ...
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Stein

Type: Term Pronunciation: stīn Definitions: 1. Irving F., early 20th-century U.S. gynecologist. See: Stein-Leventhal syndrome
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Stein

Type: Term Pronunciation: stīn Definitions: 1. Stanislav A.F. von, 19th-century Russian otologist. See: Stein test
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Stein

[Lassing] Stein is a village in the Austrian state of Styria in the administrative district of Liezen. It is located in the valley of the river Enns, and is part of the municipality Lassing. ...
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Stein

[brewery] The Stein Brewery (Pivovar Stein) was a Slovak brewery, located in Bratislava. It was closed in 2007. ==Beer products== ==Other products== ==History== ...
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Stein

[lunar crater] This crater has an asymmetrical shape with an outward bulge along the north-northeastern rim. The resulting crater is roughly egg-shaped, with a wide ledge along the north-northwestern floor. The remaining crater is a bowl-shaped feature with simple slopes along the inner walls and a nearly featureless interior floor. The out...
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Stein

<i>(Einzellage Deutschland)</i> Popular term for individual locations in Germany. In addition to the sequence in detail in the individual layers are listed in the local stone called Bechtheim (Rheinhessen), Hochheim and Wicker (Rheingau). Furthermore, there is the individual layers on high stone home in the community Ritter (Palatinate)...
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Stein

[surname] Stein is a surname with different origins. The name derived from German (ʃtaɪn) means `stone` or `rock`, the Scottish name (n; also Steen) a form of Steven. Notable people with the surname include: Fictional characters: ...
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