Synonyms for steffl or Related words with steffl

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Examples of "steffl"
Steffl Department Store Vienna (abbreviated as: Steffl) is a department store located at Kärntner Strasse 19 in the First District of Vienna Inner City. It is named after the nearby Stephansdom, the symbol of Vienna.
2007-2008: “Dekorglädje: Swedish Paintings." John Steffl Gallery, in the Duluth Art Institute. Duluth, MN.
In 1949-50, Carl Appel built a new, nine-storey (from -1 to +7) development for the Neumann company, which has been known as the Steffl Department Store since 1961. Kärntner Strasse had not yet been pedestrianized at that time.
Hydra was discovered by the Hubble Space Telescope's "Pluto Companion Search Team", consisting of Hal A. Weaver, Alan Stern, Max J. Mutchler, Andrew J. Steffl, Marc W. Buie, William J. Merline, John R. Spencer, Eliot F. Young, and Leslie A. Young. The discovery images were taken on 15 May 2005, and 18 May 2005; Nix and Hydra were independently discovered by Max J. Mutchler on 15 June 2005, and Andrew J. Steffl on 15 August 2005. The discoveries were announced on 31 October 2005, after confirmation by precoveries from 2002. They were provisionally designated S/2005 P 1 (Hydra) and S/2005 P 2 (Nix).
The collections were stocked by Selfridges and Neiman Marcus in the first season. Since launching, Meng has expanded their list of stockists across 13 countries, to include Harrods, Matches Fashion, Nordstrom (Canada), Steffl (Austria), Tsum (Russia), Coin (Italy), Kadewe (Germany) amongst other boutiques internationally, the US being their biggest market
Hydra is the outer-most natural satellite of Pluto. It was discovered along with Nix in June 2005 by the Hubble Space Telescope's Pluto Companion Search Team, which is composed of Hal A. Weaver, Alan Stern, Max J. Mutchler, Andrew J. Steffl, Marc W. Buie, William J. Merline, John R. Spencer, Eliot F. Young, and Leslie A. Young.
Nix is a natural satellite of Pluto. It was discovered along with Hydra in June 2005 by the Hubble Space Telescope's Pluto Companion Search Team, composed of Hal A. Weaver, Alan Stern, Max J. Mutchler, Andrew J. Steffl, Marc W. Buie, William J. Merline, John R. Spencer, Eliot F. Young, and Leslie A. Young.
Nix was found by the Hubble Space Telescope Pluto Companion Search Team, composed of Hal A. Weaver, Alan Stern, Max J. Mutchler, Andrew J. Steffl, Marc W. Buie, William J. Merline, John R. Spencer, Eliot F. Young, and Leslie A. Young. The discovery images were taken on 15 May 2005 and 18 May 2005. Nix and Hydra were independently discovered by Max J. Mutchler on 15 June 2005 and by Andrew J. Steffl on 15 August 2005. The discoveries were announced on 31 October 2005, after confirmation by precoveries from 2002. They were provisionally designated S/2005 P 1 (Hydra) and S/2005 P 2 (Nix) and casually referred to as "P1" and "P2", respectively.
He also worked as managing director in the so-called Forest House, in which the management of the camp was located. The plans of the rebels stipulated that Beckmann and Thomas Steffl should be killed there. He was covertly killed, along with 10 other German guards and an unknown number of Ukrainian auxiliary guards during the camp uprising. When his death was discovered by "SS-Oberscharführer" Erich Bauer, the escape plan was forced to proceed earlier than planned.
The Sopron brewery was founded in 1895 by the merchants of the town and the owners of the brewery in Brno, relying on the Czech brewing tradition. In 1949 it was nationalized and from 1971 it was a part of the Magyar Országos Söripari Tröszt (Hungarian National Brewery Trust). It became independent again in 1982 and from 1988 it purchased some licenses of Austrian brands (e.g. Steffl, Kaiser).
The Company's journey through the woods is largely uneventful. Leith witnesses the two signs spoken to him by the Hermit. Later, Leith and Stella spend a night together, stranded on the ice of a frozen lake. After passing the dangerous Mossbank Cadence, the Company and the Fodhram arrive in Vindstrop House. Meanwhile, the Lords of Fear and their captives are caught in the spring thaw. The Company, heading back along the Westway, set up an ambush on the slopes of the volcano Steffl. In the ambush, two of the three remaining Lords of Fear are killed, and the last, an acolyte, is captured. But Wira is killed, and Leith, temporarily separated from the rest of the Company, is kidnapped by a Widuz raiding party. "To be continued..."
Standing at tall and affectionately referred to by the city's inhabitants as "Steffl" (a diminutive form of "Stephen"), St. Stephen's Cathedral's massive south tower is its highest point and a dominant feature of the Vienna skyline. Its construction lasted 65 years, from 1368 to 1433. During the Siege of Vienna in 1529 and again during the Battle of Vienna in 1683, it served as the main observation and command post for the defence of the walled city, and it even contains an apartment for the watchmen who, until 1955, manned the tower at night and rang the bells if a fire was spotted in the city. At the tip of the tower stands the double-eagle imperial emblem with the Habsburg-Lorraine coat of arms on its chest, surmounted by a double-armed apostolic cross, which refers to "Apostolic Majesty", the imperial style of kings of Hungary. This emblem replaced earlier crescent and the six-pointed star emblem. The original emblem, as well as a couple of later ones, today can be seen at the Vienna City Museum.