Bottrop


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Bottrop

(German ˈbɔtrɔp)
n
(Placename) an industrial city in W Germany, in North Rhine-Westphalia in the Ruhr. Pop: 120 324 (2003 est)

Bot•trop

(ˈbɒt rɒp)

n.
a city in W Germany, in the Ruhr region. 119,669.
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Contract notice: Surface design at the pumping station ake bottrop ii
One of the first regime measures was a boycott of Jewish businesses in April, and Michael Wildt convincingly details this for Bottrop, Essen, and Miihlheim, in the Ruhr.
Theraclion (Paris:ALTHE), a French company specialised in leading-edge medical equipment for echotherapy, on Monday announced the utilisation of its new BEAMOTION technology for the first time in standard clinical practice at the Marienhospital in Bottrop, Germany.
The GSTT "International Project" award was given to the National Water Company of Saudi Arabia; the GSTT "Gold" award went to the Emschergenossenschaft project between Dortmund and Bottrop, Germany.
MMS is headquartered in Enschede, The Netherlands, with a German subsidiary in Bottrop and US operations in Dover, New Hampshire.
Tees Valley Dance, formerly known as Tees Dance Initiative, has been invited to tour schools in Cologne and Bottrop to perform Space Invaders, a piece which sees dancers throwing themselves across tables, fighting and celebrating their heroes.
1 ALPINCENTER, Bottrop, Germany THE longest piste is found, somewhat surprisingly, in the industrial area of North Rhine Westphalia.
Project manager Yvonne Nagel and fellow actors perform at Movie Park Germany in Bottrop.
Durant ce regroupement, nous allons engager au moins un athlete au meeting de Bottrop dans le 800 metres[beaucoup plus grand que], a-t-il informe.
While Karhana will compete in Madrid at the IAAF Challenge meet, Sudha will be in Germany for the Bottrop Gala International meet.
Arranged over seven small spaces, felicitously forming a square, are approximately 80 paper works (loaned from the Josef Albers Museum Quadrat Bottrop as well as the Josef & Anni Albers Foundation) covering Albers' career from the 1940s onward.
The first reference facility opened in 2009 in Bottrop, Germany (Indoor Skydiving Bottrop GmbH - www.