Fulda


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Ful·da

 (fo͝ol′də)
A city of central Germany south of Kassel on the Fulda River, about 220 km (135 mi) long. The city grew around a Benedictine abbey founded in 744, which later became one of the foremost centers of culture and learning in Europe.
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Major organization : HESSISCHES BAUMANAGEMENT COMPETENCE CENTER, VERGABE UND VERTRAGSWESEN FULDA
Synopsis: "Redeye Fulda Cold" by Bill Fortin is set in 1969 West Germany.
These findings involving 144 North Texas children aged 10 to 14 demonstrate the need for further research, said Kimberly Fulda, DrPH, the study's principal investigator.
But enthusiasm for all things green appears to have reached a limit with a plan to string high-voltage transmission lines along the outskirts of cities like Fulda in the center of the country.
They are the Dollar 64 million Fulda Area Credit Union in Fulda, Minn.
Winner of the 2009 Josef Leinweber Prize by the Fulda Faculty of Theology (Fulda is Boniface's monastery), this is an unusually fine study, thought-provoking and substantial.
Comprising 80 boxes, the Helmut Joseph Collection includes examples from all major factories including Capodimonte, Meissen, Fulda and Sevres.
Historian Bernhard Fulda begins his Press and Politics in the Weimar Republic with an epigraph found in Oswald Spengler's The Decline of the West (1922) which sets the tone for the rest of his book.
The most interesting part of the book describes the attempt to create an academic reunion society--until recently called the "Fulda Plan" (1776-1782), since several Benedictines from Fulda participated in it.
I completed the Air Assault Course at Sickles Army Airfield in Fulda in March 1993 and proudly wear my wings to this day.
Following a six-month nationwide search for athletes with superb strength, speed and determination - as well as driving and skiing ability - 35-year old Phillip Toothill, from Shepley, just missed out on a place in the final elimination event to represent the UK in the 2006 Fulda Challenge.
Richard, 33, of Audley Road, South Gosforth, had beaten off 90 competitors to be Britain's only representative in this year's Fulda Challenge.