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Fürth

 (fo͝ort, fürt)
A city of south-central Germany, an industrial suburb of Nuremberg. It was supposedly founded by Charlemagne in the late eighth century.

furth

(fʌrθ)
adv
Scot out; outside; to the outside
[a Scot variant of forth]

Fürth

(German fyːrt)
n
(Placename) a city in S central Germany, in Bavaria northwest of Nuremberg: Pop: 111 892 (2003 est)

Fürth

(fürt)

n.
a city in S Germany, near Nuremberg. 107,799.
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The Paul Hunter Classic started in 2004 as the Grand Prix Furth and was staged in Furth, Germany, but after two years it was renamed the Paul Hunter Classic in 2007 in memory of the late player.
The optical variable device (OVD) and foil manufacturer KURZ, headquartered in Furth, Germany has been named 'Banknote and Currency Services Provider of the Year' by the industry publication Central Banking Journal.
GARY WILSON'S run of disappointing results continued with defeat in the Paul Hunter Classic in Furth, Germany.
SNOOKER: Mike Collumb takes on local hopeful Rolf Mahr in the first qualifying round at the Paul Hunter Classic in Furth, Germany, today.
Frau Agnes Lakos lives in Furth, Germany, where she also plies her craft in medicine.
However, completion of the World Down's Syndrome Marathon in Furth, Germany, on March 18 (4:22) and the Dual Motutapu Marathon in Auckland, New Zealand, on March 24 (5:49) put things back on track.
168-170 91487 Vestenbergsgreuth 90763 Furth, Germany.
Peter Luczak did not drop a set in the clay-court Challenger in Furth, Germany last week - Alejandro Falla, Ruben Ramirez Hidalgo, Teimuraz Gabashvili and Juan Pablo Brzezicki all fell victim to the Australian.
The 63 papers of this proceedings were first presented at the Symposium on Cellular Metals and Polymers, sponsored by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, in October 2004, in Furth, Germany.
Wernhardt was born March 12, 1928, in Beise Furth, Germany, to Valentine and Gertrude Rudolph Wernhardt.
Cool System GmbHof Furth, Germany, now offers CoolKeg, described as the world's first self-chilling beer keg.
The American carbide producer already has a base in Furth, Germany.