Maubeuge


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Maubeuge

(French mobøʒ)
n
(Placename) an industrial town in N France, near the border with Belgium. Pop: 33 546 (1999)
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The vehicles - built at Maubeuge, northern France - may have brake problems.
Also present at the ceremony was Jose Martin Vega, head of Renault's Maubeuge plant where the Kangoo was manufactured.
The solar projects at the sites in Douai, Maubeuge, Flins, Batilly, Sandouville were developed by the solar arm of Spanish engineering group Corporacion Gestamp, while the one in Cleon was installed by French solar system developer Coruscant SA.
HUDDERSFIELD'S teenage show jumper George Whitaker was the winner in the Maubeuge 40,000 Grand Prix in France.
23 April 2010 - A year after the opening of its 31 million euro plant in Maubeuge, and and just weeks after the start of its new plant in Saint Quentin, French bakery firm Neuhauser has informed FLEXNEWS that it is planning to build two new facilities in the Vendee and Lorraine regions.
Stephens, 33, from Nottage, near Porthcawl, was part of the Body flight Stormteam which won the Women's 4-Way gold at Maubeuge.
Among the six Ligue 1 sides playing yesternday, holders Sochaux advanced to the last-32 with a 2-0 win over amateurs Maubeuge with Moumouni Dagano recording a double.
Acting on a complaint that the Maubeuge incinerator did not meet the combustion conditions laid down in Directives 89/369 and 89/429, the Commission examined the results of an inquiry presented on December 1, 1996 by France's Ministry for Spatial Planning and the Environment.
Aldegund of Maubeuge, reportedly stemming from her own account.
July 9 - 6th stage: Amiens to Maubeuge (Cipollini; Kirsipuu)
The feast was sponsored by the Maubeuge International Festival, run by a 33-year-old French entrepreneur named Didier Fusillier.