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Merseburg

(German ˈmɛrzəbʊrk)
n
(Placename) a city in E Germany, on the Saale River, in Saxony-Anhalt: residence of the dukes of Saxe-Merseburg (1656–1738); chemical industry. Pop: 35 358 (2003 est)
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Army Air Forces in 1942 and was assigned to the 306th Bombardment Group in Thurleigh, England, when his crew of 10 Airmen was selected to participate in a raid over Merseburg, Germany, on Sept.
269" marked on the front strap, which indicates Landjagerei (rural area patrols) of the Prussian police district of Merseburg, pistol No.
AI started my career in the early eighties as a waitress in Germany, and built up strong experience in a number of food and beverage roles before joining the Radisson SAS Hotel in Merseburg in 1997 as Front Office Manager.
It brings together large and medium-sized companies with Fraunhofer research institutes and the Martin Luther and Merseburg universities.
Its product portfolio, which spans the regional dish pallet of Mexico, the Southwestern United States and Central America, is distributed from regional depots in Forchheim and Merseburg in addition to Aachen.
double dagger]) Hochschule Merseburg (FH), Fachbereich IKS, Geusaer Strafie, 06217 Merseburg, Germany (beate.
Now Mandy has court papers ordering tests for the men she entertained in Merseburg, East Germany.
That's the day Holbrook, part of the 92nd Bomb Group's 407th Squadron, was piloting that plane on a run from England to Merseburg, Germany - his 29th mission - when a German anti-aircraft shell blasted a hole in the fuselage.
Princess Adelheid's entry into Quedlinburg in 995 was, in fact, a response to Danish pirate raids of the lower Elbe and was understood by Thietmar of Merseburg (a monastic historian contemporary with Hrotsvit) as "the empress' tithe offering to God.
2, 1944, when his plane was shot down over Merseburg, Germany.
an India-based manufacturer of surfactants and specialty chemicals; Glaconchemie GmBH, a Merseburg, Germany-based producer of glycerine; Invista, one of the world's largest integrated fiber, resin and intermediates companies; The Laundress, Inc.