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 (nôr′ĭ-kəm, nŏr′-)
An ancient country and province of the Roman Empire south of the Danube River in present-day Austria west of Vienna. It was incorporated into the Roman Empire in the first century bc and prospered as a frontier colony until it was overrun by Germanic peoples in the fifth century ad.


(Placename) an Alpine kingdom of the Celts, south of the Danube: comprises present-day central Austria and parts of Bavaria; a Roman province from about 16 bc


(ˈnɔr ɪ kəm, ˈnɒr-)

an ancient Roman province in central Europe, corresponding to the part of Austria S of the Danube.
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AFS Corporate Member DISA, part of Norican Group, announced that Ulla Hartvig Toennesen will succeed Peter Holm Larsen to become senior vice president of the DISA Centre of Product Innovation in Taastrup, Denmark, Her primary function will be the continuous modernization and further development of the organization, accelerating the time-to-market of new products and services, Toennesen will be responsible for carrying out the overall strategy and business development of DISA, With the appointment of Toennesen as senior vice president of DISA, Larsen takes on the position as presidentparts formation within Norican Group, carrying the overall responsibility of three Centres of Product Innovation for DISA, AFS Corporate Members Italpresse Gauss and StrikoWestofen.
It also markets other products of Norican Group in India.
Following an internal competition within DISA and Wheelabrator, a new name was chosen for the parent organisation: Norican Group.
The Introduction consists of six chapters: on Eugippius, the Vita Severini, the Norican background to Severinus' life, Eugippius' portrayal of Severinus as a man of God, the sources of Severinus' authority, and Christianity in Noricum.
Norican Group is the parent company of DISA and Wheelabrator Group.
DISA has a strong global outreach under the Norican Group banner with 2,300 employees in 50 countries on 5 continents and a customer base of more than 16,000 companies in 100 countries.