Plauen


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Plauen

(German ˈplauən)
n
(Placename) a city in E central Germany, in Saxony: textile centre. Pop: 70 070 (2003 est)

Plau•en

(ˈplaʊ ən)

n.
a city in E Germany. 78,632.
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Following the cessation of water fluoridation in the East German cities, Chemnitz and Plauen, a significant fall in caries prevalence was observed.
In contrast to the anticipated increase in dental caries following the cessation of water fluoridation in the German cities Chemnitz (formerly Karl-Marx-Stadt) and Plauen, a significant fall in caries prevalence was observed.
Meanwhile, a young girl's corpse was found in a plastic bag on a balcony in the eastern town of Plauen.
Helen has become a member of the International Submarine Connection Plauen, a memorial society that honours Hartenstein and his crew.
The Vogtland South site on the A72 between Pirk and Plauen South was praised for its outside facilities, catering, friendly staff and toilet facilities.
In 1984 she married Prince Ruzzo Reuss von Plauen, a German aristocrat, who died of cancer five years ago aged 49, leaving her grief-stricken.
German prince Ruzzo Reuss von Plauen was Frida''s third husband, not second.
In yet another study by the Dental School of Erfurt at the Friedrich-Schiller University of Jena, Germany, "a significant fall in caries prevalence was observed" in the cities of Chemnitz (formerly Kart-Marx Stadt) and Plauen "following the cessation of water fluoridation.
When she married her German prince, Count Ruzzo Reuss von Plauen, in 1992, her oh- so-close friend, who shared all those years of fame, wasn't at the wedding.