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Posen

(ˈpoːzən)
n
(Placename) the German name for Poznań
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BAGHDAD / National Iraqi News Agency / nina / Deputy Representative of the Secretary General of the United Nations in Baghdad, George Posten stressed the United Nations continued support for Iraq, which is facing terrorism on behalf of the world.
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 26, 2014-PostNord announces merger of PostNord Logistics, Posten Meddelande units
Acting Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, Gyorgy Posten, in a statement on Thursday, said there were recent reports about sectarian operations affecting tribes and some communities in Basra, Dhi Qar and Nineveh provinces.
There are few people in the world who have sacrificed more for the principle of free speech than the staff of Jyllands Posten, the most popular newspaper in Denmark.
com): The Norwegian Postal Authority, Posten Norge, has issued an apology to the Sri Lankan Ambassador in Oslo, Mr.
Although Maersk's CEO Nils Smedegaard Andersen at the start of the year projected a full-year net result of some DKK8bn, the group will only manage to generate a profit of DKK2bn -3bn, Jyllands Posten said.
Sincerely, [ Individual A]" Individual A had visited the Jyllands- Posten office on January 2, 2009, claiming that First World Immigration Services wanted to obtain information about advertising in the Jyllands- Posten Individual A had expressed his displeasure at the Jyllands- Posten cartoonists " who slandered our prophet," and said " I feel disposed towards violence for the offending parties"
Swedish low-cost airline FlyMe Europe AB, owned by the Swedish investment company Array AB, said on Wednesday (4 August) that it had signed an agreement with the Swedish airline Falcon Air, owned by the Swedish postal services company Posten AB, to rent a new aircraft.
IBM said Posten conducted a study into outsourcing and concluded it would lead to continued efficiencies minus the cost of owning systems.
Willey, Charmaine Posten, Garrett Finley, Laurie Morgan, Margit Myl and Jean Paeletz.
The sensory-fulfillment aspects of eating will be an increasingly important aspect of future food, snack analyst Bob Posten suggests, explaining, "People are looking for oral satisfaction.