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Randers

(Danish ˈranərs)
n
(Placename) a port and industrial centre in Denmark, in E Jutland on Randers Fjord (an inlet of the Kattegat). Pop: 55 739 (2004 est)

Rand•ers

(ˈrɑ nərz, -nərs)

n.
a seaport in E Jutland, in Denmark. 61,155.
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Contract notice: Public offer: Recycling of residual and organic waste, Recycled materials and environmental boxes in randers municipality
Brock-Madsen endured a difficult first campaign in England following his move from Danish club Randers last summer.
3 February 2016 - Sweden-based technical services provider Bravida (STO: BRAV) has acquired the operations of Denmark-based electrical installation company Delta 3 Teknik A/S in Randers on eastern Jutland, the company said.
The town council of Randers stated that institutions such a childcare centers must provide " Danish food culture as a central part of the offering -- including serving pork on an equal footing with other foods.
The 22-year-old has yet to open his scoring account for Blues since moving from Danish side Randers FC, but Rowett said: "He has shown glimpses of what he has to offer.
You might well ask, as the striker has been learning his trade for his hometown club Randers in the Danish top flight.
Science Based Activism: Festschrift to Jorgen Randers
The paper is based on case studies of the development of the urban economy of Randers, the efforts to modernize areas in the urban fringe of Randers during the 20th century, as well as the development of the project Randers Tropical Zoo, which indicates a new significant phase of the development of the urban economy.
One of its authors, Jorgen Randers, now gives his best guess for the next 40 years.
Todd, 65, manager of Danish side Randers FC, felt ill during a mid-season training camp in Spain.
Randers emphasizes that the short-termism prevailing among businesses and governments today should be regarded as the culprit not only of continuing environmental pollution but also of the emergence of the poverty issue.
RANDERS have already stunned high-flying Aalborg once at home this season and they look a fair price to repeat the trick when the teams meet in this evening's fascinating Danish Superligaen fixture, writes Mark Langdon.