Thurgau


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Thurgau

(German ˈtuːrɡau)
n
(Placename) a canton of NE Switzerland, on Lake Constance: annexed by the confederated Swiss states in 1460. Capital: Frauenfeld. Pop: 229 800 (2002 est). Area: 1007 sq km (389 sq miles). French name: Thurgovie

Thur•gau

(ˈtʊər gaʊ)

n.
a canton in NE Switzerland. 223,372; 388 sq. mi. (1005 sq. km). Cap.: Frauenfeld.
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Based on the data collected, the responsible authorities of the canton of Thurgau are expected to decide in 2019 whether and in which way the well with the thermal water can be used permanently.
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Major organization : AMT FR WIRTSCHAFT UND ARBEIT DES KANTONS THURGAU
When you hold an ancient coin with the image of a Roman Emperor or a Greek Goddess or Cleopatra or the Thurgau of the Ottoman Sultans, you literally have history in the palm of your hands.
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We thank all partners who were engaged in the outbreak investigation, comprising local and state public health authorities, as well as the staff from official control laboratories, the European Union Reference Laboratory for Listeria monocytogenes in France and the Cantonal Laboratory Thurgau in Switzerland.
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The canton with the largest pig population was easily Bern (20 per cent of the total), followed by Thurgau and Vaud (both nine per cent).
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The federal court recently judged that a ban by a commune in canton Thurgau on headscarves in secondary schools was illegal.