Vaasa


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Vaasa

(Finnish ˈvɑːsɑ)
n
(Placename) a port in W Finland, on the Gulf of Bothnia: the provisional capital of Finland (1918); textile industries. Pop: 56 953 (2003 est). Former name: Nikolainkaupunki
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Renovation Destinations carried out in accordance with the Vaasa Hospital District each year of the council~s decisions.
Citec is headquartered in Vaasa, Finland, and has offices in Finland, India, Sweden, the UK, France, Germany, Russia and Singapore.
Extra frequencies will also be added to Vaasa with an evening flight departing 18.
Aarne was educated in Vaasa, Finland and was the owner of Aarne Aaltonen bakery prior to immigrating to the USA in 1967.
The Finnish Vaasa administrative court will decide upon taking the application of Finnish and Estonian environmental organizations into proceedings during the next three months.
CHARLIE Mulgrew went from hero to villain as Scotland's UEFA Under-21 Championship qualifying hopes were jolted at Hietalahti Stadium in Vaasa.
SCOTLAND Under-21 boss Maurice Malpas refused to blame Charlie Mulgrew for costing his team a point in Vaasa.
The men finished fourth in their Super League match in Munich while the women bounced back to premier status after winning their First League 'A' fixture in Vaasa.
The Norwich Union GB women's side deservedly regained early promotion to the Super League when they dominated the European Cup First League 'A' fixture in Vaasa yesterday.
Storey, UKA's team leader in Vaasa, insisted 19-year-old Westley had been included in the side on merit rather than a stand-in for a more senior runner.
Storey, UK Athletics' team leader in Vaasa, insisted 19-year-old Westley had been included in the side on merit rather than a stand-in for Lisa Dobriskey.
THE Norwich Union women's side gained promotion to the Super League when they dominated the European Cup First League 'A' fixture in Vaasa.