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Wismar

(German ˈvɪsmar)
n
(Placename) a port in NE Germany, on an inlet of the Baltic, in Mecklenburg-West Pomerania: shipbuilding industries. Pop: 45 714 (2003 est)
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Major organization : HOCHSCHULE WISMAR UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES: TECHNOLOGY, BUSINESS AND DESIGN
The pair were atop a train parked near the railway station in Wismar, a port city on the Baltic Sea, when they presumably touched the high powered electrical cables overhead and received up to 15,000 volts.
s European subsidiary Fuji Electric Europe GmbH has completed an agreement to acquire 70% of the shares of Wismar, Germany-based fuel cell company N2telligence, the company said.
The 35-year-old Wismar native musician was reportedly inspired to write a song that will also be used to raise money for people with disability.
Price includes Eight nights' full board accommodation on board MS Marco Polo based on two people sharing a twin cabin First-class on-board entertainment Ports of Call: Amsterdam, Brunsbuttel, Holtenau, Wismar, Helsingborg, Copenhagen, Oslo Excellent service from an attentive crew Traditional British and International full board cuisine Afternoon tea and late nights'nacks *Applies to bookings made by 19 May 2014 quoting promotional code L6HPY4.
Dealer Katja Burmester, found the book while sorting through boxes at her shop in Wismar in northern Germany on the Baltic coast.
The buyer, however, has to dispose of the Damp hospital Wismar, with annual sales of EUR60m (USD82.
German shipbuilding specialist Nordic Yards Wismar is constructing the platform, which will be managed by Dutch grid operator Tennet after its completion.
CENTROSOLAR will build manufacturing capacity in a new production building adjacent to its plant in Wismar, Germany, and the first deliveries under the agreement are due in the third quarter of 2011.
According to the newspaper's informed sources, the plants in the German towns of Wismar and Landsberg am Lech are most likely to be the object of the potential deal.
Wismar (senior health policy analyst, European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies), McKee (European public health, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine), Ernst (freelance technical officer), Srivastava (PhD student, London School of Economics and Political Science) and Busse (health management, Technisch U.
Stephen Wismar represented Stephanie Galanek in an underlying personal injury and products liability action arising from an automobile accident in which Galanek's car was rearended, causing her seat to collapse and her to suffer an alleged "contre-coup" brain injury.