Bautzen

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Bautzen

(ˈbaʊtsən)
n
(Placename) a town in E Germany, in Saxony: site of an indecisive battle in 1813 between Napoleon's army and an allied army of Russians and Prussians. Pop: 42 160 (2003 est)
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i Fabian Kaulfurst, Studije k reci Michala Frencla, Schriften des Sorbischen Instituts 55/Spisy Serbskeho instituta 55 (Domowina-Verlag, Budysin 2012.
Soldier Hollow is also the sire of Lady Of Budysin, a half-sister to last season's Melbourne Cup third Lucas Cranach, who runs in today's Prix de Psyche at Deauville (5.
Apart from Lobau, where the firm was founded at the turn of the 1850s/60s (sources differ, with some stating 1859 and others 1862), he set up branches in Budysin (1893), and Zitava (1896), and to avoid a duty imposed on German products imported into Austria Hungary he set up a firm--now under the management of Franz Casar Forster, assembling instruments in Jirikov as well (1900).