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Co·burg

 (kō′bûrg′)
A city of central Germany north of Nuremberg. A large, well-preserved medieval castle overlooks the city.

coburg

(ˈkəʊˌbɜːɡ)
n
(Cookery) (sometimes capital) a rounded loaf with a cross cut on the top. Also called: coburg loaf
[C19: apparently named in honour of Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, the name of the British royal family from 1901–1917]

Coburg

(ˈkəʊbɜːɡ; German ˈkoːbʊrk)
n
(Placename) a city in E Germany, in N Bavaria. Pop: 42 257 (2003 est)

Co•burg

(ˈkoʊ bɜrg)

n.
a city in N Bavaria, in central Germany. 45,900.
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Brose manufactures the component at its site in Coburg, Germany.
In 1948, the first trials on glass fiber nonwovens were conducted at the company's former plant in Coburg, Germany, and production began two years later.
Kaeser's extensive manufacturing facilities in Coburg, Germany, covers an area over 25 Acres.
Founded in 1919, its grew within just a few years to 150 people and today represents some 5,000 employees and is headquartered in Coburg, Germany, which is in northern Bavaria.
Its global distribution center in Coburg, Germany, supplies products and spare parts to locations in Europe as well as its U.
Incorporated in 1999, Outertech is a software development company based in Coburg, Germany.
Readers overwhelmingly believe the thank-you was meant for someone representing Coburg, Germany, because of its strong ties with England.
In the late 17th century, the butcher, living in Coburg, Germany, invented the "dachshund", or "little-dog", sausage.
Schumacher, who was with wife Gina and children Maria and Mick, was in Coburg, Germany, when he hit trouble on his way to the nearby airport.
BERNHARD SCHMITT, police spokesman in the town of Coburg, Germany, about a thief who just couldn't help himself.
Brose GmbH, a Tier One automotive supplier in Coburg, Germany, makes around 100 million sub-assemblies annually for door modules, seat adjustments, and window regulators.
It was purchased from Lasco - the pioneer in the field of hydraulic forging hammers - which is based in Coburg, Germany and has 135 years' experience in mechanical engineering.