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Falster

(ˈfɑːlstə)
n
(Placename) an island in the Baltic Sea, part of SE Denmark. Chief town: Nykøbing. Pop: 43 537 (2003 est). Area: 513 sq km (198 sq miles)
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Fal•ster

(ˈfɑl stər)

n.
an island in SE Denmark. 45,906; 198 sq. mi. (513 sq. km).
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The company said Nielsen'as resignation is as a result of the termination of her employment with the company upon the closing of the company's factory in Nykobing Falster, Denmark.
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This may be a disadvantage as respiration increases more than photosynthesis with temperature and the effect is more important for leaves under stronger radiation and where water is in short supply (Westoby, Falster, Moles, Vesk, & Wright, 2002).
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