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Flensburg

(German ˈflɛnsbʊrk)
n
(Placename) a port in N Germany, in Schleswig-Holstein: taken from Denmark by Prussia in 1864; voted to remain German in 1920. Pop: 85 300 (2003 est)
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They were welcomed by Christopher Flensborg, head of Climate & Sustainable Finance at SEB.
Se han recuperado varios entierros, la mayoria conformados por individuos inhumados bajo diversas modalidades (e.g., secundario multiple y primario simple) y relacionados tanto con campamentos base como configurando areas formales de entierro (Flensborg et al.
(2) Jensen, Lisbeth Ahlgren, Elly Bruunshuus Petersen and Kirsten Flensborg Petersen, eds.
Kirsten Flensborg Petersen has created a supplement to Miller's research guide that includes bibliographic citations from 1985 to 2005 (see the Royal Library's Web site).
The integration of the KLAST plug-in into CLC Genomics Workbench makes it possible to perform sequence similarity queries on very large data sizes, which adds significant utility to the very critical challenge in analyzing next- generation sequencing data, said Mikael Flensborg, Director of Global Partner Relations for CLC bio.
Roy was arrested on the same day in Mexico while he was in a vehicle with Gabriella De Cueto and Pierre Flensborg, two of the people charged with Vanier.
The "Flensborg or Stettin Australian" (LJ 73) captain of the Patna, for instance, is associated with Orientals in his racial hybridity to further differentiate him from Jim, with whom the late-Victorian reader is meant to identify as being "one of us" and "the right sort" (LJ 100).
Also arrested was a Danish man, Pierre Christian Flensborg, who authorities said was in charge of logistics, and two Mexicans, Jose Luis Kennedy Prieto and Gabriela Davila Huerta, also known as de Cueto.