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Gar·misch-Par·ten·kir·chen

 (gär′mĭsh-pär′tn-kîr′kən, -KHən)
A city of southern Germany in the foothills of the Bavarian Alps near Oberammergau. It is a noted resort.
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Over 200 participants benefited from the great job the planning committee did in providing valuable training and professional development content for the 15-16 March 2016 event conducted at the Armed Forces Recreation Center Edelweiss Lodge in Garmisch Partenkirchen, Germany.
Byline: JASON BEATTIE Political Editor in Garmisch and JACK BLANCHARD
Garmisch, as it's known, is home to the fearsome "Kandahar'' World Cup downhill track, the site of the 2011 alpine World Cup Championships as well as the inaugural 1936 Olympic Games, the first to include winter sports.
Deja assuree de remporter le Gros Globe de cristal du classement general, la Slovene s'est imposee dans la descente de Garmisch et a porte son total pour la saison a 2.
3]Unheimlich Feirigen Garmisch who went down in a time of 01:38.
A less risky play may be selling Euro Certs at 48 because, even though Spain should progress, France and, especially, Germany face tough tasks in Ostrava and Garmisch.
Mrs Davis and her husband had been to Garmisch - Partenkirchen in southern Germany before, police said, and had been in the town for eight days.
Marshall European Center for Security Studies, opened the four-day conference in Garmisch, Germany last month by telling approximately 0 participants that cyber security is among the most important security issues facing society today.
Kandahar and the neighbouring Olympia piste, the longest runs in Garmisch, are part of its 'Classic' area which spreads across three wooded valleys south of the town and is served by four cable cars.
Garmisch is a bustling Bavarian town dating back to 1802, while the quaint and picturesque Partenkirchen is an old Roman trading route settlement.
The coverage on how the Army cares for amputees was also exceptional, and the story about R&R in Garmisch was a nice counterpoint to the trauma focus.
Marshall European Center for Security Studies Garmisch, Germany; established in 1993 Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies Honolulu, HI; established in 1995 Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies* Washington, D.