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(Dutch ˈhɛŋəloː)
(Placename) a city in the E Netherlands, in Overijssel province on the Twente Canal: industrial centre, esp for textiles. Pop: 81 000 (2003 est)


(ˈhɛŋ əˌloʊ)

a city in the E Netherlands. 75,990.
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Contract award notice: Redevelopment of the center of hengelo, Phase 1
HENGELO, OVERIJSSEL, NETHERLANDS -- European defense giant Thales has reentered the merchant PCB market, opening its shop here to outside customers.
AkzoNobel also has agreements in place that recognize energy savings at its two other chemicals sites in the Netherlands, in Hengelo and Delfzijl.
ATHLETICS: Andy Butchart lost a shoe on the final lap of the 5000m in Hengelo but still smashed the Scottish record, clocking 13:13.
The former Birmingham, Portsmouth and Elazigspor striker netted his second goal for the club as the Highlanders lost narrowly to a skilled and accomplished young FC Twente side in Hengelo.
08 behind Ujah in Hengelo, Kilty will surely have to lower his best of 10.
Which British sprinter broke the sub-10 second barrier in the 100m in Hengelo recently?
HKS, operating sites at locations in Amsterdam, Amersfoort, Eindhoven, Hengelo,'s Gravendeel and Zwartsluis, has some 180 employees.
But he suffered another strain in Hengelo and will not be ready to compete in tomorrow's event and although he still has a notional chance of making it to London, the chances of regaining fitness, jumping the qualifying distance and convincing the UKA selectors are remote.
Last year, Robin had taken a train to Berlin from Hengelo, his hometown, to "start a new life".
Competing over 1,500 metres in the Fanny Blankers-Koen Games in Hengelo, Weightman finished third behind last year's world silver medallist Hannah England.
Sprinter Christian Malcolm is also in action today in the 100m in Hengelo.