Kaiserslautern


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Kai·sers·lau·tern

 (kī′zərs-lou′tərn)
A city of southwest Germany southwest of Frankfurt. First mentioned c. 830, it was chartered in 1276.

Kaiserslautern

(German kaizərsˈlautərn)
n
(Placename) a city in W Germany, in S Rhineland-Palatinate. Pop: 999 095 (2003 est)

Kai•sers•lau•tern

(ˈkaɪ zərzˌlaʊ tərn, -zərs-)

n.
a city in S Rhineland-Palatinate, in SW Germany. 101,910.
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Contract notice: 300178102 tu kaiserslautern, new building construction lpme - 19e0599 dismantling of parking lots, drainage
Frankfurt: Former Bundesliga champions Kaiserslautern were relegated into the third tier of German football for the first time with a 3-2 defeat at Arminia Bielefeld on Friday.
Kaiserslautern have confirmed their relegation to the third division of German football after losing their 17th game of the 34-match season.
FOOTBALL DARMSTADT v KAISERSLAUTERN 5.30pm THE bottom two of Germany's second tier try again today a month after the first game between them was abandoned at half-time, writes Steve Davies.
Freudenberg Performance Materials has started a pilot line at its global competence site in Kaiserslautern, Germany.
Adam Opel in Kaiserslautern, Germany, is an important supplier of chassis components.
The 2009 transformation plan will inactivate the 1st Armored Division Support Command in Wiesbaden, Germany, and move the 405th Army Field Support Brigade headquarters and its associated logistics assistance representatives from Seckenheim, Germany, to Kaiserslautern, Germany.
BAYERN MUNICH toasted their 20th German title yesterday but players were banned from receiving the traditional soaking in beer as officials feared a RIOT after their 1-1 draw at Kaiserslautern.
KAISERSLAUTERN have admitted they are set to have another go at luring Hibs star Derek Riordan to Germany.
Winner: 1st Bn, 29th Inf Regt, Ft Benning, GA Runner-up: Maint Acty-Kaiserslautern, Kaiserslautern, Germany
* Design: LBB Kaiserslautern, the German state construction agency.
Barrister Hugh D'Aguilar told the jury his client "was sent to Germany to play for a team by the name of Kaiserslautern, who are roughly the equivalent of Liverpool in English football."