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Lolland

(Danish ˈlɔlan) or

Laaland

n
(Placename) an island of Denmark in the Baltic Sea, south of Sjælland. Pop: 69 796 (2003 est). Area: 1240 sq km (480 sq miles)
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Lol•land

or Laa•land

(ˈlɒl ənd, ˈlɔ lən)

n.
an island in SE Denmark, S of Zealand. 81,760; 495 sq. mi. (1280 sq. km).
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The Vindeby offshore wind farm at Lolland, the world's first of its kind, was dismantled in 2017 after more than 25 years of electricity generation.
it | Pictured at the Rural Community Council's Engagement Awards are, from left to right, Nigel Timms, Chair of 129 Community Bus Partnership, Llynda Baugh Support Officer and Ashley Lolland from Leicestershire County Council.
Berlin has approved 52.6 billion Danish crowns (7 bln or $8 bln) rail and road tunnel that would link the Danish island of Lolland to the German island of Fehmarn, Trend reported citing Sputnik.
tested (%) Species Lolland Skelby Vaernengene Greylag goose 1 ([double dagger])/41 0/2 0/3 (2.4) Pink-footed goose -- 0/1 0/8 Barnacle goose -- 0/3 -- Taiga bean goose 0/7 -- -- Tundra bean goose 0/7 0/1 -- White-fronted goose 0/6 0/1 -- Canada goose -- -- -- Hybrid -- -- -- All species 1/61 (16) 0/8 0/11 No.
Based on a report by Ramboll, an engineering consultancy group commissioned by the Ministry of Health to assess waste locations, Denmark is considering six possible locations for the waste site: R0dbyhavn on Lolland, Paradisbakkerne on Bornholm, Thyolm, Thise, Skive and Kertinge Mark Kerteminde.
The divestment is part of E.ON's strategy of "less capital, more value", the German group said, adding it would keep 20% in the wind farm, located on the Baltic Sea between the German island of Fehmarn and the Danish island of Lolland, and continue to operate it for the remaining lifetime.
The divestment is part of E.ONa[euro](tm)s strategy of a[euro]oeless capital, more valuea[euro], the German group said, adding it would keep 20% in the wind farm, located on the Baltic Sea between the German island of Fehmarn and the Danish island of Lolland, and continue to operate it for the remaining lifetime.
The PS3.7billion project will link the Danish island of Lolland and the German island of Fehmarn.