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Noun1.Minden - a battle in the Seven Years' War (1759) in which the English forces and their allies defeated the French
Seven Years' War - a war of England and Prussia against France and Austria (1756-1763); Britain and Prussia got the better of it
Deutschland, FRG, Germany, Federal Republic of Germany - a republic in central Europe; split into East Germany and West Germany after World War II and reunited in 1990
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Peering over the railings and through the black trees into the garden of the Square, you see a few miserable governesses with wan- faced pupils wandering round and round it, and round the dreary grass-plot in the centre of which rises the statue of Lord Gaunt, who fought at Minden, in a three-tailed wig, and otherwise habited like a Roman Emperor.
has completed its acquisition of Minden Bancorp, Inc.
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Ron Hagar, chairman of the Camp Minden Citizen's Advisory Board, said the citizens want to be certain the area's water doesn't become polluted from the burning of M6 explosives at Camp Minden.
Greater Nevada Credit Union, Carson City, Nev., announced that its Minden branch has received the partnership award for outstanding volunteerism from the Douglas County Library.
The advice offered in "Pointes to Ponder" (May) is good for breaking in and prolonging the life of a traditionally made pointe shoe, but it could be disastrous if applied to a Gaynor Minden. Traditional pointe shoes have a fiberboard and paste construction that can be strengthened by darning the platforms or applying glue to the toe box, as the dancers in your article suggest.
Engagingly written at a second grade reading level and photographically illustrated by Cecilia Minden, 'Neighborhood Helpers" is a series of twelve books designed with an interest level spanning kindergarten through the third grade and showcasing community workers that children will commonly encounter.
The communities compared were Minden, Nebraska, a community with fluoridated water, and Hastings, Nebraska, where the water is non-fluoridated.
A recent trend in education literature has been to generally accept that hypermedia can accommodate learning style differences because of the multi-modal attributes that are involved (Ayersman & Minden, 1995).