Obwalden


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Ob•wal•den

(Ger. ˈɔpˌvɑl dən)

n.
a canton in central Switzerland. 31,310; 189 sq. mi. (490 sq. km).
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Invitation to tender: collection, transhipment and transport of municipal waste from the canton of obwalden by the incineration plant renergia, perlen.
Yet, the role of English as a foreign language in Switzerland seems to be threatening this agreement as shown by the inclusion of English as the first foreign language (before French) in elementary school in the cantons of Zurich, Obwalden, Nidwalden, Lucerne, Zug, Schaffhausen, Thurgau, St.
Alois Bucher was born on August 28, 1928, the sixth of ten children of Theodor Wilhelm Bucher and Sophie Bucher-Emmenegger of Kems (Obwalden).
Die Kantone Schwyz, Obwalden und Nidwalden sind in Bearbeitung.
Maze, a native of Engleberg in the canton of Obwalden, has three World Cup races on her career list to brag.
The snow is thick on the ground here, and I'm embracing a warm mug of coffee, as this week I am sending you greets from the Canton of Obwalden and the foot of Mount Titlis, inset, where I am sitting in the quiet surrounds of snowy Engelberg.
The accident happened on Tuesday evening soon after the plane took off from Kaegiswil airport in Sarnen, in the canton of Obwalden.
These are, for most of the time period, Obwalden, Nidwalden, Glarus, Appenzell Innerrhoden, and Appenzell Ausserrhoden.
Table 4: Abbreviations of the Swiss Cantons AG Aargau NW Nidwalden AI Appenzell Innerrhoden OW Obwalden AR Appenzell Ausserrhoden SG St.
The index of the weighted average for Switzerland is 100; whereas, the canton Obwalden reaches the maximum value of 146.5 and the canton Zug the minimum value of 50.3.
* The regions of Franche-Comte, (eastern France) and Obwalden (Switzerland) carry out energy audits within private dwellings.