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(Danish ˈranərs)
(Placename) a port and industrial centre in Denmark, in E Jutland on Randers Fjord (an inlet of the Kattegat). Pop: 55 739 (2004 est)


(ˈrɑ nərz, -nərs)

a seaport in E Jutland, in Denmark. 61,155.
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The 22-year-old has yet to open his scoring account for Blues since moving from Danish side Randers FC, but Rowett said: "He has shown glimpses of what he has to offer.
All cars will be auctioned at the Campen Auktioner headquarter in Randers, Denmark, on November 3, 2015
You might well ask, as the striker has been learning his trade for his hometown club Randers in the Danish top flight.
Todd, 65, manager of Danish side Randers FC, felt ill during a mid-season training camp in Spain.
RANDERS have already stunned high-flying Aalborg once at home this season and they look a fair price to repeat the trick when the teams meet in this evening's fascinating Danish Superligaen fixture, writes Mark Langdon.
In The Limits of Growth (1972), coauthor Randers (climate strategy, BI Norwegian Business School) cautioned that unless humanity changed its ways, the planet's future looked unsustainable.
THE pressure on managers is worldwide - just ask the (now former) boss of Danish League side Randers.
The coach of the Randers team Ove Christensen became agitated when asked after the match against Brondby whether he could stay on as coach.
Verdo Renewables Ltd, formerly known as Energi Randers UK, is a fully owned subsidiary of Verdo Holding, the parent company of the Verdo Group.
In section 2, we consider the Randers change and obtain conditions for Rizza manifold to be C-reducible, Berwald and Landsberg.
He has been withdrawn from their squad to face Randers.