Steyr


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Steyr

(German ˈʃtaiər) or

Steier

n
(Placename) an industrial city in N central Austria, in Upper Austria. Pop: 39 340 (2001)
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Cooper said, "Let's walk and talk, I have a meeting coming up." The meeting turned out to be at the Steyr exhibit where I said goodbye.
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LONDON, Feb 28, 2018 - (ACN Newswire) - STEYR Traktoren, the specialist tractor brand of CNH Industrial (NYSE: CNHI /MI: CNHI) is proud to provide support in the preparation of the ski jumping championships that regularly take place in the Austrian city of Kulm.
Developed in 2000 as a joint project between Hornady and Steyr, the .376 Steyr is based on the "big bore Scout rifle" concept.
Rotating barrel: John Browning patented a rotating-barrel system in 1897, and the design was used by Steyr in the Roth-Steyr 1907 and Steyr-Hahn 1912 pistols.
IF YOU OPENED YOUR 1984 EDITION OF GUN DIGEST and instantly fell in love with the Steyr AUG, pictured there for the first time, you are not alone.
Once complete, Telemotive, with its five German facilities and approximately 550 employees, will be integrated into Magna's vehicle engineering and contract manufacturing operating unit, Magna Steyr.