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Vaasa

(Finnish ˈvɑːsɑ)
n
(Placename) a port in W Finland, on the Gulf of Bothnia: the provisional capital of Finland (1918); textile industries. Pop: 56 953 (2003 est). Former name: Nikolainkaupunki
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The consortium will test several next generation bio-fuels at the WEnrtsilEn laboratory in Vaasa, Finland before sea trials are carried out on various vessels within Boskalis global fleet.
Tiina Mantymaki and Marinella Rodi-Risberg are faculty members of University of Vaasa, Finland.
Vacon, headquarted in Vaasa, Finland, has production and R&D facilities in Europe, Asia and North America, and sales offices in 30 countries.
Rowe watched the draft online in Vaasa, Finland, where he is trying out for a local team.
Aarne was born in Vaasa, Finland and was predeceased by his wife of 61 years, Rose-Marie, in 2009.
During this event, I had the opportunity to have informal discussions with representatives of a number of the delegations, particularly those from Vaasa, Finland.
6m) order for the construction of a waste utilisation plant in Vaasa, Finland.
Produced in Vaasa, Finland, they are highly efficient, a feature well-suited to expensive gas markets and very competitive in comparison to normal industry solutions that utilize gas turbine technology.
The British women's side secured promotion to the Super League when they dominated the European Cup First League 'A' fixture in Vaasa, Finland.
ON TARGET: Great Britain captain Goldie Sayers had the winning throw in the javelin at the Women's European in Vaasa, Finland.
Meanwhile, Liverpool Harriers' Anyika Onuora played her part as Britain's women enjoyed a comprehensive victory in the First League Group A meeting in Vaasa, Finland to clinch their return to the top flight of European athletics.
Super Scot Lee McConnell led from the front as the GB women's team performed superbly on the first day of their European Cup First League A match in Vaasa, Finland.