Werra


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Wer·ra

 (vĕr′ə)
A river rising in central Germany and flowing about 290 km (180 mi) generally northward to join the Fulda River and form the Weser.
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Nurudeen Werra, of Redcap Croft, Holbrooks, avoided PS11,000 of charges by setting up the elaborate scam using the so-called SmartStamp system.
Since 2011, K+S has halved the volume of wastewater at its Werra operations, and is building a kainite crystallization and flotation plant at Hattorf with the same intention.
The plants affected are RKW Werra in Philippsthal, Germany, which legally belongs to RKW Agri GmbH & Co.
A far from humble Luftwaffe pilot named Franz Xaver Baron von Werra escaped across the St.
Other task force members include two Deutsche Marine (German Navy) warships, the 'Brandenburg' class frigate Schleswig-Holstein and the 'Elbe' class underway replenishment ship Werra.
De Luca M, Luigi B, Formisano C, Formato A, De Werra C, Cappuccio M, et al.
A German frigate named Werra and an MSF (Doctors Without Borders) ship rescued 140 people from a giant dinghy on Saturday afternoon, according to an AFP photographer.
Viktor von Werra, a Scot who pretends to be German , was given the deadline by a sheriff yesterday after telling a court he was "petrified" about being jailed.
63) Voir Bernard Hanotiau, << L'arbitrabilite des litiges de propriete intellectuelle >> dans Jacques de Werra, dir, La resolution des litiges de propriete intellectuelle, Bruxelles, Paris et Geneve : Bruylant, LGDJ et Schulthess, 2010 a la p 167; Jean-Baptiste Racine, L'arbitrage commercial international et l'ordre public, LGDJ, 1999 au para 98.
and Professor Jacques de Werra for valuable comments on this article.