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Wit·ten

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A city of west-central Germany on the Ruhr River east-southeast of Essen. Chartered in 1825, it is an industrial center.
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10 May 2019, Saalbau, Witten, Germany. Wittener Tage fur Neue Kammermusik.
Located in Witten, Germany, JDN has over 200 employees worldwide and is a manufacturer for pneumatic and hydraulic hoisting devices and crane systems.
(1) Department of Operative and Preventive Dentistry, Faculty of Health, School of Dentistry, Witten/Herdecke University, Witten, Germany
At its state-of-the-art facility in Witten, Germany, JDN says it produces pneumatically and hydraulically-operated hoists and crane systems with over 200 employees across the group and thanks to this globally unique specialisation, it has not only set the quality standard, but is also a world market leader with customers in more than 90 countries around the globe.
Krankenhaus Witten gGmbH, University of Witten/Herdecke, Pferdebachstr 27, 58455 Witten, Germany
The company has production facilities at its sites in Marl and Witten, Germany and Shanghai, China.
On December 12, 1944, on just his fourth operational flight, Friedman's heavy bomber was hit during an attack on Witten, Germany.
In addition, the company has announced the formation of STARLIMS Germany GmbH, with offices in Witten, Germany, to provide direct support for its German and Swiss customers.
Dr Ubani, who works as a doctor in Witten, Germany, specialises in cosmetic surgery and anti-ageing treatments.
LINKED: German Ubani and David Dr Ubani, a specialist in cosmetic medicine, who was based in Witten, Germany, had flown into the UK the day before and had a few hours' sleep before starting a 12-hour shift.
Dr Ubani, a specialist in cosmetic medicine, who was based in Witten, Germany, had flown into Britain the day before and had a few hours sleep before starting a 12-hour shift.
Dr Ubani was charged in his base town of Witten, Germany, with causing death by negligence.