Akmené

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Akmené

 

town in Akmiane Raion, Lithuanian SSR. Located in the north of the republic, 7.5 km from Akmené railroad station on the Šiauliai-žeikiai line. Population 2,400 (1968). Akmenė was founded in the 16th century.

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She was born in Dublin in 1907 to dentist William Steyn and Bertha Jaffe, who met and married in Limerick, having moved to Ireland from the town of Akmene, on the borders of Latvia and Lithuania.
He has some Lithuanian roots--his mother was born into a Jewish family from the northern Lithuanian town of Akmene.
Akmene over 30 W-SW Joniskis over 30 W-SW Papile over 30 W-SW Paakmenis over 30 W Vilnius AS 30 W Panevezys 30 W-SW Vezaiciai 30 SW Kelme 30 W-SW Moletai 30 SW Dasiunai 30 W-SW sakiai 30 W-SW Saviciunai 30 W Laukuva 30 W Kartena approx.
5 R conforming to requirements of the standard LST EN 197-1:2000, manufactured by the Joint Stock Company Akmenes Cementas, Naujoji Akmene, Lithuania.
The Irish Jewish community essentially came into existence between 1880 and 1901 with the arrival of Ashkenazim from a single Lithuanian village, Akmene, fleeing Tsarist pogroms.
17 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- KHD Humboldt Wedag International Ltd announced today that it has been selected by Akmenes Cementas AB, located in Naujoji Akmene, Lithuania, to provide a production line to produce 4,500 tons per day of clinker.
The Naujoji Akmene formation comprises an important aquifer for the water supply of north Lithuania.
10] is well demonstrated by air quality measurements in the largest cities of Lithuania--Vilnius, Kaunas, Klaipeda, Siauliai and Paneveys, and in industrial centres--Jonava, Kedainiai, Mazeikiai and Naujoji Akmene where the largest air quality problems are related to pollution with [fPM.
Valys is not very experienced for the work of prosecutor general: although his office in the Akmene region was among the best in Lithuania, it is a very small office-Valys was only in charge of four people there.
ing go sayT is Hull where they join forces with fellow communications workers before heading east to Skoudas and Akmene.