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, Ger. Alsen, island, 121 sq mi (313 sq km), Sønderjylland co., S Denmark, in the Lille Bælt, separated from the mainland by the narrow Alensund. Sønderborg (partly situated on the mainland) is the main city; other towns include Augustenborg and Nordborg.
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In four separate articles Alsen writes of four details concerning Seymour's personality.
A better understanding of the patients' perceptions of their illness can enable us to adapt the information individually for each patient, and encourage more patients to enter the follow-up programmes", says Alsen.
Lafarge received a pounds 59 million fine, while Alsen, a Hamburg-based unit of Swiss cement maker Holcim was fined pounds 51 million.
The group includes Bruce Witte, Andy Hall, Larry Hoyt, Richard Alsen, Phil Mosier and Kevin Gardner.
Their former slave labor factories Alsenische and Breitenburger merged in 1997 under the name Alsen Ag.
Splinter was in charge of moving the 1909 Model MinneapolisFord tractor from Alsen, N.
Alsen residents began reporting headaches, chronic fatigue, cancer and spontaneous nosebleeds.
Yet "[c]ompany officials question why Rollins has been singled out as being responsible for environmental pollution in Alsen, since at least nine other [pollution-discharging] facilities are located in and around the Alsen community": Petro Processors, which has created two Superfund sites; the Grow Chemical company; the Union Tank car Company; Schuykill Metals; Reynolds Aluminum Petroleum Coke division; Allied Signal; La Chem Chemical Company; Deltech; and an Exxon Resin Plant.
a Delaware-based toxic waste company wiht a plant in the town of Alsen, just north of Baton Rouge.
Also among the group is Shanghai-based Alsen Hsien, co-founder of Platinum China, voted the "Most Innovative HR Payroll Software Product" in China by ChinaHR Magazine.