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Berne,

Switzerland: see BernBern
or Berne
, canton (1990 pop. 937,365), 2,658 sq mi (6,883 sq km), W central Switzerland. The second most populous and second largest canton of the country, Bern comprises three sections—the Bernese Alps, or Oberland [Ger.
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May 26: Berne Expat Breakfast at Neste PTC, Konolfingen
We're unbeaten and you'd like to say we could go unbeaten for the season," said Berne.
The hosts then began the second half strongly and Berne made it count with two penalties.
Bath - tries: Tries: Hawkins; penalties: Berne (3): conversion: Berne.
We are honored that Piper Starr has been recognized by the Berne Union for her knowledge and experience," said Ex-Im Bank Chairman Philip Merrill.
Bath stepped up the pace after the restart and got on level terms with a penalty by Berne.
Mark is highly regarded in the Cleveland legal and business communities and when the opportunity to bring him to Ulmer & Berne presented itself, our decision was very easy.
Berne converted three tries - including O'Brien's late effort - and kicked two penalties while Stephen Jones could do no more than convert that Davies surge.
There is a guide for shopping, dining and regular features on interesting topics for the tens of thousands of expats who call Berne home, as well as those who may be planning to move to the area.
Most recently, Berne was a Director at KPMG, an international consulting, assurance and financial advisory services firm.
The visit was very distressing to a lot of visitors on my tour and I urge travel companies and holiday-makers visiting Berne to give this tourist "attraction" a wide berth.