Bienne


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Bienne,

Switzerland: see BielBiel
or Bienne
, city (1990 est. pop. 52,020), Bern canton, NW Switzerland, at the northeast end of the Lake of Biel. A watchmaking center, Biel also manufactures chains and machinery. There is a 16th-century Gothic town hall and a late Gothic church.
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Also returning is Bienne Voile of Switzerland, and team of 12 all hail from a variety of sailing backgrounds with skills spread across Olympic and match racing classes with a glittering collection of national championship and Tour de France a Voile medals alongside badges from most of the classic races around the globe.
Bienne est la plus grande ville bilingue de Suisse, oo les trois principales langues nationales sont representees.
This E-Special compiles four feature-length articles about four watchmaking cities in Switzerland: Bienne, where Rolex, Omega, and the Swatch Group make timepieces; La Chaux-De-Fonds, which houses facilities for brands such as Cartier and Girard-Perregaux, as well as the Museum of Horology; Geneva, home to Patek Philippe, Vacheron Constantin and Rolex's main headquarters; and Le Locle, where visitors will find brands such as Zenith, Ulysse Nardin, and Tissot.
Recorded in Switzerland, her partners here are the Orchestre Symphonique de Bienne with conductor Thomas Rosner, so this disc will not be considered Canadian content by CRTC rules.
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He was previously married to British TV sex expert Simone Bienne but that ended in divorce and a battle over cash in 2006.
Jost Meier has been the conductor of the Bienne Symphony Orchestra, director of the Bienne Opera, conductor of the Basle Theatre, and now works as a freelance conductor in Europe and China.
One of the practice's better-known projects, the timber engineering school in Bienne (1990-1999), clearly illustrates this general strategy.
Northumbria Police had been put on the alert to find Miller, then 27, of Gateshead, for the heist in a jewellers' shop in Bienne, Switzerland.
NEWPORT'S Debbie Brazier is looking for an all-important rise up the wheelchair tennis world rankings this week when she travels to Switzerland for her first tournament of the year, the Biel Bienne Indoors, part of the NEC Wheelchair Tennis Tour.
This special issue, written in German and French, is a collection of articles that were presented to the Swiss Association for Applied Linguistics during 2001 and which can be categorized as "linguistic biographies" organized under the auspices and support of the Forum du bilingualisme (Forum of Bilingualism) in Bienne (Biel) and the Cercle de realizations et de recherche pour l'eveil au langage et l'ouverture aux langues a l'ecole (Circle for the implementation of and research for raising language awareness and access to languages at school).
Chosen by Bien-Air SA, of Bienne, Switzerland, for its new "dental box" for the display of dental equipment, Eastman Chemical Company's Eastar copolyester is said to provide a "comprehensive design solution" that addresses aesthetic, environmental, economic, and structural concerns.