Delmenhorst


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Delmenhorst

(dĕl`mənhôrst), city (1994 pop. 77,130), Lower Saxony, N Germany, near Bremen. Manufactures of this industrial city include linoleum, wool, jute, cork, and metalwork.
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Josef-Stift Hospital and Delmenhorst are under the umbrella of the holding company Josef-Hospital Delmenhorst gGmbH at the site of the St.
A local rambling club scattered the 85-year-old's ashes in the hills above the camp according to his will, lodged at a court in Delmenhorst, Germany.
Police are investigating more deaths between 2003 and 2005 in Oldenburg and the nearby towns of Delmenhorst and Wilhelmshaven in north-western Germany.
The deaths occurred at the Delmenhorst clinic, where Niels H.
Its main production facilities are in Delmenhorst, in northern Germany.
I always wanted to repay the generosity they showed me," Heinrich, now 84, tells the Sunday Mirror at his home in Delmenhorst, near Bremen.
He was born in Liverpool's Oxford Street Maternity Hospital, lived in Huyton until late 1980 where he moved to Germany to a place near Bremen, called Delmenhorst.
It will be approximately five miles from the current operation in Bremen in Delmenhorst.
He was bought from AMATEUR side Atlas Delmenhorst yet his agent Thomas Krotha was paid pounds 16,000.
Kraska has been at German nursery club Delmenhorst.
Terex Corporation (NYSE: TEX) announced today that it has entered into an agreement to divest the Terex Atlas heavy construction equipment, which is located in Ganderkesee, Germany, and knuckle-boom crane and related components businesses, which have operations in Vechta and Delmenhorst, Germany.