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Etzel

(ĕt`səl), in Germanic mythology, king who corresponds to the historic AttilaAttila
, d. 453, king of the Huns (445–53). After 434 he was coruler with his brother, whom he murdered in 445. In 434, Attila obtained tribute and great concessions for the Huns in a treaty with the Eastern Roman emperor Theodosius II, but, taking advantage of Roman wars
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. In the Nibelungenlied he appears as Etzel and in the Volsungasaga as Atli.
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Having the building really in the middle of the vineyard and the middle of the Dundee Hills gave us a system that would integrate the hospitality business and the production," Etzel says.
Etzel will join speakers from the Milken Institute School of Public Health at George Washington University and the Children's Environmental Health Network about policy achievements and breakthroughs in understanding children's environmental health.
Etzel Carde[+ or -]a is a faculty member of the University of Lund, Sweden.
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The project involves the construction of a 48-inch pipeline from gas storage facilities which are under development in Etzel, Germany to the natural gas grid at Oude Statenzijl in The Netherlands.
Etzel is a pediatrician, preventive medicine specialist, and environmental epidemiologist who founded the International Pediatric Environmental Health Leadership Institute.
Prior to the establishment of Israel, Jewish terror against the British Mandatory authority and Palestinian Arabs was carried out by two paramilitary organizations that espoused Revisionist Zionist ideologies: Etzel (Irgun) and Lehi (Stern Gang).
These memoirs first appeared in Hebrew in 1950, and their translation into English is an important reminder of the ideological conflict between the two branches of Jabotinsky's Beitar youth movement: one followed Abraham Stern into LEHI and the other Menahem Begin, who claimed the shreds of Jabotinsky's mantle, into ETZEL, more popularly known as the Irgun.
Cuando habla de su asesor juridico Miguel Etzel Maldonado, ejecutado el martes 20, el gobernador de Chihuahua, Jose Reyes Baeza, admite que la estrategia para combatir al crimen organizado no esta dando los resultados que se esperaban.
The DDoS attack is still ongoing, and the intensity has not decreased at all," wrote Chad Etzel, from Twitter's application development platform support team on a discussion forum.