Gennevilliers


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Gennevilliers

(zhĕnvēyā`), town (1990 pop. 45,052), Hauts-de-Seine dept., N central France, on the right bank of the Seine River. It is mainly an industrial community; aircraft equipment, electrical products, radio tubes, ball bearings, and automobiles are manufactured there.
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Cherif Kouachi, 32, was buried amid tight security just before midnight Saturday at a cemetery in Gennevilliers, outside of Paris .
be buried anonymously in Gennevilliers, a northern suburb of Paris.
He joined French engine maker Snecma in September 2008 as foundry quality improvement project manager in Gennevilliers, France before moving to the company's military engines division in December 2008 as manager of the military engine repairs department.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Five people, including a child, died in an apartment fire in Gennevilliers, a deprived Northern suburb of Paris.
The discovery of the pigs' heads came a day after officials in the northern Paris suburb of Gennevilliers reinstated four summer camp counsellors who had been suspended for Ramadan fasting, it added.
pounds 189 Take a trip to Paris and enjoy a three-day break at the three-star Balladins Superior de Gennevilliers.
For his recent double exhibition at the Ecole Municipale des Beaux-Arts in Gennevilliers ("Et Mason") and at the Zoo Galerie in Nantes ("Et Dixon"), he was joined by no fewer than ten people (and had invited a hundred).
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I was unaware that Pierre Leroux's "circulus," the injunction to utilize fully human waste to enhance agricultural productivity, had in fact been realized experimentally at the "irrigation fields" of Gennevilliers outside Paris, which was widely copied elsewhere.
Southampton, England; Gennevilliers, France; Melbourne, Australia; and Taegu, South Korea.
Beverage supply for the needs of the city of Gennevilliers.