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Godesberg,

Germany: see Bad GodesbergBad Godesberg
, part of Bonn, North Rhine–Westphalia, W Germany, on the Rhine River. It is the site of numerous foreign embassies and government agencies as well as residences of diplomats and government officials.
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Godesberg

a town and spa in W Germany, in North Rhine-Westphalia on the Rhine: a SE suburb of Bonn
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Recorded in 2003, at Heilig-Kreuze-Kirche Bad Godesberg.
53) A painting on loan to Bonn from Bad Godesberg of 1470 was very closely modelled on the London panel--it shows a man and woman holding hands in an interior with a mirror on the wall behind them (Fig.
In three weeks of hearings, the court heard how Sibabi, a one-time car mechanic, had a string of bored white housewife lovers in the rich Bonn suburb of Bad Godesberg.
Mannesmann BOGE GmbH, Bad Godesberg, Germany, through its U.
This investigation was supported financially by the Australian Antarctic Divison, Kingston, Tasmania, and to a certain extent by the German Research Council (DFG), Bonn-Bad Godesberg (Be1259/4-1).
Botschaft von der United Republic of Tanzania, Theatrplatz 53 Bonn/Bad Godesberg, Germany tel +49 (0)228 358051.
1 (Berlin/Bonn-Bad Godesberg, 1976), 143-7,570-1; Albrecht, 171, 177-8, 899-901; Diehi, 143-54; Klotzbach, 210-9; Meyer, 652-4, 692-707.
Germany's 1959 Godesberg program supported the autonomy of employer and employee organizations as integral to a liberal order.
Acquisition, transport and utilization of screenings (EWC-code 190801), sand trap (EWC-code 190802) from the treatment plants Salierweg Bonn, Bad Godesberg, Duisdorf and Beuel and waste from the channel entertainment (EWC-code 200306).
1947-49), Vatican regent in Kronberg (1949-51), and Vatican nuncio to Germany from the new seat in Bad Godesberg .
In March 1939 representatives of eleven regional churches issued the Godesberg Declaration, which promoted the view that the Christian faith is "the unbridgeable religious opposite of Judaism" (149).
See also Peter Neville, "Sir Alexander Cadogan and Lord Halifax's 'Damascus Road' Conversion over the Godesberg Terms, 1938," Diplomacy and Statecraft, 11 (2000), pp.