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Wilhelm-Pieck-Stadt Guben

 

a city in the German Democratic Republic (GDR), in the district (Bezirk) of Cottbus, on the Neisse River, near the Polish border. Population, 28,500 (1968). The city is the center of the hat industry in the GDR. The city also has a synthetic fiber combine, textile and shoe industries, and a machine-building industry (equipment for the textile industry and for concrete.plants). It was named in honor of W. Pieck, who was born in the city. Its former name was Guben.

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Contract notice: Climate technologies in the current use of guben the area of external lighting supply and installation of control devices and led lights
The current acquisition includes three manufacturing facilities - one each in the German cities of Bad Hersfeld, Bobingen and Guben - which produce industrial fibers for sewing thread, technical textiles and other industrial and specialty applications.
Hoechst plans to transfer the company Ernst Michalke, Frankfurt, along with its site in Guben, eastern Germany; the company Kaj Neckelmann in Silkeborg, Denmark, the Portalegre site of Hoechst Fibras in Portugal and parts of the Bobingen site of Hoechst Trevira in Germany to the joint venture.
I have been unable to find this quote in Dongxuan lingbao wuyue guben zhenxingtu.
Yates, "New Light on Ancient Chinese Military Texts: Notes on their Nature and Evolution, and the Development of Military Specialization in Warring States China;" T'oung Pao 74 (1988) 217-18; for an alternative approach, see Li Ling, "Guanyu Yinqueshan jianben Sunzi yanjiu de shangque: Sunzi zhuzuo shidai he zuozhe de chong yi" [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (1978), in idem, Sunzi guben yanjiu [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (Beijing: Beijing Daxue, 1995), 207-23.
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Trevira--part of India's Reliance Group--has been investing in the optimisation of filament yarn production at its site in Guben, Germany.
Zhang Ying and Chen Su suggest that perhaps it supplemented the hypothetical and oft-discussed guben (early version) of the novel, remnants of which, scholars believe, are found in the fifteenth-century Yongle dadian and in a fifteenth-century Korean reader.
The sale included manufacturing facilities in Bad Hersfeld, Bobingen, and Guben, Germany.
The acquisition includes three manufacturing facilities - one each in the German cities of Bad Hersfeld, Bobingen and Guben - which produce industrial fibers for sewing thread, technical textiles and other industrial and specialty applications.