Gütersloh

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Gütersloh

(güt`ərslō), city (1994 pop. 91,630), North Rhine–Westphalia, W Germany. Its diverse industries produce machinery, metal products, and furniture. Gütersloh passed from the bishopric of Osnabrück to Prussia in 1815 and was chartered in 1825.
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Warrant Officer Class 2 Darren, a former pupil at Woodhouse High School, Tamworth, said: "Normally the guys are in Gutersloh, Germany, working on vehicles, and now they are stood outside Buckingham Palace guarding the Queen.
Jones' legal team challenged his 28 month sentence, imposed after a court martial in Gutersloh, Germany, as ``manifestly excessive''.
At the Miele cabinet plant in Gutersloh, Germany, the entire process can be viewed from a gantry above and, to help interested customers easily understand the process, the catwalk features samples of panels showing different stages of completion.
3M Track and Trace Solutions today announces an alliance with Sewerin GmbH of Gutersloh, Germany, in which 3M will launch a broad portfolio of water leak detection products under the 3M brand and manufactured by Sewerin.
arvato AG is a division of Bertelsmann AG, headquartered in Gutersloh, Germany.
The troops, who are currently based in Gutersloh, Germany, were awarded the Freedom of Birmingham, a rare honour given to just five regiments in the past.
The unit, which is based in Gutersloh, Germany, will start in Victoria Square, move into New Street, then parade into Colmore Row and Bennetts Hill before returning to Victoria Square.
L Cpl Richard McGough, 30, suffered a minor head injury after falling over drunk at barracks in Gutersloh, Germany in June 2007.
The material was supplied by Finzelberg, Andernach, Germany and Serturner, Gutersloh, Germany.
Stuart,24,and Alistair,22, are both based at Gutersloh, Germany.
The Ministry of Defence confirmed the soldier was taken to hospital after an incident at the Princess Royal Barracks at Gutersloh, Germany.
Private David Shipley, 20, of 6 Supply Regiment the Royal Logistics Corps, was three days into his posting to the Princess Royal Barracks in Gutersloh, Germany, when he was found in the pool on June 22, 2002.