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Kutno

 

a city in Poland, in Ptock Województwo (since 1975). Population, 30,600 (1971). Kutno is a railway junction. Industries include the manufacture of agricultural machinery, radio parts, and pharmaceuticals; food processing; and sawmilling.

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We had hoped that Kutno might contain the classic dune sands that we continue to encounter in the Fences concession.
Taken in the Polish town of Kutno in 1939 and 1940, the pictures have been released to mark the official establishment of the Warsaw Ghetto, the Daily Mail reported.
PGNiG will earn a 50% interest in the Kutno concession in connection with its participation in the Kutno-2 well.
Dubai A little league collective of the most talented 12- to 13-year-old baseball players in the UAE travels to Kutno in Poland on Sunday for the regional qualifiers of junior baseball's most prestigious tournament, the Little League World Series.
PolyOne Corporation (NYSE: POL), a leading global polymer and masterbatch compounder, announced today that to meet its growing customer base in the region it will expand in Central Europe with the construction of a manufacturing facility in Kutno, Poland.
It's not the Scarsdales of the world who are looking for our services," says Stephen Kutno of Princeton Review.
Contract notice for Execution of works in the LCS Kutno - Episode Zychlin - Barlogi within the framework of the project entitled
The US company IVAX, which was itself acquired by Teva in early 2006, purchased Polfa Kutno in December 2004.
Together with IVAX' existing 25% stake in Polfa Kutno, IVAX will hold approximately 98% of Polfa Kutno's shares.
as part of routine maintenance of national roads and road structures administered by the region in kutno.
In June, 2004, IVAX acquired 25% of the shares in Polfa Kutno.