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Lünen

(lü`nən), city (1994 pop. 89,740), North Rhine–Westphalia, N central Germany, on the Lippe River. Its manufactures include iron, copper, metal fittings, textiles, and aluminum. Motor vehicles are assembled there and coal is mined. The city is an important port and rail junction. First mentioned in 1195, Lünen was chartered in 1265 and passed to the counts of Mark in 1302.
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Seerly et al [11] and Van Lunen and Schulze [12] reported that pigs fed a wheat-based diet had a significantly higher ADFI than those fed a corn-based diet.
Resultados similares fueron obtenidos por Lunen (17) en un experimento con piso compacto y piso en listones a diferentes densidades con cerdos del destete a los 25 kg de peso, observandose un menor grosor de la grasa en los cerdos con mas area disponible.
With these tools, it is possible to estimate an effective stimulated reservoir volume and generate new inputs for geomechanical and reservoir models, ultimately aiding in decline curve estimation, says Eric von Lunen, Senior Advisor at ESG Solutions.
Daimler AG (NYSE: DAI), a Germany-based automaker, has completed construction of an energy storage facility, claimed to be the world's largest using second-hand car batteries, in Lunen, Westphalia, Germany.
The Cat Global Mining facilities in Lunen, Germany, will manufacture the high capacity system and Vostochnaya Technika UK (commonly known as VT), the Cat dealer in the region, will deliver and support it.
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Tupi, South Cotabato Mayor Reynaldo Tamayo said separate landslides took place in Barangay Bunao and Lunen and killed three people.
The third fatality, who was from the village of Lunen, is yet to be identified, Emil Sumagaysay of the MDRRMO said.
Landslides were also reported in Barangays Bunao and Lunen in Tupi after a portion of a mountain in the area collapsed at the height of heavy rains early Wednesday.
I am grateful to Steven Shavell, Holger Spamann, and participants in workshops and conferences at Boston University, the University of Chicago, Columbia University, Harvard University, the University of Michigan, New York University, and Stanford University for helpful discussions and comments; Jonathan Holbrook and Daniel Van Lunen for research assistance; and Harvard Law School's John M.