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Mors

(môrs), island (1992 pop. 23,473), 140 sq mi (363 sq km), NW Denmark, in the Limfjord. Nykøbing is the chief city. The island has considerable fertile soil, and offshore there are oyster fisheries.
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Mors Smitt makes signalling relays and rolling stock.
Creditors, including depositors with deposits exceeding 100,000 euros in Fjordbank Mors must therefore anticipate losses of approximately 26 percent as the bank closes," the FSA said.
On September 30, Jyske Bank said it had signed an agreement to acquire the healthy parts of failed local lender Fjordbank Mors, which includes a portfolio of about 47,000 customers with total loans and advances of about DKK2.
It will also acquire one of Fjordbank Mors' two corporate headquarters on the island of Mors, as well as 35 employees.
The information contained in this press release is qualified in its entirety by reference to the MORs for the months of February 2002 through February 2003, including the footnotes to the financial statements contained therein, copies of which are available through the U.
Prince Michael of Kent, his greying beard a good match for his warm headgear, was at the wheel of a 1904 Mors car yesterday for the annual London to Brighton run.
His teenage O mors, ero mors tua made an unforgettable impression.
Borghetti said Qantas had worked closely over the past two years with Rockwell Collins Passenger Systems, MORS Technologies, and Telecommunications Company SITA, to establish the service and modify the existing on board telephone system.
Major organization : NYKEyBING MORS FJERNVARMEVEaRK A.
The companies are domiciled in Nyk0bing, Mors in Jutland.
Contract notice: Mors 145/2015-odp; buy less environmentally burdensome vehicles with tires with better fuel efficiency and improved wet grip performance for the needs of the ministry of defence.
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