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Næstved

(nĕst`vĕth), city (1992 pop. 38,185), Storstrøm co., SE Denmark. It is a seaport, linked (since 1938) with the Karrebæk Fjord (an arm of the Store Bælt) by a 5-mi (8.1-km) canal. It is also an industrial center and a rail junction.
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The task is the provision of 192 new bathrooms in 3- and 4-room flats in BoligNE*stveds Section 10 Birch fence in Naestved.
Today this piece of art can be seen at the Art Center of Roennebaeksholm in Naestved, Denmark.
Rebellion, combat and massacre: a medieval mass grave at Sandbjerg near Naestved, Denmark, in T.
1] Department of Clinical Biochemistry Naestved University Hospital Naestved, Denmark
She has been exhibiting in group and solo shows throughout the United States and Europe and her work is represented in numerous public and private collections, among them: the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taiwan, Museum of Printing History, Houston, Texas, Skopelos Foundation for the Arts, Skopelos, Greece, and Roennebaeksholm Arts & Culture Centre, Naestved, Denmark.
Large and sudden temperature changes in supply temperature were depicted in the district heating system in Madumvej while the pronounced transient supply conditions of temperature wave were exhibited in the district heating system in Naestved.
Cities with bookstores launching the book included Aalborg, Hobro, Grenaa, Charlottenlund, Struer, Vejen, Horsens, Silkeborg, Varde, Naestved, Odense, the capital Copenhagen, and others.
Using this method of research, Vilhelm Moller-Christensen has found that in the Danish cemetery at Naestved, a leprosarium which functioned from 1250 to 1550, seventy percent of the 500 skeletons studied showed clear signs of leprosy.
Henning Jensen He has been the Mayor of Naestved in South-east Denmark since1988.
And it did little to inspire their 100 strong band of die-hard supporters on a sunbaked afternoon in the tiny town of Naestved.
Megson is free to concentrate solely on playing matters and today the Albion boss will have his first chance to assess the squad in their opening tour match against Danish Second Division side Naestved, based near the capital Copenhagen.
Founded in 1960 and based in Naestved, Denmark, Damcos became a leading supplier of hydraulic equipment for the local marine shipbuilding industry.