Prenzlau


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Prenzlau

 

a city in the German Democratic Republic, in Neubrandenburg District, on the northern shore of Lake Unter-Uecker at the source of the Uecker River. Population, 22,800 (1973). Industries in Prenzlau include the manufacture of machinery and armatures, food processing (including sugar refining), and woodworking.

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The Tax and Customs Administration demanded in summer that Inge Prenzlau pay a portion of her $156 monthly compensation stipend from Germany even though that country exempts other recipients residing in Germany and beyond from paying taxes on that class of payments, Het Financieele Dagblad reported.
In addition to aleo solar with their manufacturing facilities in Prenzlau (Brandenburg, Germany), modules were also supplied by the SAS subsidiary Sunrise Global Solar Energy.
Methane can be used directly in gas-fired power plants and CNG vehicles, and the electrolysis and methanation conversion losses harnessed for heating the biogas plant, as at Werlte, and buildings, as at the Prenzlau power-to-gas plant.
The transaction includes a module plant in Prenzlau and the Aleo brand, the vendor further explained adding that Aleo Solar has already paid the first EUR7m (USD9.
13) Astrid Geisler, "Wie Bin Laden nach Prenzlau kam," Tageszeitung, July 5, 2010.
In addition to weak demand and falling prices, Aleo was also negatively affected by one-time effects such as the closure of its plant in Spain, the termination of its joint venture Avim solar and the expenses resulting from the concentration of its production in its Prenzlau plant.
Interestingly, this is also the translation used in The Jewish Children's Bible--Exodus, adapted by Sheryl Prenzlau (New York: Pitspopany Press, 1997) p.
Nestle Scholler of Germany, now planning to focus exclusively on its Scholler and Movenpick ice cream brands, has sold its private label business, and its production facilities in Nurnberg and Prenzlau, Germany, to Rosen Eiskrem GmbH of Waldfeucht-Haaren.
In that volume, he tells us that he ran away from his Magdeburg School to the theatre at Prenzlau, where he worked as a journeyman writer until he fell out with the actors: 'I remained, however, on very good terms with Burgheim, and continued uninterruptedly, for his sake, my miscellaneous dramatic labours; curtailed the trains of heroic tragedy; altered old-fashioned comedies to suit modern taste; mutilated and patched all sorts of pieces to suit the wants of the company; wrote, on my own account, a few raw-head and bloody bone pieces .
Hans-Joachim Denecke was born October 2, 1911, in Prenzlau in the Uckermark, in the eastern part of Germany.
Now, as I sat next to Stein in the cab, on Frankfurter Allee heading toward Prenzlau in the afternoon traffic, I thought, And that was it.