Slagelse


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Slagelse

(slä`yəlsə), city (1992 pop. 29,583), Vestsjælland co., S central Denmark. It is an industrial center and a rail junction, and is the site of a mint. The city has an 11th-century church, and nearby is Trælleborg, a Viking fortress. It was an important trading town in the Middle Ages.
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E-Venturi, based in Slagelse, Denmark, will be the first company to market SheerWind's technology in Europe.
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Olton's Denise Marston-Smith successfully led England to promotion in the women's EuroHockey Indoor Nations Championship II at Slagelse, Denmark, at the weekend.
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Whitchurch won all three of their pool matches, defeating Cardiff & Uwic 4-0 with goals from Doug Young (2), Jamie Westerman, Mark Whatling; Slagelse HC from Denmark 3-1 (Laith El Khatib, Rhys Gowman, Westerman) and Wiener AC from Austria 4-2 (Young, Neil Potter, Alex Keating, Westerman).
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Dr Meyer works at Slagelse County Hospital, Denmark, and is a research assistant at the Department of Epidemiology Research, Statens Serum Institut.
Dorte Boesen, 58, biologist and farmer, Slagelse, Denmark:
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Production of equipment in Aalborg, Denmark, is being transferred to another Danish facility in Slagelse as well as to Bakel.