Waldenburg


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Waldenburg:

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, Ger. Waldenburg, city (1992 est. pop. 141,300), Dolnośląskie prov., SW Poland. Coal mining, chemical production, metallurgy, and textile milling are the chief economic activity.
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On the surface, Waldenburg appears to go against the grain of the majority of texts on tzedakah, which generally focus on the necessity to satisfy the essential material needs of the poor by providing food, clothing and other necessities.
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Irony and Waldenburg disputed the early lead and they went a steady clip for the first half of the race, but the contest really opened up on the home turn when the major players made their moves.
I'm holding my bets on Waldenburg as I see Godolphin have given him a July Cup entry so he might yet end up a sprinter but Compton Dragon is more established at this mile trip.
Godolphin's Waldenburg wasn't up to the job in the French 2,000 Guineas on his reappearance but cannot be dismissed, while Richard Hannon's improving Hero's Journey is another well worthy of respect.
Godolphin once regarded Waldenburg as a Sagitta 2000 Guineas hope but he has not quite lived up to those lofty expectations as of yet.
Saeed bin Suroor has six entries for Sheikh Mohammed's Godolphin operation, including the fourth horse home in the race last year, Three Points, and the well-regarded three-year-olds Meshaheer and Waldenburg.
Meshaheer, a leading fancy for the 2000 Guineas, trailed in a distant fifth behind the Frankie Dettori-partnered son of Marju, while fellow Classic hope Waldenburg was a further distance back in eight place.
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As Waldenburg describes it, this area "still offered ruins, decaying historic buildings, wildly overgrown wasteland, pavements and road surfaces dating back to the thirties and forties" (12).
Robinson was born on 6 October 1918 in Waldenburg, Lower Silesia.
Following his death the famous collection passed to another pharmacist, named Rohde, and in 1841 was purchased by Prince Otto Victor von Schonberg-Waldenberg; it is preserved today as part of the princely Naturalien Kabinet in Waldenburg, Saxony.