Akranes


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Akranes

(ä`kränĕs'), town (1993 pop. 5,233), SW Iceland, on a peninsula in the Faxaflói. It is a fishing port and industrial center, with a huge cement plant.
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Shareholder Support Expected to Continue: We expect RE's three municipality shareholders, the City of Reykjavik (around 93.5%), the Municipality of Akranes (around 5.5%) and the Municipality of Borgarbyggd (around 1%) to continue to provide support through fully cost-reflective tariffs linked to inflation, adequate returns on investments, and moderate dividends.
Akranes has a geothermally heated swimming pool, as would be expected, together with an art exhibition at the top of the lighthouse.
Caption: Brilliant green auroral curtains danced over Akranes, Iceland, during a display on October 21, 2017.
"He moved to Icelandic club Akranes then to Champions KR, played in a Champions League qualifier against Virgil Van Djik, finished as the league's top scorer and got moves to Belgian club Lokeren and then moved to Norway with Lillestrom.
Demographic and operative data, together with postoperative outcomes of 452 patients with a total of 485 inguinal hernias (33 bilateral hernias), were collected in a prospective database for consecutive patients who were referred to Akranes County Hospital between 1 January 2004 and 31 December 2010.
A climactic sequence shot in Akranes, Iceland, involved the country's biggest ever explosion carried out there for the film.
Earlier they had eliminated Akranes of Iceland, Beveren of Belgium and Hungary's Ujpest Dozsa.
Peterborough 264 36 Camberley Chelsea 57 5 Amsterdam Caen, Herenveen 132 15 Reading Portsmouth 100 27 Hemel Hempstead Liverpool 11 0 Waltham Forest Arsenal 111 32 Strasbourg Strasbourg, Wigan 97 42 Akranes, Iceland Lillestrom 170 33 Stockport Stockport, Rochdale, Rotherham, Reading, Cardiff 406 160 CLUB FILE COLOURS: Gold shirt with black trim, black shorts, gold socks.
Back in 1994/95, the Citizens lost 4-1 on aggregate to IK Akranes in the UEFA Cup.
The former Boro Academy and Norton player has only made three league appearances for Synners since signing from Icelandic club IA Akranes in October.