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Berne,

Switzerland: see BernBern
or Berne
, canton (1990 pop. 937,365), 2,658 sq mi (6,883 sq km), W central Switzerland. The second most populous and second largest canton of the country, Bern comprises three sections—the Bernese Alps, or Oberland [Ger.
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Bern, Switzerland (SANA) -- Ambassador Lamiaa Shakkour presented on Saturday to the Swiss Federal Council her credentials as non-resident Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Swiss Federation.
The intruder was saved after police shot the bear at the Bear Park in Bern, Switzerland.
CITATION: Associated Press (online), Bern, Switzerland, Tuesday, November 17, 2009 (Bdlz Bruppacher, Associated Press Writer).
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Finnish engineering and consulting company Jaakko Poyry Group Oyj said on Monday (12 September) that its subsidiary Electrowatt-Ekono AG had been awarded two contracts for engineering services in waste-to-energy plant replacement investment projects in the cities of Winterthur and Bern, Switzerland.
The 7th International Cham Paper Group Symposium for the Flexible Packaging Industry will take place September 8-9 in Bern, Switzerland.
By 1905, he was biding his time as a clerk examining patent applications in Bern, Switzerland, and during his spare hours, he wrote the papers that would later earn him his fame.
A year at the Conservatory in Bern, Switzerland, provided fresh ideas and stimulus, but the 'inner emptiness' did not go away.