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, Eng. Coblenz, city (1994 pop. 109,810), Rhineland-Palatinate, W Germany, at the confluence of the Rhine and the Moselle (Ger. Mosel ) rivers.
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Koblenz

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a city in W central Germany, in the Rhineland-Palatinate at the confluence of the Rivers Moselle and Rhine: ruled by the archbishop-electors of Trier from 1018 until occupied by the French in 1794; passed to Prussia in 1815, becoming capital of the Rhine Province (1824--1945) and of the Rhineland-Palatinate (1946--50); wine trade centre. Pop.: 107 608 (2003 est.)
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His cousin, Julius Binda on Monday told Nampa Khairabeb was not ill and he died suddenly while seated in a chair at Coblenz on 21 July.
A sergeant of the 39th Infantry Regiment wrote to his father, "I will not mention the fourteen days hike from the Argonne woods to Coblenz, making anywhere from twenty to fifty four kilometers a day with full field equipment.
Mallory's father, military man John Kane, inspires her to exact a brutal and bloody revenge but there are powerful men working against his daughter, including the well-connected Coblenz.
Marlene Dance UE received certificates on behalf of her husband, Wayne Dance UE, daughter, Corene Dance UE, and grandson, Alex Merritt Dance Coblenz UE, all in the name of Loyalist ancestor, Joseph Merritt UE.
Away!" and the William Tell Overture thundered on the soundtrack, the audience went absolutely crazy, recalls producer Walter Coblenz.
Fortune faite (The Fortune Made) and La fontaine de jouvence are stories bearing such inscriptions as 'Coblenz: 'Roseau' (or the date in Les verres fumes (The Dark Glasses) 'a boire,' 'a manger' (to drink, to eat) as in Fortune faite.
Mallory's father, military man John Kane (Bill Paxton), inspires his daughter to exact a brutal revenge but there are powerful men working against Mallory including the well-connected Coblenz (Michael Douglas).
Mallory's father, military man John Kane (Bill Paxton), inspires her to exact a brutal and bloody revenge but there are powerful men working against his daughter including the well-connected Coblenz (Michael Douglas).
They're sent on black ops missions by the US government's Coblenz (Douglas), like rescuing a Chinese journalist held hostage by terrorists in Barcelona, along with Banderas and Tatum.
Carona is the star of the show, with decent support from Fassbender, and McGregor as Mallory's handler Kenneth who's clearly out of his depth when it comes to the physical stuff, while Banderas plays the oily Rodrigo who sends her to Dublin and Douglas the powerful figurehead Coblenz.
They are sent on black ops missions by US government executive Coblenz (Michael Douglas), one of which involves her rescuing a Chinese journalist held hostage by terrorists in Barcelona, along with colleagues Antonio Banderas and Channing Tatum.
Archive in Coblenz. (38) Additionally, the German Foreign Office