Frederikshavn


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Frederikshavn

(frĭth`rĭks-houn), city (1992 pop. 24,930), Nordjylland co., N Denmark, a port on the Kattegat; chartered 1818. It is a commercial and industrial center, with ferry services, shipyards, engineering works, and a food processing industry.
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"She'll be bound for Frederikshavn or one of the Glacier sanatoriums for a month.
Major organization : FREDERIKSHAVN KOMMUNE (29189498)
The Scot is thought to be working abroad as a sailor and was in the north-east harbour town of Frederikshavn when he was among a group of Scots who, according to locals became caught up in an early morning disturbance.
Earlier this month, bunker supplier Stena Oil said it will lease and operate a planned new oil products terminal at Frederikshavn, Denmark, from the fourth quarter.
BUILT in 1934 at Frederikshavn Shipyard, Denmark, the ship is a fully rigged vessel with a permanent crew of 10.
Built in Frederikshavn, Denmark, in 1929, Phoenix was originally used as an evangelical Mission Schooner.
In June 1918, he "singlehanded, and after a fight lasting nearly an hour, brought down seaplane 1796 out of Frederikshavn" on the north-east coast of the Jutland peninsula.
In June 1918, he "single-handed, and after a fight lasting nearly an hour, brought down seaplane 1796 out of Frederikshavn" on the north-east coast of the Jutland peninsula.
This supervisory board also consists of Per Nikolaj Bukh, Professor, Risskov; Kaj Christiansen, managing director, Frederikshavn and John Sorensen, agency director, Saeby.
A case finding study was conducted in eight municipalities (Esbjerg, Frederikshavn, Billund, Jammerbugt, Struer, Gribskov, Solrod, and Vordingborg) covering in total 8% (430,000 citizens) of the Danish population and with a geographical spread throughout Denmark.
And head coach Danny Stewart is convinced that the new recruit, who chalked up 25 goals and 27 assists for top Danish side Frederikshavn White Hawks last term, will be a major asset.
Ferry operator Stena Line said its line from Frederikshavn in Denmark to Gothenburg would be affected by the ensuing reparations.