Gorner

Gorner

 

a glacier in Switzerland, the second largest in the Alps. Length, 14 km; area, 64 sq km. It flows from the north slope of the Monte Rosa massif into the valley of the Vispa River (basin of the Rhone). Tourism has been developed.

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Theodule glacier, and fall headlong over precipitous rocks till they lose themselves in the mazes of the Gorner glacier.
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Thus Rudiger Gorner treats "Musik" as ably as is possible within two pages, but that cannot supersede Walter Windisch-Laube's 16-page essay in the earlier Handbuch.
Over the course of the past 12 months, Gateley has appointed a new head of private client and added to its employment team with the appointment of partner Ben Gorner.
1) A few companies are already capturing significant value by systematically pursuing the opportunities that environmental sustainability can create, as a 2011 McKinsey study shows (Bonini and Gorner 2011).
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Particularly due to the resulting rarity of the wildcat a rich literature differing in aim and quality is available on the species (Stefen & Gorner 2009).
Carol Gorner, Gordon Burn's widow, said: "The establishing of the prize is something Gordon wanted to happen and he would be thrilled by how well it has been received.