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Guntram

(gŭn`trəm), c.525–592, Frankish king of Burgundy and Orléans (561–92), son of Clotaire I. He intervened in the wars of his relatives in order to maintain the balance of power in the Frankish lands. After the death (575) of his brother King Sigebert I of Austrasia he aided Sigebert's son Childebert II, to whom he eventually left his domains. Supposedly good to his people, he was made a saint of the Roman Catholic Church. Feast: Mar. 28.
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Nationalists may, however, find improbable allies on specific issues, said Guntram Wolff, director of the Brussels-based think tank Bruegel.
"The big thing is that the gains for the extremists were not very substantial," Guntram Wolff, head of the Bruegel economics think-tank in Brussels, told R euters.
The title is believed to refer to an alias used by 007's nemesis Ernst Stavro Blofeld, who calls himself Dr Guntram Shatterhand in the 1964 novel You Only Live Twice.
Blofeld used the alias Dr Guntram Shatterhand in the 1964 novel You Only Live Twice, which follows Bond to Japan where he finds his arch enemy living under that name.
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Terex has announced the appointment of Guntram Jakobs as its new customer support director, for Terex Cranes Mobile Cranes for the Europe, Middle East, Africa and Russia (EMEAR) region.
"When Bush was putting tariffs up, there was always a side communication saying, 'we have to do this for domestic reasons, and it's not going to last forever, we'll take it away soon,'" said Guntram Wolff, the director of Breugel, a Brussels think tank that specializes in economics.
This ignores the fact, highlighted by a recent study by Guntram B.
This ignores the fact, highlighted by a recent study by Guntram B Wolff, that Germany's current-account surplus is the result not of ageing households' frenzied desire to save more, but of underinvestment by businesses seeking to resist wage pressure.
Guntram Wolff of the Bruegel think tank told DW it was right to reduce farming subsidies.
Assim, conhecemos as historias de Ruthild, Jurgen, Hannes, Folker, Helga, Barbara, Guntram, Marie e tantas outras "criancas de Hitler".
Guntram Wolff of Brussels think tank Bruegel said, "That a member of the ECB's Governing Council has been implicated in doing these alleged things looks very bad.