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Güstrow

 

a city in the German Democratic Republic, in the district of Schwerin; situated on the Nebel River. Population, 37,300 (1969). It has a railroad station and is at the head of navigation on the Nebel. Industries include food (chiefly sugar), woodworking, sewn goods, and machine building. Peat is extracted in the vicinity of Güstrow.

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The three events take place at Pardubice, Straslund and Krakow, offering places for the three-round Final series at Lublin, Gustrow and back at Pardubice, which would see him rubbing shoulders with the likes of Lambert and Polish hotshots Bartosz Smektala and Maksym Drabik.
It is likely that Frederick was then sent to Gustrow Camp, near Rostock, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, as he died in Rostock, on 23rd October 1918, aged 27.
Meanwhile, over in Gustrow, Germany, Lambert finished runner-up in the second (of three) Under-21 Finals and is among five riders in with a chance of lifting the crown.
The Diamonds have to go to Derwent Park with one major change as team manager George English explains: "Robert Lambert won't be in Cumbria on Saturday as he has a World Under-21 Championship Final round to race in Gustrow in Germany, and whilst the event was yesterday he has to stay for one day afterwards as well, meaning he's not available.
Unfortunately, after an aborted comeback at Gustrow in his homeland two weeks ago, Busch is returning to thank those who have stuck by him and discuss his future, as the 29-year old from Stralsund is now contemplating undergoing surgery to help mend torn ligaments.
Contract notice: Management of the leisure bath "oase gustrow" and presentation manager.
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Gustrow.--Bodendenkmalpflege in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, 48, Jahrbuch 2000, 31-103.