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Hof

(hōf), city (1994 pop. 52,720), Bavaria, E central Germany, on the Saale River, near the Czech border. The city's industries produce textiles, beer, and machinery. Hof was first mentioned in the early 13th cent. and in 1373 passed to the Hohenzollern burgraviate of Nuremburg. It went to Bavaria in 1810 and was included in Upper FranconiaFranconia
, Ger. Franken, historic region and one of the five basic or stem duchies of medieval Germany, S Germany. The region was included in the Frankish kingdom of Austrasia, becoming in the 9th cent. a duchy and the center of the East Frankish (or East German) kingdom.
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. Fire destroyed most of the city's historical buildings in 1823, but many have since been reconstructed. Among its points of interest are two churches, the Lorenzkirche (11th cent.) and the Michaelskirche (c.1230). From 1945 until German reunification in 1990, Hof was a significant border checkpoint between East and West Germany.

Hof

 

a city in the Federal Republic of Germany, in the Land of Bavaria; situated at the headwaters of the Saale River. Population, 54,800 (1975). Hof is a transportation junction. It has a textile industry that primarily produces wool. The city also manufactures knitwear, hardware, pottery, beer, and machinery.

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In [12], Wang and Snoussi proposed histograms of the orientation of optical flow (HOF) for abnormal events detection.
"We really didn't expect this to work so well; I thought we were going to need up to 10 different sensors," says Hof. Even better, the system works in real time, unlike ELISA.
Villa target Nicky Hofs is in no hurry to put pen to paper on a new contract at Vitesse Arnhem with a number of European clubs reported to be interested in signing him.
(1.) Jakobs BS, Volmer M, Swinkels DW, Hofs MTW, Donkervoort S, Joosting MMJ, et al.
Due to large scale adoption of Bt transgenic cotton lepidopterans like Helicoverpa armigera, Earias spp., and Pectinophora gossypiella are not major problems now (Dhillon et al., 2011) but pressure of sucking insect pests is increasing with the passage of time (Hofs et al., 2004; Sharma and Pampapathy, 2006; Ujjan et al., 2015) so they should be managed properly for a sustained yield (Hilder and Boulter, 1999; Hofs et al., 2006).
(17-81) When described, the histology is typically reported as a solid mass comprised of sheets of atypical and immature plasma cells, which have variably clumpy chromatin, prominent nucleoli, and identifiable perinuclear hofs. * A few reports describe the architecture as infiltrative, most often in association with a sheetlike component.
Resultados semelhantes foram observados em aveia branca (MACHADO & SCHUCH, 2004) e arroz (HOFS et al., 2004), pois a ocorrencia de deficiencia hidrica severa, na fase vegetativa, pode comprometer o rendimento de graos, devido ao menor desenvolvimento vegetativo da planta (MUNDSTOCK & THOMAS, 2005).
And Sef Vergoossen's men eased home after Feyenoord midfielder Nick Hofs was sent packing in 62 minutes.
sobre todo VEHSE, E.: Geschichte des osterreichischen Hofs und Adels und der osterreichischen Diplomatie, Sektion II, vols.
FEYENOORD: Timmer, Tiendalli, Andre Bahia, Greene, Drenthe, Buys, Hofs (De Guzman 77), Lucius, Kolkka (Boussaboun 65), Charisteas, Huysegems.