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Hamelin:

see HamelnHameln
, Eng. Hamelin, city (1994 pop. 59,210), Lower Saxony, N central Germany, a port on the Weser River. It is an industrial center and rail junction. Its manufactures include carpets, chemicals, machinery, and food products.
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Even more thanks to both for giving me the privilege of meeting Messrs Hamelin and Manze after the concert.
What started as a trading company in Hamelin, Germany, has today developed into an international Drive and Automation company.
Also, Hamelin will continue to be a member of the board and will also remain Bong's largest shareholder.
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Hamelin is famed for playing wrist-dislocating composers like Alkan but he's also recorded delightful sets of Haydn sonatas.
We didn't see Hamelin at two, but he followed an upward curve in four outings last season, winning a Kempton maiden and a handicap at Leicester on his final two starts.
Leg 1: 3:05 Asc: HAMELIN (2) Leg 2: 3:45 Asc: TELESCOPE (2) Leg 3: 4:15 Ayr: DOCTOR PARKES (2) Leg 4: 4:25 Asc: ALJAMAAHEER (2) Leg 5: 4:50 Ayr: SWAN SONG (1) Leg 6: 5:00 Asc: NINJAGO (2).
Hamelin could not disclose the final destination for their pellets.
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Marc-Andre Hamelin is one of the most original and acclaimed pianists of the current age.