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Herning

(hĕr`nĭng), city (1992 pop. 28,919), Ringkøbing co., central Denmark. It is an important manufacturing center with textile mills and machine shops. An annual textiles fair is held there.
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The divestment of the Herning branch, which is located in the central part of the Jutland peninsula, is in line with Morso Bank's strategy to focus on its main markets -- the Danish island of Morso and the northwestern part of the Jutland peninsula -- after the planned merger with local savings bank Morso Sparekasse A/S.
Herning has been general manager at the Peabody in Little Rock since September 2004.
However, after protracted negotiations, it was announced the fight will be at the MCH Messecentre in Herning on April 24.
"Times are tough and I didn't want them to then have to travel hours cross-country to get to Herning.
* Skejby Hospital, Aarhus, Denmark; ([double dagger]) CBS Fungal Biodiversity Center, Utrecht, the Netherlands; ([double dagger]) Herning Hospital, Herning, Denmark; and ([section]) University Medical Centre, Utrecht, the Netherlands
Herning were a faster skating side but could not exploit their advantage as much as they would have liked, with Coventry's defence holding firm.
COWI is analyzing the life cycle of the miljosten manufacturing process and impacts on the indoor and outdoor environment, and expects to publish initial findings in December 2003, possibly on Herning Boligselskab's site (http://www.faellesbo.dk).
GREGG HERNING'S HANDS trembled as he tore into a FedEx package in the executive office lobby on the second floor of The Peabody Little Rock.
Dundee United hit two late goals for victory over First Division Herning Fremad in the final game of their pre-season trip to Denmark.