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Husum

(ho͞o`zo͝om), city (1994 pop. 21,280), Schleswig-Holstein, NW Germany, a port on the North Sea. It is a fishing center and major cattle market. First mentioned in the 13th cent., Husum was chartered at the beginning of the 17th cent. and soon became a prosperous commercial city, but it later declined. Many fine patrician houses remain. The 19th-century poet and novelist Theodor Storm was born in Husum and is buried there.
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In addition, the operating result for Q4 2018 is weakened by late November 2018 production disruptions caused by a machinery breakdown at the Husum pulp mill in Sweden.
She identified herself as one of Peter's granddaughters, mentioned the fact that he was born in Husum, a small town in northern Germany, and not only listed the names of his parents, but also gave their exact address.
This is a record in the 23-year history of the wind trade fair in Husum. 60% of the 58,000 m2 exhibition site has already been sold for the 2014 trade fair.
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Storm practiced law in Husum until 1853, when his opposition to Danish authority in Schleswig forced him to move to Potsdam.
Swedish process industry consultant Eurocon Consulting AB said on Thursday (22 January) that it has received a contract extension and expansion from the Finnish forest industry group M-real Corporation's (OMX Helsinki:MRLAV) (OMX Helsinki:MRLBV) facility in Husum, Sweden.
BV Energi, headquartered in Husum, Norway, produces biodiesel from rapeseed oil.