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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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Address : Gemeinde Langeneketelswarf 1Hallig Langene25863germanycontact Person: Stadtbauamt Husum
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.
Exhibitors expressed their satisfaction with the most recent HUSUM WindEnergy, which as of now is again presenting itself on the international wind trade fair market under its official brand name "HUSUM Wind".
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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.
Thirty component manufacturers from the region will be travelling to the highly-prestigious Husum Wind Trade Fair in Germany on September 23-29.
The site was a two-hour drive north of Hamburg, a few miles from Husum, the birthplace and boyhood home of Prof.
Storm practiced law in Husum until 1853, when his opposition to Danish authority in Schleswig forced him to move to Potsdam.
They announced the formation of the global Wind Marketing Alliance today during the HUSUM WindEnergy Trade Fair and Congress in Husum, Germany.
Major organization : BUNDESWEHR-DIENSTLEISTUNGSZENTRUM HUSUM
BV Energi, headquartered in Husum, Norway, produces biodiesel from rapeseed oil.
HUSUM, Germany -- Continuing to expand its capabilities to serve the growing and diverse needs of the global wind industry, GE (NYSE:GE) announced today at Husum Wind Energy 2010 that it is introducing new members to its family of 2.