Kristinehamn


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Kristinehamn

(krĭ'stĭnəhä`mən), city (1990 pop. 19,340), Värmland co., S central Sweden, a port on Lake Vänern. The city was first chartered in 1582 as Bro. It was rechartered in 1642 by Queen Christina and renamed Kristinehamn. Its main products are iron and wood.
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This sale transaction covers all the shares in the project company that hold the project rights for the wind farm located in the municipalities of Kristinehamn and Degerfors.
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The authors wish to thank the psychiatric outpatient clinics of Arvika, Karlstad, Mora, and the psychiatric clinic at the Falkoping Hospital, as well as the social work services in Arvika, Forshaga, Karlstad, Kristinehamn, and Rattvik.
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Born in Kristinehamn, Sweden, he was the son of the late Carl and Maria (Karlsson) Friberg.
They also equipped the Smyge with a quiet propulsion system consisting of two water jets made by KaMe Wa Group of Kristinehamn, Sweden.
a recent study it was claimed that the nonrationed communities in 1985 included Stockholm, Lidingo, Kristinehamn, and Umea (Landsorganisation 1988).
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