Larvik


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Larvik

(lär`vēk), city (1995 pop. 39,011), Vestfold co., SE Norway, at the head of the Larviksfjord (an arm of the Skagerrak); chartered 1671. It is a shipping and whaling center. Tanum Church, a medieval stone structure, is nearby.
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Larvik Port KF prepares the announcement of competition for operation of the container terminal at the reef, effective from 1 January 2019.
The body was found by Dutch border police and Norwegian authorities suspect it may be a 17-year-old from Larvik in the south of the country, the AFP said.
Project development and construction group Skanska AB (STO:SKAB) announced today the signing of a contract with the Norwegian Road Administration to extend the E18 motorway at Larvik between Bommestad and Sky in Norway.
The suspect's 26-year-old sister, reached in the southern Norwegian town of Larvik, said his family was unaware of any role he may have played in the four-day siege that killed at least 67 people.
An ex-classmate in the southern city of Larvik said: "He openly supported the killing of US troops on foreign battlefields.
Larvik, Norway-based Jotron, established in 1967, provides VHF/UHF radio systems and controllers for the global ATC and coastal communication market.
Worried Skinningrove resident Alan Willis, 45, of Larvik Court, said dogs have been scavenging the rotting waste, along with many rats.
From there, he will head to Larvik in Norway, before taking a coach to Oslo.
A good example is Estonian Cell, where the partners are Larvik Cell Holding (Norway), Heinzel Group (Austria), and the European Bank of Reconstruction and Development.
After a short spell the fleet made its way up to Larvik in Norway to begin the final race which was on to Gothenberg.
And it was a disappointing end to the first game of his second spell at the club for Robert Pell, who returned to Haig Avenue earlier in the week after playing for Norwegian club Larvik.
Born in Larvik, Norway, he became world famous in 1947 for the Kon-Tiki expedition, in which he and five companions sailed a balsa raft across the Pacific from Peru to the Tuamotu Islands, proving that New World mariners from the east could have sailed to Polynesia.