Neunkirchen


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Neunkirchen

(noin`kĭr'khən), city (1991 pop. 9,123), Lower Austria province, E Austria, on the Schwarza River. The city is a furniture-making center.

Neunkirchen,

city (1994 pop. 51,997), Saarland, SW Germany. Industries include metalworking; coal mining was important until 1968. Neunkirchen was first mentioned in the 13th cent.
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Due to a public-law agreement between the Saarpfalz district and the district Neunkirchen procure the personal equipment / service and protective clothing for the fire brigades of the circles together under the auspices of the Saarpfalz circle.
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Patent 7,410,675 (August 12, 2008), "Transparent, Biaxially Orientated Polyolefinic Film With Improved Bonding Properties," Detlef Busch and Joachim Jung (Trespaphan GmbH, Neunkirchen, Germany).
While RTI's worldwide corporate headquarters and processing facilities will remain in Alachua, an international processing facility will be located in Neunkirchen, Germany, and a distribution office in Boulogne, France.
The company will close its Neunkirchen, Germany plant and transfer portions of the business to the company's plant in Cuijk, The Netherlands.
Europe Group--Neunkirchen Foundry in Neunkirchen, Germany; Porto Foundry in Porto, Portugal; and Ueckermunde Foundry in Ueckermunde, Germany.
OPS (for "online process solutions") started in 1995 in nearby Neunkirchen to build HSM equipment for EDM-electrode cutting and for machining pre-hardened steels, especially in the mold and die industries.
Okocha said: "I remember my first team in Europe, Borussia Neunkirchen, we were in the Fourth Division in Germany and won the championship.
He said: "The only think I won was with a Third Division team in Germany, Borussia Neunkirchen.
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Major Karl Kuhn of the Lower Austrian provincial police said the three had confessed 'in large part' to plans to kill headmaster Rudolf Schwarz and three teachers at their polytechnic school in Neunkirchen, 36 miles south of Vienna.
The Tutoplast process is a chemical sterilization methodology originally developed by Tutogen Medical, GmbH in Neunkirchen, Germany, which merged with RTI in February 2008, to sterilize and preserve tissue for implantation.