Neuwied


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Neuwied

(noi`vēt'), city (1994 pop. 65,047), Rhineland-Palatinate, W Germany, a port at the confluence of the Rhine and Wied rivers. Manufactures of this industrial city include building materials, machinery, electronic equipment, and chemicals. Neuwied developed around a palace begun by Count Frederick III of Wied in 1648. There are Roman ruins nearby.
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Contract notice: Recycling of organic waste from the district of neuwied.
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7) Monrepos Archaeological Research Centre and Museum for Human Behavioural Evolution (RGZM), Schloss Monrepos 56567, Neuwied, Germany (Email: smith@rgzm.
The Coventry southpaw knocked out Ghanaian John Akulugu in six rounds in Neuwied.
ThyssenKrupp, Germany's biggest steelmaker, plans to cut 3,000 administrative jobs over three years and this month said it'll shut two plants at Neuwied.
Strukturwandel der Offentlichkeit: Untersuchungen zu einer Kategorie der burgerlichen Gesellschaft [The structural transformation of the public sphere: An inquiry into a category of Bourgeois society], Neuwied, Luchterhand.
The adams & weber GmbH company, an experienced IT-system house in the Rhine-Mosel region, collaborated with Ekahau, the worldwide leader in Real-Time Location Systems (RTLS), to install a WLAN-based locating and emergency call system at Josef-Ecker-Stift, a senior-citizens home and nursing facility in Neuwied, Germany.
An ardent naturalist and ethnographer, Prince Maximilian (1782-1867) of Neuwied, Germany, travelled into the North American interior in 1833, keeping a detailed journal that is now in the Joslyn Art Museum in Omaha, Nebraska.
was amusing to read a Prince from the German town of Neuwied, on the Rhine, would be King Carl I of England had the new succession laws been around in Queen Anne's time (Mirror, October 31).
If the succession law had not been introduced in 1701, the country would now be ruled by King Carl, a 50-year-old pastor in the German town of Neuwied.