Ravensburg

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Ravensburg

(rä`vənsbo͝orkh), city (1994 pop. 47,099), Baden-Württemberg, S Germany. Its manufactures include machinery, paper, textiles, and wood products. Ravensburg was founded in the late 11th cent. under the protection of the Guelphs. The ruins of the Guelphic ancestral castle are nearby. It became a free imperial city in the 13th cent. and was a flourishing commercial center in the 15th and 16th cent. The city passed to Württemberg in 1810. It has retained much of the appearance of a medieval town.
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Ravensburg, Germany, Dhu-AlQa'dah 29, 1437, Sep 1, 2016, SPA -- Three people are "probably dead" after a propeller-driven plane crashed in southern Germany, a police spokesman said Thursday.
The turbine was manufactured in Ravensburg, Germany.
Rhondda Cynon Taf Council used its Jaguar XF to take the mayor and consort to and from an awards ceremony and fish supper in Brighton, and to and from Stansted Airport, so that the mayor could attend a festival in Ravensburg, Germany, which is twinned with Pontypridd.
At the rigid packaging plant in Ravensburg, Germany, a directive to increase output of its core product prompted a revolutionary process development, says Eric Chavent, group commercial director at Ravensburg.
Wolfgang Paulus, an obstetrician-gynecologist and director of the Institute of Reproductive Toxicology at the University of Ulm, Ravensburg, Germany.
Johannes Rosche of the University of Ulm, Ravensburg, Germany, and associates (J.
Viel told a court in Ravensburg, Germany, that he didn't do it.
At its facilities in Chicago and Ravensburg, Germany, Vetter Development Service provides clinical drug development services, including pharmaceutical analysis, process development, and clinical trial supply.
KG's New Facility Ravensburg Vetter South (RVS) is located in Ravensburg, Germany.
has been merged into a new joint venture with Buss Compounding Systems of Pratteln, Switzerland, and Waeschle Maschinenfabrik GmbH of Ravensburg, Germany.
Claudia Roth, formerly in this role, will return to the company's headquarters in Ravensburg, Germany, where she will head up the newly created "Innovation" department.