Saxonian

Saxonian

[sak′sō·nē·ən]
(geology)
A European stage of geologic time in the Middle Permian, above the Autonian and below the Thuringian.
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Contract notice: delivery of copy paper for the saxonian ministry of justice
Crystallographic and chemical variations during pyritization in the upper Barremian and lower Aptian dark claystones from the Lower Saxonian Basin (NW Germany): Sedimentology, 37, pp.
The platform rocks are, except for flexures or folds of a large wavelength, mostly brittle deformed only near the major fault lines that were rejuvenated during the stage known as Saxonian orogeny.
Swen Steinberg is a Research Fellow in Saxonian history at the Technical University Dresden.
Effciency of blue mussel (Mytilus edulis) spat collectors in highly dynamic tidal environments of the Lower Saxonian coast (southern North Sea).
Olaf Lies, Lower Saxonian Minister for Economic and Labour Affairs and Transportation, as well as senior representatives of private sector businesses such as Rhenus SE, Kuhne+Nagel AG, Lufthansa Cargo AG, DSV A/S AG, Hellmann GmbH and Dachser Group SE.
Berg was director of the Saxonian forestry academy in Tharandt and travelled through Finland on behalf of the Finnish forestry administration in 1858 in order to deliver suggestions on how to improve forestry administration.
Therefore the ECJ ruled that the Directive in question did not allow stipulating adherence to employment conditions (including wages) that go beyond universally binding mandatory rules and therefore declared the stipulation made in the Lower Saxonian law not conforming with EU law.
published on behalf of the Saxonian Academy of Sciences.
His photograph was used in a famous ad campaign to promote the Sachsische Zeitung, the Saxonian newspaper.