Schwäbisch Hall

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Schwäbisch Hall

(shvĕb`ĭsh häl) or

Hall,

city (1994 pop. 33,892), Baden-Württemberg, S Germany, on the Kocher River. It is a rail junction and has manufactures in building materials, textiles, and electrical goods. The city is also a popular tourist center and, because of its saline baths, a health resort. Chartered in the 12th cent., Schwäbisch Hall was a free imperial city until 1803 and ruled considerable surrounding territory. Noteworthy buildings include the baroque city hall (1728–35) and St. Michael's Church (15th cent.). Nearby is Comburg, a former fortified Benedictine abbey (founded 1075; now a teachers college).
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For the producer, even the smallest amount of "giveaway" coffee per single-serve unit often means hundreds of thousands of dollars when accumulated to annual production volumes," said Michael Erb, sales director single-serve solutions at OPTIMA consumer GmbH, Schwabisch Hall, Germany.
OPTIMA nonwovens GmbH is a member of the OPTIMA packaging group GmbH with headquarters in Schwabisch Hall.
This includes the local cooperative banks (Volksbanken and Raiffeisenbanken), Sparda banks, PSD banks, church cooperative banks, the cooperative central institutions DZ BANK and WGZ BANK, cooperative mortgage banks, and other specialized institutions in the cooperative financial network, such as the building society Bausparkasse Schwabisch Hall and individual Union Investment companies.
Moreover, the Eritrean community members in the German town of Schwabisch Hall and its environs donated 3,000 Euros.
Mit Selbstkritik beginnt Andreas Traub seinen Beitrag zum ersten, von ihm edierten Band der "Denkmaler der Musik in Baden-Wurttemberg": Da die vom Jubilar herausgegebenen, verdienstvollen "Denkmaler" anfangs rasch zu vorzeigbaren Ergebnissen fuhren mussten, sei dieser dem in Schwabisch Hall wirkenden Organisten Johann Samuel Welter gewidmete Band unausgewogen, einige Quellen waren wissenschaftlich nicht ausreichend erschlossen gewesen.
Following a tour of the IST METZ manufacturing facility, attendees traveled to Schwabisch Hall for a chance to see on press application of the MBS-6 at Oscar Mahl GmbH & Co.
He also briefly taught at Columbia University in New York, as well as at the Goethe Institute in Schwabisch Hall, West Germany.
7pm American football, German Bowl, Schwabisch Hall Unicorns vs Kiel Baltic Hurricanes (Eurosport2)
It will join the Furstenberg collection of German Old Master paintings and sculpture similarly acquired as a philanthropic gesture by Mr Wurth in 2003, on display in a former medieval church in the city of Schwabisch Hall.
From Schwabisch Hall in Baden-Wurttemberg to the Folger Library in Washington DC, from Tokyo to London, architects have built what they claim as authentic environments for the production of Early Modern drama--all different.
WADDINXVEEN, The Netherlands, August 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Exactly 40 years after Woodstock, a "Rock for Nature" rock concert will be held in the Schwabisch Hall in Germany from August 22 through 24.
Chapter 4 then describes how Brenz put his theoretical understanding into practice in the memoranda, recommendations, and church ordinances that he wrote over the first part of his career, starting with those intended for his home church of Schwabisch Hall in the 1520s and reaching their pinnacle in the series of ordinances issued for the Duchy of Wurttemberg in the 1550s.