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Stolberg

(shtôl`bĕrkh'), city (1994 pop. 58,028), North Rhine–Westphalia, W Germany; chartered 1856. It is a center of the German brass industry, which was started (c.1600) there by Protestant settlers from nearby Aachen. Other manufactures include chemicals, glass, textiles, soap, furniture, and beer.
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Public works concession: Sale of urban land (patches) on the liester, 52223 stolberg, construction and rental of a senior care facility.
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By shining a light on today's visionaries, we celebrate the qualities necessary to create a culture of excellence,'' said the association's outgoing president, Joseph Stolberg.
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Instead, we have been silent and we are very sorry for that," said chief executive Harald Stock in an apology issued through the company website to coincide with the unveiling of a special thalidomide memorial in Stolberg, Germany.
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The New York Times assigned to the story a campaign-trail reporter, Sheryl Gay Stolberg, whose political perceptions are bland and whose knowledge of Israeli-American relations is an antiseptic zero.
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