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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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The screenplay is based on a story conceived by Chris Rock and written by Pete Goldfinger and Josh Stolberg. The film will be executive produced by Chris Rock, long-time Saw executive producer Daniel Heffner and the original creators of Saw, James Wan and Leigh Whannell.
The HFF debt and equity placement team included managing directors Claudio Sgobba, based in London, and Christopher Carroll, based in Chicago, and senior directors Robin Stolberg and Kurt Sarbaugh, based in Chicago, along with managing director Matthew Schoenfeldt, a licensed Michigan real estate broker, and managing director Jules Sherwood, a licensed Minnesota real estate broker.
For her part, Stolberg echoed her gratitude for the US as a "major trade partner" and highlighted that the country is number two, after the US in defense spending per capita.
Grunenthal, a pharmaceutical company headquartered in Stolberg, near Aachen in Germany, has agreed to acquire the commercialisation rights for Qutenza in Europe from Astellas Pharma Europe, it was reported yesterday.
"I worked for Perring's Furniture stores, which was run by Abi Stolberg and Louis Rosenblatt, as the 'tea-boy' in the offices, earning PS2/14/7 a week.
Schneider's and Lisa Beesley's essays overlap to some degree: Schneider interprets Kleist's works after the so-called "Kant crisis" as an ongoing search for a post-rational religious identity, while Beesley connects studies on Wieland, Schiller, and Kleist in the light of the infamous conversion of Friedrich Leopold Grafzu Stolberg. In Wieland's essay on Stolberg of 1788--an essay that plays a crucial role in Claire Baldwin's interpretation of Wieland's ideal of religious tolerance earlier in the volume--she detects allusions to Immanuel Kant, while Stolberg becomes a practical case study for the exploration of the ideal of religious tolerance within the confessional boundaries of its defenders.
"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. "Qualities of leadership, enterprise, creativity and innovation provide the fertile ground necessary for Worcester and Central Massachusetts to thrive.''
That, according to Rebecca Stolberg, RDH, BS, MSDH, professor and department chair, Dental Hygiene Program, Eastern Washington University (EWU), is the reality of the future.
McNamara struck with debutant Stolberg to win a competitive bumper on day two of the Harvest Festival.
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.
Romantic feminist Louise Stolberg adopted the epistolary genre as a method of reporting on the Italian Revolution and the specter of tyranny.
18 August 2011 - Swiss x-ray, e-beam, vacuum and RF technologies specialist Comet AG said today it had agreed to take over German RF and VHF generators maker Stolberg HF-Technik AG for EUR5.3m (USD7.6m).