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Strelitz:

see NeustrelitzNeustrelitz
, city (1994 pop. 25,194), Mecklenburg–West Pomerania, N Germany. It is a transportation center and has metalworks, publishing houses, and wood mills. Neustrelitz was founded (1733) as the capital of Mecklenburg-Strelitz after the earlier ducal residence at
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, Germany.
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This was a time of turmoil in Germany, marked by the wars of Frederick the Great (and by persistent designs on Strelitz by the Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin), and the princess sought and obtained the protection of her kinsman George II, King of England and Elector of Hanover, for her son's precarious realm.
Strelitz and Black reiterated that throughout the past several years, copper scrap markets have been swinging sharply as Chinese buyers have sent out mixed signals about whether they are coming into the market in a significant way.
The book begins with a short introduction where Professor Strelitz talks about his own awakening to global media through the music of the 1970s and international short-wave radio and his the identification of himself as being in tune with the counter-culture movements of the United States.
Strelitz Diabetes Institutes, Department of Internal Medicine, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, Va (MEB, JU, HKP, CBD, CAGW, AIV); Department of Health, Physical Education and Exercise Science, Norfolk State University, Norfolk, Va (SAW)
director of the Strelitz Diabetes Research Institutes and professor of medicine, both at Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk.
Hemel were back in the driving seat at 20-12 on 37 minutes when Anthony Strelitz scored wide out left, then Callum Irving crossed after a one-two with Ben Wykman.
These studies are alarming because, left untreated, diabetic neuropathy always progresses," points out Aaron Vinik, director of the Strelitz Diabetes Research Institute.
12) For example, it is currently being used by the Eastern Virginia Medical School Strelitz Diabetes Institute in Norfolk, Virginia, to measure sensory dysfunction in patients with diabetes.
In effect, though the time men spend in caregiving has increased in households where mothers work, the time has not gone up proportionately to the time mothers have to spend on noncaregiving duties--what is referred to as a psychosocial lag (Rappaport, Rappaport, & Strelitz, 1977).
He'd studied composition in Lausanne with Kurt Weill, been a choral and opera conductor in Aachen, Strelitz, Vienna, and Paris, then was Bruno Walter's assistant in Berlin, where, in December 1932, Walter had tipped him off to what he'd failed to comprehend even after, at Salle Pleyel, he'd heard `Vive Hitler
Meanwhile, branches have been opened in Berlin, Triptis, Kamenz, Rostock, Schwerin, Magdeburg, Halle and Neu Strelitz.