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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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Strelitz cautioned that the research does not indicate that lifestyle changes could replace medications taken by diabetics to treat or prevent CVD.
Speaking to the wider literature on youth media consumption in Africa, we presented evidence that students in Kenya and South Africa are critical consumers of global media texts and, as Strelitz (2004) suggested, "speak back" to dominant global discourses.
William 4 1830-1837 The Sailor King, Silly Billy House of Hanover Parents: George 3 and Charlotte of Mecklenburg Strelitz Authority: King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain, and Ireland, Canada and 4 Australian colonies, and South Australia, Most of the West Indies, Parts of India, Ceylon, and other islands, Malta, Gibraltar, Ionian Islands, 4 West African colonies, 2 South African colonies, King of Hanover Married: Princess Adelaide of Saxe- Meiningen Children: 2 daughters, did not survive infancy, 10 illegitimate children by his mistress actress Mrs Dorothea Jordan Buried: Windsor Castle
Pordes Bowers, A., Strelitz, J., Allen, J., & Donkin, A.
(2) Department of Internal Medicine, Strelitz Diabetes Center, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA, USA
Strelitz brings over 30 years of financial industry experience including consumer and private banking, trust, investment management and real estate advisory services.
Randi Strelitz, executive vice president, loved a leather bag from Moore & Giles, which led to an exclusive sofa line.
Asheshov, I.N., Strelitz, F., Hall, E.A., Hon, H., 1954.
Strelitz Diabetes Center for Endocrine and Metabolic Disorders
STRELITZ, 2011, << Enquete sur la popularite du tabloid zimbabween uMthunywa >>, Afrique contemporaine, 240 : 61-76.