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Tønsberg

(töns`bĕr), city (1995 pop. 32,975), capital of Vestfold co., SE Norway, a port on the Skagerrak near the mouth of the Oslofjord. It is a shipping center and has industries that manufacture forest products, processed food, leather, and silverware. Tønsberg was founded c.870 and is the oldest city of Norway.
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During Round 2 in Tonsberg, Norway, Victory Team's Al Mansoori ended in the 13th place in a race that was won by Germany's Stefan Hagin ahead of Team Abu Dhabi's Rashid Al Qamzi and Portugal's Duarte Benavente.
Summary: Al Qamzi finishes second; Al Tayer fifth in Grand Prix of Norway in Tonsberg
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Pybus, 20, has since joined Norwegian club FK Tonsberg, which has not come as a surprise to Spartans' manager Alun Armstrong.
Starting as the lone driver at the season-opening Grand Prix of Lithuania in Kaunas, Al Mansoori was dogged by bad luck and went pointless again at the Grand Prix of Norway - the third round of the championship held in Tonsberg last month.
The authors would like to thank physicians at the Department of Ophthalmology at Tonsberg Hospital (Vestfold Hospital Trust) for providing with follow-up details of the patient.
(AN photo) TONSBERG, Norway: Team Abu Dhabi's Rashed Al-Qemzi and Mohammed Al-Mehairbi are heading to Tonsberg - the oldest city in Norway - this week to prepare for the renowned TE[sup.1]nsberg BENtrace, Sunday's third round of the 2017 UIM F2 World Championship.
The practice has been inspired by the Grassmarket area in Edinburgh and Tonsberg in Norway, zones where rich history has played a part in creating exciting areas for tourists and residents alike.
Swedish property company Hemfosa Fastigheter AB (STO:HEMF) on Wednesday announced the acquisition of the Statens Park area in the Municipality of Tonsberg, south of Oslo.
Knut Tore Abrahamsen (Tonsberg og Notteroy bibliotek)