Varnsdorf


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Varnsdorf

(värns`dôrf), Ger. Warnsdorf, city (1991 pop. 16,266), N Czech Republic, in Bohemia, on the German border. It is a railway junction and a textile manufacturing center. The village was known in the 14th cent.; the city was founded in 1849 through the union of six settlements.
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An intoxicated Dale was in the Airdrie home on Varnsdorf Way in August this year when he lost his temper.
The Dubai-based distributor of Dugard is demonstrating CNC (computerised numerical control) machines produced by TOS Varnsdorf for application in industries like oil and gas, automotive, defence and general metal fabrication.
The marches were staged in Novy Bor, Varnsdorf and Rumburk and saw more than 600 police deployed to help prevent clashes as protesters marched on Roma neighbourhoods.
In 1891 he started production in Varnsdorf and expanded it substantially.
Since the factory reorganization in Germany, machines have been redesigned for modular construction and include table-type and floor-type HBMs that compete with offerings from a variety of builders including Giddings & Lewis, Toshiba, Ikegai, Nomura, Kuraki, Skoda, Tos Varnsdorf and others.
Shocked neighbours dialled 999 after watching helpless as he lay writhing on the ground outside his mother's home in Varnsdorf Way, Airdrie, Lanarkshire.
It is believed Jason filled a Lucozade bottle with petrol before torching himself in Varnsdorf Way, Airdrie, in the early hours of yesterday.
Arko Varnsdorf is a small factory with old equipment which produces only 800 tons of coffee.
for HBMs and machining centers from TOS Varnsdorf A.S.