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Vejle

(vī`lə), city (1992 pop. 46,074), capital of Vejle co., central Denmark, a seaport at the head of the Vejle Fjord. It is a commercial and industrial center and a rail junction. Manufactures include textiles, iron, hardware, canned goods, and leather goods. Of note in Vejle is St. Nicholas Church (13th cent.; restored).
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They too started this season with a defeat, however, losing 3-1 at Vejle and they are 4-1 to upset their illustrious visitors.
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The Danish facilities in Vejle, on the Jutland (Jylland) peninsula, will keep functions such as sales, marketing, product development and specialised production, including solutions for soccer fields and for the melting of ice and snow.
Previous clubs as a coach: Brondby Boldlub (82-85); Brondby IF (86-87, 88-90, 92-93); Benfica (87-88) Vejle (90-91).
VEJLE v VENDSYSSEL 5pm THREE successive wins have lifted Vejle from fifth to second in the Danish first division (the second tier in Denmark's football pyramid) and another victory is on the cards when the Reds host fourth-placed Vendsyssel tonight, writes Dan Childs.
Danish Crown on Thursday also said that it will discontinue its cutting operations in Vejle. The Vejle facility's 40 employees will be offered continued employment at other Danish Crown units.
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