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(vĭn`dĭsh), town, Aargau canton, N Switzerland, on the Reuss River near its confluence with the Aare. Textiles and cables are made there. Originally a Helvetian settlement, it later became a Roman camp called Vindonissa. A Roman amphitheater, which accommodated over 10,000 spectators, has been excavated. Nearby are the remains of the once powerful monastery of Königsfelden, erected in 1310 on the site where Holy Roman Emperor Albert I had been murdered. The monastery church is a splendid example of Swiss Gothic architecture, with fine stained glass.
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Janet Drobits Windisch will run an introduction to polymer science course with special emphasis on the cosmetic industry.
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th] International Conference on Alzheimer's and Parkinson's Disease, co-organized by Abraham Fisher, Roger Nitsch and Manfred Windisch, is a landmark event bringing together over 3,000, neuroscientists, pharmacologists and clinicians to study the hot topics, similarities and differences and scientific breakthroughs associated with Alzheimer's Disease, Parkinson's Disease and related neurological disorders, and to evaluate advances that might ameliorate many of these diseases.
The Czech Republic team of Veronika Vitkova, Gabriela Soukalova, Jaroslav Soukup and Ondrej Moravec took silver, while Italians Dorothea Wierer, Karin Oberhofer, Dominik Windisch and Lukas Hofer claimed bronze.
Islamic education in secular societies; in cooperation with Sedef Sertkan and Zsofia Windisch.
On September 1, Thomas Windisch bauer (second right) will assume one of the executive management team positions, and Daniel Rogger (second left) will assume the other on December 1.
Alongside young companies and startups, industrial and service operations--with their research, development and assembly areas or small-scale production sites--also find generous and attractive spatial offerings with modern communication facilities in the newly erected infrastructure on the Kunzareal premises in Windisch.
As the draft ended in 1978, the Army could not sustain an all-volunteer force solely with male recruits, according to Windisch, so women became more important.
Windisch, an EFO and CFO, teamed with Crosby (no affiliation listed) to edit these articles on implementing EMS services into existing services, using contributions from several fire chiefs and emergency response coordinators who were able to achieve seamless transitions in their own departments.
Our forecasts indicate that building permits in this region should increase roughly five per cent," said Johann Windisch, Wienerberger board member with responsibility for Central-East Europe and North America.
Using the shredder allows us to more rapidly address the increasing demand for responsible, domestic electronics recovery and recycling," Director of Operations James Windisch says.