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ringhals:

see cobracobra,
name for African and Asian snakes of the family Elapidae that are equipped with inflatable neck hoods. The family also includes the African mambas, the Asian kraits, the New World coral snakes and a large number of Australian snakes.
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In a 1 December letter to the government, the Swedish Radiation Safety Authority (Stralsakerhetsmyndigheten, or SSM) said decisions by OKG and Ringhals AB earlier this year to close the units early has "affected the financing of future nuclear decommissioning".
Ringhals Nuclear Power Plant is located 60 kilometers south of Gothenburg (Goteborg), Sweden's second-largest industrial city.
Consulting group Sweco (STO:SWECA)(Pink Sheets:SWDBF) said today that it has been awarded a major contract to modernise the electric power systems at the Ringhals nuclear power plant.
Four reactors are at Ringhals, which is controlled by energy companies Vattenfall and E.ON.
On Wednesday, sniffer dogs helped authorities to discover an explosive substance attached to a truck that was entering Ringhals Nuclear Power Plant in Sweden.
Completely entranced by the plants, he moved in for a closer look, not noticing a deadly 4 1/2-foot ringhals cobra, coiled to strike.
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Summary: Siemens Energy has received an order to upgrade the six low-pressure turbines in Unit 1 of Ringhals nuclear power plant in Sweden.
Karnteknik, set up by Lars Olov Hoglund, a former employee of the Swedish state nuclear operator Vattenfalls, is locked in legal dispute with Ringhals and other nuclear operators over a technique that he lays claim to.
Out on a promentory on the Halland coast Ringhals from hals neck has become Ring-shall in Suffolk.