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Emden

an upright, white goose with orange beak and legs, blue eyes.
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More than 5,000 probes will also be connected to the 4 DeLclima high efficiency TECS2-W/H 1053 chillers that will grant the best air conditioning in the new bodywork production plant in Emden.
While the gas plants at Emden and Dornum function independently, personnel work across both sites and the operation centres at each site need to be able to maintain and control both plants.
Van Emden has interviewed 270-plus veterans and his painstaking research shows in Tommy's Ark.
Nietzsche's ideas about language (rather than his use of language) is a central topic in the first of two books by Christian Emden, Nietzsche on Language, Consciousness and the Body.
Having established a Lasco's approach to church discipline, Becker looks closely at how his ideas and ideals were carried forward in Emden and London.
Van Emden recounts the men's desperate tales of bombardment, trench life and gas attacks and evokes the myriad of emotions that were sparked by the call to go "over the top".
Through an analysis of four occasions on which Mendelssohn expressed his opinion on the subject of non-Jews--the Lavater Affair, the Emden correspondence, the Biur, and Jerusalem--this essay attempts to answer these complex questions.
The German Navy's latest frigate is the third-in-class Hessen, which was recently christened at the Nordseewerke in Emden.
A total of 2,900 military vehicles has already been despatched, with the same number again being loaded and shipped out from Emden, on the north coast of Germany, during the next 10 days.
Poor Relief and Protestantism: The Evolution of Social Welfare in Sixteenth-Century Emden.
Emden left on a short but eventful rampage which would have done credit to a modern Francis Drake.
Wolfgang van Emden, British Rencesvals Publications 1 (Edinburgh: Societe Rencesvals British Branch, 1996).