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Ham·bur·ger

(hahm'būr-gĕr),
Hartog J., Dutch physiologist, 1859-1924. See: Hamburger phenomenon.
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An insider's view of this--one Hamburg would have been well-equipped to offer--would have made for a fascinating, useful book.
This fascinating tit-bit is revealed in the first ever guide-book and history of the heady Hamburg days of the Beatles and other bands from the Mersey sound era, published in German and English this month.
The works in the project's second half, "The map is not the territory," dealt directly with the supposed territory of Hamburg.
Hamburg Business Development Corporation (HWF) Managing Director Uwe Jens Neumann: "Hamburg's commercial property market will keep its momentum through 2011, and we are ready to whet international investors' appetites even more.
The majority of tourists in Hamburg come for leisure and business purposes.
The discussions on the purchase follow a public referendum in Hamburg on the matter, which has held in September 2013.
Emirates airline is quality and its pricing scheme is very competitive, so business and leisure passengers from Hamburg benefit from this situation," he said responding to a question on benefits to German passengers.
The project consists of the Hamburg Tourism GmbH (HHT), representatives of the high-class hotel sector, the municipal Authority of Economic Affairs and Employment, the promotion pool of the hotel sector in Hamburg, the Hamburg Airport and the Tourism Marketing Association Niedersachsen GmbH.
And while Hamburg describes its port as 'Gateway to the World', visitors are more likely nowadays to arrive at Fuhlsbuttel Airport terminals 1 and 2 (1993 and 2005).
I FIRST GLIMPSE ELIZABETH LOSCAVIO IN THE FOKINE STUDIO OF THE HAMBURG BALLET CENTER IN THE MIDST of a late-afternoon rehearsal for the pas de deux from Le Corsaire.
LANCASTER - Don't expect JetHawks manager Mark Parent and California League umpire Chris Hamburg to add each other to their respective Christmas lists.
As a movie about the Beatles in Hamburg in the very early '60s, this is perfectly adequate.