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Han·no·ver

(han'ō-vĕr),
Adolph, Danish anatomist, 1814-1894. See: Hannover canal.
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In addition to this formal annual review of Hannover, Fitch monitors all ABCP counterparty exposures on a daily basis and each program's underlying portfolio dynamics on a monthly basis.
Both sides staged a goalless first half in which Hannover dictated the pace whereas Berlin got a foothold into the game as the match progressed.
Hannover have completed the signing of Brazilian defender Felipe Trevizan Martins from Standard Liege as a replacement.
Smart Efficiency' as the keynote theme for Hannover Messe 2011 was the common thread running through the majority of this year's displays, and was also addressed in the many debates and forums featured at the event.
Turkey ranks fourth at the Hannover Fair after Italy, France, and China with its number of companies attending the Fair.
Established more than 60 years ago, HANNOVER MESSE is staged annually in Hannover, Germany and today ranks as the leading international showplace for industrial technologies, materials and product ideas.
The divestment will lower the reinsurance recoverables level at Hannover Re and free up cash resources for further growth, the company added.
This agreement is an important milestone in Hannover Re's collaboration with the GCC takaful insurance market,' said Hanover Retakaful managing director Mahomed Akoob.
Hannover Re's leverage and interest coverage remain within tolerance for the company's current rating, the agency added.
In addition, he will also be responsible for the growing business of longevity solutions worldwide as well as a number of cross-sectional tasks for Hannover Life Re, including central actuarial functions.
Fumiaki Miura, a Japanese 16-year-old, won first prize at the Hannover International Violin Competition, also winning the Audience Prize.
Summary: Thousands of people gather in and around Hannover 96 stadium for funeral ceremony in honour of Germany's goalkeeper Robert Enke on Sunday.