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Nuremberg,

city in Germany in which code was established following World War II.
Nuremberg Code - protects the rights of individuals who participate in medical research.
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The Hungary skipper has been unsettled at Albion this season following the Baggies' relegation from the Premiership and Nuremburg are emerging as a possible route out of The Hawthorns.
May 8-16 European Coatings Show 2007, Nuremburg, Germany More info: Vincentz Network, www.
The Nuremburg trip was a bit of a downer, to say the least.
December 17, 1945 - Nuremburg prosecution asks the Tribunal to declare all 500,000 members of the Nazi leadership corps guilty of war crimes
The World Organic Trade Fair BioFach 2005, held in Nuremburg, Germany in late February, featured a separate organic wine pavilion this year for the first time.
Triumph is a slightly doctored record of a macabre coven-gathering at Nuremburg, opening with Adolf Hitler's airborne arrival through gauzy clouds, the spiny spires and craggy gingerbread excrescences of the city below reflecting the medieval flavor of the impending toxic saturnalia.
The Boeing 737 aircraft was carrying 124 people to Rome's Ciampino airport from Nuremburg, Germany.
The United States was an initiator of the Nuremburg trials and was instrumental in the tribunals for Rwanda, Sierra Leone, and Yugoslavia.
This year, Nuremburg was added to stops in Berlin, Munich, Stuttgart, Frankfurt and Hamburg.
APRIL 8-10 - European Coatings Show, Exhibition Centre, Nuremburg, Germany.
Adrian Snell, Matt Ward and Andy Hay plan to cycle 12,000 km from London via Brussels, Nuremburg, Vienna, Budapest, Bucharest, Burgas, Istanbul, Tehran, Karachi, Kanpur, Kathmandu and Lhasa before reaching their ultimate destination.
British sprinter Dwain Chambers recorded his second international victory of the season in the rain-disrupted Live 2001 meeting in Nuremburg, and then set his sights on Olympic and world champion Maurice Greene.