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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.
Match 52) 1st Group D vs 2nd Group C Nuremburg 9 p.
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
Acrison International GmbH, the German subsidiary company of specialists in metering and blending equipment for dry solids, Acrison International, are to exhibit a new concept in 'in-line' weigh feeding at the upcoming Powtech exhibition being held in Nuremburg this March.
Birchfield's Katharine Merry, winner of last week's Helsinki Grand Prix, is under no illusions that her second 400 metres race of the season in Nuremburg tomorrow will provide a much stiffer test in her Olympic build-up.
GOAL hero Oliver Bierhoff scored seconds from time in Nuremburg to give Germany victory over the Czech Republic - their opponents in the Euro 96 final.
Martin Luther's response, for example, was based on the Nuremburg Edict of 6 March 1523, issued by Frederick the Wise of Electoral Saxony, the monk's protector.
For two generations the judgments at Nuremburg had hung over the international legal community.
All the other major works invariably suck me right in, but for this portrait of old Nuremburg, I can't get past the city gates.
The only previous war crimes prosecutions took place at Nuremburg after the second world war, and those were carried out by victor nations bringing to trial members of the defeated nation's military machine.