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Baltic Sea,

a sea in northern Europe.
Baltic myeloma - autosomal recessive condition with onset between 8 and 13 years of age, characterized by myoclonic and generalized seizures, relatively frequent in the Baltic region, particularly Finland.
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Development of a modelling methodology for simulation of long-term morphological evolution of the southern Baltic coast.
But the Baltic coast side have not played at home to any of the current top four teams and their confidence may be suffering after a four-match winless streak which seen them fail to score a single goal.
The Baltic coast is wild and rugged with fjords and archipelagos populated by hale Viking types in Norwegian fisherman's jumpers - oh, and some really sophisticated European capital cities.
The Lubmin plant on the Baltic coast was home to five of East Germany s six nuclear reactors and supplied 10 percent of the communist country s electricity when it was taken off the grid in 1990 following German reunification.
The port city, lying on the Baltic coast and sometimes referred to as Russia's 'Northern Capital,' will be served from November 1, with a daily flight from Dubai.
Nida is on the lagoon side of the Spit and a short walk through a forest path brings you to the spectacular local beach on the Baltic coast.
The Knights cut Poland off from the Baltic and by 1346 they ruled the Baltic coast from the Vistula to Estonia and the Gulf of Finland, which naturally aroused intense opposition from the Poles and Lithuanians.
Set up in 1996 in Ustka on the Baltic coast of Poland, the company has more than 3,000 employees in eight countries.
The companies are particularly focusing on a plan to jointly develop Russia's first nuclear public-private partnership plant at Kaliningrad on the Baltic coast.
The plant, to be located in Klaipeda, on the northern Baltic coast, will be the first waste-to-energy plant in Lithuania.
Nord Stream will build two parallel pipelines on the Baltic seabed, starting from the Russian city of Vyborg near the Finnish border and terminating in Greifswald on the Baltic coast in Germany.
This university was founded in 1665 in the city of Kiel at the Baltic Coast, and the city to this day is named "Kiel.

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