Brandenburg


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the territory of an Elector (of the Holy Roman Empire) that expanded to become the kingdom of Prussia in 1701

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Major organization : ZENTRALDIENST DER POLIZEI DES LANDES BRANDENBURG (DE 811474512)
Brandenburg outlined apparent evidence that immense nuclear explosions happened on Mars twice, attacking two sites of the early life -- the Cydonians and the Utopians.
Fruhphasenfonds Brandenburg has deep experience in accelerating startups, while Heliocentris can provide guidance on manufacturing and distribution, and will be instrumental in our expansion to the Middle East.
Brandenburg proposed to Susan a year later and she accepted but the couple was not officially married until six years later.
He said that he had been accosted on a train in Brandenburg three years ago by drunks who threw his Hebrew prayer book to the ground.
On an overall space of 80,000 sq m, the biggest stage of Berlin's New Year's Eve Party is at the Pariser Platz, with the Brandenburg Gate as an impressive background.
Where Burtynsky emphasizes the deadly, poisonous consequences of consumption, Brandenburg stresses the force of nature.
The state of Brandenburg is assisting Odersun AG with 3.
With a demolition project this size, seven months is a very short amount of time to complete the amount of work this job required," says Bill Moore, Brandenburg vice president.
The 1950s-era Sun-Times building was bigger than it looked, William Moore of Brandenburg says.
The west side, as main gate, was always the most formal and symmetrical, and the Brandenburg Gate as we know it today was added in 1789.
Brandenburg, believed to have been a student at Southwestern Oregon Community College in Coos Bay, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Stavenow, in east-Elbian Brandenburg, offers an excellent example of the classic Junker estate--too modest for an aristocratic magnate, yet large enough to boast an impressive manor house graced with Renaissance gables and family portraits.
Quartz Hill 37, Highland 21: The Rebels (2-3, 1-0) rallied from a 21-7 second-half deficit behind three touchdowns from Mike Brandenburg and two from sophomore quarterback Calvin Culver.
A Brierley Hill company, Brandenburg UK, has achieved a triple success with the award of Investors In People.