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an industrial city is southeastern Austria

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Jaguar E-PACE production at the Magna facility in Graz, Austria, is expected to begin in the fourth quarter of 2017.
The collaboration will see the contract manufacturer producing future Jaguar Land Rover products at its plant in Graz, Austria.
Based in Graz, Austria, Immovate is one of that European nation's leading developers.
Author affiliation: Medical University of Graz, Graz, Austria
The 29-year-old - who used to live in the Bedworth area - will play the private footage for the first time tomorrow at the NonStop Kino in Graz, Austria, the cinema owner said.
He then tried to recoup the fare from Munich, Germany, to the gig in Graz, Austria, by going to a porn cinema and demanding more than pounds 2000 to pose in front for publicity shots.
In essence," says August Hofbauer, president of Magna Steyr North America Engineering (Rochester Hills, MI), "we could pull an up-to-date copy of our Graz, Austria, facility from a desk drawer today, but that would require a number of concurrent projects to support.
Captain Ryan Giggs is an injury doubt for Wales' friendly against Trinidad & Tobago in Graz, Austria, on Saturday.
Andritz, Graz, Austria said its International Technology Group has been commissioned by UMKA A.
Too bad the folks in Graz, Austria, who wanted to take Arnold's name off their stadium, but were beat to it by a perturbed Schwarzenegger, haven't heard the truth about Nobel Prize ``nominations'' in their little European town.
The two previous ecumenical assemblies were in Basle, Switzerland, in 1989, and in Graz, Austria, in 1997.
Peter Cook and Colin Fournier's new Kunsthaus Graz, Austria, which resembles a neon-strangled stomach, and Zaha Hadid's design for a mobilized (literally) Guggenheim in Taiwan suggest that museum design will continue to develop along lines laid down by the contingent demands of a neoliberal economy.
He is professor of piano at Auburn University, has taught at the Adamant School of Music and served on the staff of the American Institute of Musical Studies in Graz, Austria.
Andre Wasler, University of Graz, Austria, who has used the Cancion(TM) system had found: "The Orqis(TM) CRS is an easy to implant, minimally invasive device.
That's what happened in the Diocese of Graz, Austria.