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an industrial city is southeastern Austria

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The collaboration will see the contract manufacturer producing future Jaguar Land Rover products at its plant in Graz, Austria.
Image with caption: "Magna's contract manufacturing operation in Graz, Austria, has produced 1,000,000 vehicles for the BMW Group starting in 2003.
Based in Graz, Austria, Immovate is one of that European nation's leading developers.
Author affiliation: Medical University of Graz, Graz, Austria
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.
His shock double life was only uncovered after he told his stunned wife Alina that he was leaving their home in Graz, Austria, to be with his male lover.
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.
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.
In past summers, he has taught at the Adamant School of Music in Vermont, and since 1990, served on staff of the American Institute of Musical Studies in Graz, Austria.
That's what happened in the Diocese of Graz, Austria.
Worldwide, the PT Cruiser is now at 310,000 units/yr with production in Toluca, Mexico and DaimlerChrysler's EuroStar plant in Graz, Austria.
The Unknown Baryshnikov, a 320-page, oversized book of photographs of the renowned dancer, was published by the Magisterium Publishing Company in Moscow and printed by Print & Art in Graz, Austria.
Prechtl of Karl Franzens University of Graz, Austria, and his colleagues used ultrasound brain imaging to categorize 130 premature infants in Austria, Italy, Germany, and the Netherlands as being at high risk or low risk for neurological damage.
UC4 was instrumental in integrating the existing control architecture for the BMW X3 product line produced at Magna Steyr in Graz, Austria.