Hanover

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Synonyms for Hanover

a port city in northwestern Germany

the English royal house that reigned from 1714 to 1901 (from George I to Victoria)

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In a recent Greenpeace survey, Searching for Greener Electronics, conducted at the CeBit trade show in Hanover, Germany, where products were voluntarily submitted for testing only Sony's Vaio notebook and Ericsson Phone/PDA products received more than half of the available 100 points.
Venus Williams put her power game on full display Friday, routing German qualifier Barbara Rittner 6-2, 6-1 to set up a semifinal showdown with Steffi Graf at the $500,000 Hanover WTA tournament at Hanover, Germany.
The unit is to be installed in a diagnostic outpatient center in Hanover, Germany.
Yokohama Rubber, Tokyo, Japan, and Continental AG, Hanover, Germany, have signed a formal contract to set up a joint venture company to meet the needs for original equipment tires for Japanese automakers and a contract to cooperate in expanding Continental's replacement tire sales in Japan.
Some pretty decent tennis going on in Hanover, Germany, if you're up early enough to watch it.
Both parties agreed to entrust Medicoforum, Hanover, Germany, a clinical research group with special expertise in global authorization processes, with managing the project.
Tokyo, Japan, and Continental AG, Hanover, Germany, signed a letter of intent in order to do worldwide tire business activities more closely in the future.
Henman is in the running for the last two spots in the eight-man World Championship next month in Hanover, Germany.
Nasdaq:DRRA), today announced that it has completed the divestiture of DURA Automotive Systems KEhler GmbH, based in Lippstadt, Germany, to an entity controlled by HANNOVER Finanz Group, headquartered in Hanover, Germany.
subsidiary of Paul Troester Maschinenfabrik, based in Hanover, Germany, a worldwide manufacturer of complete lines of wire and cable insulation, tire components, profiles and hoses, and seals, gaskets and conveyor belts.