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port city of Denmark in eastern Jutland

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Researchers at Aarhus University Hospital in Aarhus, Denmark, analyzed the medical records of over 100,000 people hospitalized for a first stroke between 2004 and 2012.
US-based medical device and software provider Varian Medical Systems (NYSE: VAR) has been selected to equip and service a new national proton therapy centre in Aarhus, Denmark, with the Varian ProBeam proton therapy system, the company said.
Based in Aarhus, Denmark, SMAC has four retail stores and eight franchise sites.
2006: Great Britain''s Beth Tweddle won the gold medal in the uneven bars competition at the gymnastics World Championships in Aarhus, Denmark.
of Aarhus, Denmark), and he finds it conspicuous in the fourth gospel as well.
The squad had been based full-time in Aarhus, Denmark, but a funding cut meant players were scattered throughout Europe, at any club they could find.
DID you know that Spain won soccer's European Under 21 Championships this week, defeating Switzerland 2-0 in the final in Aarhus, Denmark? Do you care?
He also qualifies for to play for Denmark as was actually born in Aarhus, Denmark, and his father is Danish.
The 20 papers were selected from presentations at an August 2007 conference in Aarhus, Denmark.
Toll Global Forwarding has opened offices in Aarhus, Denmark; Copenhagen and Helsinki and is planning to open another office in Norway, creating Toll Nordics in order to develop a new presence in the Nordic countries and Baltic states.
He studied at the Royal Conservatory in Aarhus, Denmark. In 1998, he came to the United States to study with James David Christie, distinguished artist in residence at Holy Cross and received the prestigious artist diploma in organ performance at the Boston Conservatory in 2000.
The 28-year-old man, said to have al-Qaeda and other terror links, burst into the home of Kurt Westergaard in Aarhus, Denmark, armed with an axe and knife.
Kurt Westergaard, 75, who received death threats for "defaming" the Prophet Muhammad after depicting him wearing a bomb-shaped turban in 2005, fled with the five-year-old into a specially-built panic room at his home in in Aarhus, Denmark.
CCI Europe, Aarhus, Denmark, announced it will provide Norway's Adresseavisen ASA with a CCI NewsGate system for 120 consurrent users, replacing a 10-year-old CCI NewsDesk system.
Trifork, headquartered in Aarhus, Denmark, provides business solutions and IT services to Danish companies and the public sector.