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an acute infectious disease occurring in epidemic form and featuring paroxysms of pain (usually in the chest)

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Location: Hammershus Visitor Center, Langebjergvej 26, 3770 Allinge, Bornholm
The mixture has proven effective at test sites on the property, Bornholm said.
Take the two islands of Bornholm and Samso, for instance.
Two people are dead and one was seriously injured," deputy police inspector Peter Joergensen from Bornholm Police was cited as saying.
The Sandbian strata are resting unconformably on a thin Komstad Limestone (basal Dapingian) and are in turn overlain by grey and black shales of Katian age; these strata are locally on Bornholm assigned to the Dicellograptus Shale.
In Denmark, TBE has been reported since the 1950s only from the isolated Bornholm Island in the Baltic Sea with an incidence of [approximately equal to] 4 cases per 100,000 persons (2).
The Agricultural Division of FNB Namibia and the Namibian Brahman Breeders Society (NBBS) signed a three-year agreement to the value of N$200,000 at the society's annual breeders day at Farm Bornholm of Kasper and Stefanie Gunzel in the Grootfontein District.
Originally from Varmdo, Sweden, Ohlsson attended the Norrkoping School of Sculpture for two years where she worked with wood, stone and clay and then went on to studies at Denmark's newly instituted Glass & Ceramics School, now the School of Design, located on the island of Bornholm in the Baltic Sea.
was found in the island of Bornholm on the Baltic Sea in Denmark, it was reported.
Come high season they flee the city limits for islands like Bornholm and Sams , where they can get back to life's simple pleasures.
The project will be piloted on the Danish island of Bornholm with 2,000 residents and commercial users, representing approximately every tenth house on the island.
In this volume he covers districts that are primarily of Nordic culture; in the second he turns to the island of Bornholm, which in many ways has been more influenced by Baltic culture, and so had a very different relationship with the Roman Empire.
The city was unquestionably the highlight of our Fred Olsen Baltic cruise - which also took in Berlin, Gdansk in Poland, the tiny Danish island of Bornholm, Tallinn in Estonia and Copenhagen.
Meanwhile, Denmark is also the home of a smaller local EV infrastructure project: Business Centre Bornholm has joined with Hong Kong's EuAuto, the maker of the mycar EV to open a global test charging network on Bornholm Island in the Baltic Sea.
The Tycho Brahe 1 rocket was ready on the launch pad at sea near Bornholm but when the count-down finished it did not take off.