Brandenburg


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the territory of an Elector (of the Holy Roman Empire) that expanded to become the kingdom of Prussia in 1701

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The intention is to set up a power-to-x competence centre at the Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg and to construct a demonstration plant for the production of synthetic fuels and chemical substances using electric power generated in photovoltaic and wind power plants.
Brandenburg drew a new free speech line-the imminent lawless test-saying that until statements are "directed to inciting or producing imminent lawless action" they are protected free speech.
But since his retirement, Brandenburg has been getting his monthly pension at the rate of normal retirement benefits, instead of the higher amount given for accidental disability retirement, the lawsuit states.
Brandenburg outlined apparent evidence that immense nuclear explosions happened on Mars twice, attacking two sites of the early life -- the Cydonians and the Utopians.
"Our knee jerk reaction was that they were trying to intimidate us," says Brandenburg. "We were not going to cease and desist using the name.
"Berlin Brandenburg Airport will offer its guests the most advanced amenities available," said Ralf Kunkel of Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH.
He said that he had been accosted on a train in Brandenburg three years ago by drunks who threw his Hebrew prayer book to the ground.
"The Energy Strategy 2020 of the State of Brandenburg defines the increase of the overall share of renewable energies in primary energy consumption to 20 percent until the year 2020.
But this project certainly posed many demolition challenges for Brandenburg. The Sun-Times building was bordered by the Chicago River and three high-rise structures--a 56-story residential building, a 52-story office park and the historic Wrigley Building.
UNLIKE MANY ARTISTS TODAY who scavenge from every last scrap of modernist production, Ulla von Brandenburg has leaped over that period of utopian experimentalism, alighting instead in the preceding century.
Top attractions, apart from the football, include Checkpoint Charlie, the Norman Foster-designed Reichstag parliament building, Brandenburg Gate (left), sections of the Berlin Wall, and the memorial to Jewish victims of the Nazi era (below).
That was the microscope Brandenburg Industrial Service Co.
In this central location, on Berlin's east-west axis between Unter den Linden and the Brandenburg Gate, it grew and flourished until 1937, when the arts were ousted in favour of Albert Speer's office for the replanning of 'Germania'.
Brandenburg of Winthrop, Wash., was northbound about 7:13 a.m.