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a former kingdom in north-central Europe including present-day northern Germany and northern Poland

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Prinz von Preussen Capital was listed last year on the Bulgarian Stock Exchange.
The trip featured a ton of upsides: an all-LGBT cruise (nearly all gay men, one lesbian couple), a truly romantic tall ship (based on the Preussen, a famous German five-mast windjammer, circa 1902), ports of call including some significant sites of antiquity, a relatively small passenger manifest (just 227 at maximum), and ports that the big cruise ships don't have access to, making the experience more about sailing and the destinations, and less about cruising.
Abhandlungen zur geologischen Specialkarte von Preussen und den Thuringischen Staaten 4: 1-305.
Cologne runs riot, RB Leipzig exits German Cup Cologne routed sixth-division Berlin-based BFC Preussen 7-0 on Saturday in the first round of the German Cup, as newly-promoted RB Leipzig were the only Bundesliga team to suffer a shock defeat.
Durante la Republica de Weimar existio una Corte a cargo de la adjudicacion federal, el Staatsgerichtshof en Leipzig, conocido especialmente por el juicio Preussen contra Reich, el cual en 1932 precipito el colapso de la Republica.
Um mes depois, a nave Preussen. Relata-se, tambem, que, a epoca, a unica forma de garantia para os intelectuais deportados era um breve interrogatorio, com perguntas contidas num formulario, igual para todos: "Cognome: Berdjaev.
Based on the classic sailing ship the Preussen, which billowed its way around the world at the turn of the 20th century, its main mast alone soars to 197ft and there's a 56,000 square feet of canvas which makes up its 42 sails.
Geschichte des Medizinal-Wesens der Koniglich-Preussischen Armee bis zur Gegenwart: ein Beitrag zur Armee-und Kultur-Geschichte Preussen. Enke; 1860.
April 1795 wird der Sonderfriede von Basel zwischen Preussen und Frankreich geschlossen, vier Monate spater bietet Kant seinem Verleger Friedrich Nicolovius das Manuskript an.
So setting foot on the Royal Clipper, the world's tallest five-masted sailing ship - inspired by the Preussen built in 1902 - was a change of pace.
Having eased through their German Cup first round tie against third-tier Preussen Muenster, Guardiola is well aware that time is not on his side.