Preussen


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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.
Jahrhundert und Grosse Themen der Geschichte Preussens.
A intervencao de Conze durante a escrita de Preussen zwischen Reform und Revolution evidenciava, segundo Olsen, a continuidade de normas culturais de longo termo e de estruturas sociais na academia alema que conformavam um sistema no qual estudantes mais jovens eram amplamente dependentes da boa vontade e das decisoes de seus professores.
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.
BERLIN, Shawwal 21, 1435, Aug 17, 2014, SPA -- Injury-hit Bayern Munich crushed third-tier Preussen Muenster 4-1 away on Sunday to bounce back from their midweek Super Cup defeat and launch a successful defence of their German Cup title, Reuters reported.
Eva Renate Blechschmidt, Die Amalien-Bibliothek: Musikbibliothek der Prinzessin Anna Amalia von Preussen (1723-1787) (Berlin: Merseburger, 1965); Eva Renate Wutta, Quellen der Bach-Tradition in der Berliner Amalien-Bibliothek (Tutzing: Hans Schneider, 1989).
The largest sailing ship ever built, the Preussen, was a steel-hulled windjammer that carried six square sails on each of its five, 190-foot masts.
He also referred to the "open" nature of French law, unlike other systems that he qualifies as "closed" in the sense that the amounts never leave the private sector, such as in the German sytem, which obliges private companies to purchase renewable energies (the subject of the Preussen Elektra ruling in 2001).
After his playing days, he moved into management with Stockport before returning to his native Germany in 1967 to coach Preussen Munster.
Denn die fruhen Kodifikationsgesetzgeber in Preussen und Osterreich haben zunachst noch mit einer Justiz zu rechnen, die sich in ihrer tradierten Rolle als Verwalter und Schopfer des Rechts eingerichtet hatte und naheliegender Weise nicht ruckartig auf das neue Leitbild einer blossen Anwendungsinstanz einge-stellt werden konnte.
91) Ut omnes homines pro aequalibus naturaliter habeantur--quoted in Michael Kleensang, Das Konzept der burgerlichen Gesellschaft bei Ernst Ferdinand Klein: Einstellungen zum Naturrecht, Eigentum, Staat und Gesetzgebung in Preussen 1780-1810 (Frankfurt a M, 1998) 167.
With respect to Cuba, these came together in what Ronald Preussen refers to as a US "sense of mission" combined with a "condescending attitude" (41-43).
Jahrhundert waren es weitere wichtige Erwerbungen wie die Musikaliensammlung Anna Amalias von Preussen, der Schwester Friedrichs d.
Other clubs: Burnley, Bury, Viktoria Koln, BFC Preussen, FC Erzgebirge Aue, Ipswich, Sheffield Weds, Walsall, Nottm Forest, Peterborough, Port Vale, Wrexham.
3) Herzog Albrecht von Preussen und Livland (1565-1570).