North Rhine-Westphalia

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Happy Returns publisher Washington Post date 2006-01-04 accessdate 2008-08-14 ) is a multiple award-winning German (Germans) author of children's fiction. She was born on 10 December 1958, in Dorsten, North Rhine-Westphalia. Funke is best known for her ''Inkworld trilogy'', with the English translation of the third book, ''Inkdeath'', released on 6 October 2008.

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tuhat tähteä, written by Matti Hannus and published in Finland in 1983; Pat Butcher, The Perfect Distance: Ovett&Coe: The Record-Breaking Rivalry, London: Weidenfeld&Nicolson, 2004; "The Major Events of Top Sports Until 1982" Huippu-urheilun suuret tapahtumat vuoteen 1982 asti, published in Finland in 1982; "The Great European Championships Book" Suuri EM-kirja, published in Finland in 1990; the user AlAn1981 had a short video about the 5,000-metre final's last kilometre in YouTube until the end of 2008, entitled "David Moorcroft"). thumb left 200px ERCIS Buildings in Münster (Image:MuensterLeonardoCampusInformationSystems.jpg) The '''European Research Center for Information Systems''' (ERCIS) was founded in 2004 at the University of Münster in Münster, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. The objective of ERCIS is connecting research in Information systems with Business, Computer Science, Communication Sciences, Law, Management and Mathematics. The ERCIS consists of leading national and international universities and companies in the field of Information Systems. thumb Inner yard with St. Nicholas' church, formerly the church of Brauweiler Abbey, in the background (File:Abtei Brauweiler Innenhof 01.jpg) '''Brauweiler Abbey''' (German (German (language)): '''Abtei Brauweiler''') is a former Benedictine (Order of St. Benedict) monastery located at Brauweiler, now in Pulheim near Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, in Germany. '''Burtscheid Abbey''' ( Commons:Category:North Rhine-Westphalia Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States North Rhine-Westphalia Wikipedia:North Rhine-Westphalia

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to about 300 football fields, the "PrimeSite Rhine Region" is the first unbuilt and available industrial and commercial site of this size in North Rhine-Westphalia to date. Profile PrimeSite Rhine Region Around 85 percent (177 hectares) of the site lies within the boundary of the town of Euskirchen Location Profile Euskirchen , while about 15 percent (28 hectares) belong to the municipality of Weilerswist. The already well developed large area will be reserved up to 2019 for space-intensive large-scale projects in excess of 80 hectares. It is being marketed internationally by the state economic development agency NRW.INVEST. NRW.INVEST: PrimeSite Rhine Region '''Düren''' is a town in North Rhine-Westphalia, capital of Düren district (Düren (district)). It is located between Aachen and Cologne on the river Rur. 15 11 2008 align left Commons:Category:North Rhine-Westphalia Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States North Rhine-Westphalia Wikipedia:North Rhine-Westphalia

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, North Rhine-Westphalia and Rhineland-Palatinate. North Rhine-Westphalia is one of the prime German industrial areas, containing significant mineral deposits, (coal, lead, lignite, magnesium, oil (petroleum) and uranium) and water transport. In Rhineland-Palatinate agriculture is more important, including the vineyards in the Ahr (Ahr (wine region)), Mittelrhein (Mittelrhein (wine region)) and Mosel (Mosel wine) regions. Germany In today's States

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Mittelschule) until 10th grade, usually awards the Mittlere Reife * Palembang, South Sumatra, Indonesia The Wuppertal Institute understands itself as an intermediary between science, economy and politics; therefore, its sustainability research design is application-oriented. It has the legal status


until 1985 and worked as lawyer. Family and ancestry According to late 20th century research, Custer's ancestors, Paulus and Gertrude Küster, who followed the first thirteen immigrant German (German American) families from Krefeld and surroundings, had emigrated to North America around 1693 from the Rhineland in Germany, probably among thousands of Palatine (German Palatines) refugees whose passage was arranged by the English (England) government of Anne of Great Britain Queen

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-supported, and successful teams. ''Borussia Mönchengladbach'' has over 50,000 members and is the sixth largest club in Germany. Members Borussia Mönchengladbach (in German) The official mascot of the club is the foal ''Jünter''. "Borussia" is a Latinized form of Prussia, a popular term in naming German clubs located within the former Kingdom of Prussia. Geography The Saxon stem duchy covered

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in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. On May 14, 2007, Sony announced Animax would be launching in Germany from early June 2007, becoming the country's first ever television network solely dedicated to anime programming. Channel

from Sony Pictures Television International, to Launch in Germany date 2007-05-14 accessdate 2007-05-14

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Rhine-Westphalia , Germany. '''Borchen''' is a municipality in the district of Paderborn (Paderborn (district)), in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. thumb 150px "Self Portrait" (1857) (Image:Franz Ittenbach.jpg) '''Franz Ittenbach''' (April 18, 1813 – December 1, 1879) was a German (Germany) religious (religion) painter (Painting) from Königswinter, North Rhine-Westphalia, at the foot of the Drachenfels.

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increase from the previous election in 2010 (North Rhine-Westphalia state election, 2010). The flag of North Rhine-Westphalia is green-white-red with the combined coats of arms of the Rhineland (white line before

North Rhine-Westphalia

'''North Rhine-Westphalia''' ( ) (Dutch (Dutch language): ''Noordrijn-Westfalen'') is the most populous state (States of Germany) of Germany, as well as the fourth largest by area. North Rhine-Westphalia was formed in 1946 as a merger of the northern Rhineland (Rhine province) and Westphalia (Province of Westphalia), both formerly parts of Prussia. Its capital is Düsseldorf; the biggest city is Cologne. Four of Germany's ten biggest cities—Cologne, Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and Essen—are located in North Rhine-Westphalia. The state is currently run by a coalition of the Social Democrats (Social Democratic Party of Germany) (''SPD'') and Greens (Alliance '90 The Greens).

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