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- See Hanover2.
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- proper n. Alternative form of Hanover.
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- n. a port city in northwestern Germany; formerly a member of the Hanseatic League
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Associated Press HANNOVER, Germany -- A German tour bus caught fire on an autobahn near the northern city of Hannover on Tuesday night, killing 20 people after a passenger reportedly sneaked a cigarette, police said.
HANNOVER - Super Micro Computer, Inc. (Nasdaq: SMCI), a leader in application-optimized, high-performance server solutions, today unveiled its comprehensive new line of server and workstation solutions optimized for upcoming Intel (R) Xeon (R) processors along with its new 2U Twin2 (Twin Squared) family of servers at CeBIT 2009 in Hannover, Germany, March 3-8, Hall 21,
My 2 nd daughter, whom i taught at home from 12 through to College at 18, is now a high-flying English teacher in Hannover, Germany, teaching specialised English to business CEOs, lawyers etc.
He worked in Hannover, serving the prison camps in the VII Army Corps region, based in Münster.
V.C. Hart, also assigned to northwestern Germany, focused his work exclusively on prisons in Hannover (Soltau, Havelburg, Ahlen Falkenberger Moore, and Königsmoor).
Caroline Herschel was born on March 16, 1750 in Hannover, Germany.
Colonel General Karl von Bülow commanded the 2nd Army, from the unit's headquarters in Hannover in the Prussian province of Hannover.
At the site of the EXPO2000 in Hannover, I once sat in the middle of a vast concrete plaza, surrounded by enormous purposeless architecture, watching a F1 race with 4 other people and a beer vendor.
No, it isn't a long lost episode of Star Trek, but Ned Kahn's “tourbillion” installation art, a collaboration with architect Uwe Bruckner, for the Duales Systems Pavilion at Expo 2000 in Hannover, Germany.
A model of the new design principles necessary for sustainability is exemplified by the “Hannover Principles” or “Bill of Rights for the Planet,” developed by William McDonough Architects for EXPO 2000 to be held in Hannover, Germany.