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  • proper n. A town and municipality in Sweden.

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Examples

  • From there, the couple, who are in their 50s, were hoping to get to their town of Kristianstad in southern Sweden.

    Madrid Takes on Role of Hub

  • A Swedish town has basically eliminated fossil fuel usage, reports Elisabeth Rosenthal: Kristianstad has already crossed a crucial threshold: the city and surrounding county, with a population of 80,000, essentially use no oil, natural gas or coal to heat homes and businesses, even during the long frigid winters.

    Wonkbook: Tax plan proceeds with high public support; judge rules against health mandate; Summers final speech

  • The Volvo PV544, outfitted with the newly designed belt, was delivered to a Volvo dealer in Kristianstad, Sweden, in 1959.

    Volvo celebrates 50 years of the three-point safety belt

  • Leif R. Jansson/SCANPIX/Associated Press Elin Bjerre, from Kristianstad, Sweden, center, stumbled over the finish line to win the 100-meter final in the Stiletto R.n, as another competitor fell to the ground, during the event in Stockholm, Sweden, Saturday.

    Sports Snapshots

  • Leif R. Jansson/SCANPIX/Associated Press Elin Bjerre, from Kristianstad, Sweden, center, stumbled over the finish line to win the 100-meter final in the Stiletto R.n, as another competitor fell to the ground, during the event in Stockholm, Sweden, June 13.

    The Wall of Fame

  • Elevation extremes: lowest point: reclaimed bay of Lake Hammarsjon, near Kristianstad -2.41 m highest point: Kebnekaise 2,111 m

    Sweden

  • Swedenlowest point: reclaimed bay of Lake Hammarsjon, near Kristianstad -2.41 m highest point: Kebnekaise 2,111 m

    Elevation extremes

  • Elevation extremes: lowest point: reclaimed bay of Lake Hammarsjon, near Kristianstad

    The 2007 CIA World Factbook

  • Kristianstad -2.41 m highest point: Kebnekaise 2,111 m

    The 2007 CIA World Factbook

  • "We find those acts reprehensible," said Bjorn Soder, party secretary of the Sweden Democrats, in a recent interview at the party headquarters in Kristianstad.

    NYT > Home Page

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