Contract notice: HE-ggelmeier / estw rights rhine line, 2nd stage, stations wiesbaden-schierstein, niederwalluf, eltville, erbach, hattenheim and geisenheim, renewal of electrical power plants with related work.
What does EDNE stand for?
EDNE stands for Erbach (airport code; Germany)
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- Beilngries (airport code; Germany)
- École Doctorale Normande de Chimie (French chemistry graduate school)
- End Depo-Now Campaign (patient advocacy)
- Dinkelsbuhl-Sinbronn (airport code; Germany)
- Economic Development Association of North Dakota
- Eden Energy Corp. (est. 1999)
- Evaluation of the Distributed National Electronic Resource (UK; funded by the Joint Information Systems Committee)
- Earth Data Network for Education and Scientific
- Earth Day Network
- Economic Development Network
- Educational Network
- Ehlers-Danlos National Foundation
- Elsenthal Grafenau (airport code; Germany)
- Endogenous Digitalis-Like Natriuretic Factor
- Education Developers Network Group (UK)
- Giengen Brenz (airport code; Germany)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Personal: Streett lives in Little Rock with her husband, Don Erbach, and their three daughters.
The traffic problems at Wright are not unique and other schools have similar issues, Peters and Erbach admit.
8-11, 2008, Martha Erbach, 540-665-5505 Washington Bellingham Puget Sound Health Ministries, St.
Ferdinand Preiss had been born in Erbach, approximately 10 miles outside Frankfurt in the centre of the ivory business, which had begun in 1783 under the auspices of Count Franz I.
1007/s002710000019 Karlen DL, Wollenhaupt NC, Erbach DC, Berry EC, Swan JB, Eash NS, Jordahl JL (1994) Long-term tillage effects on soil quality.
2 'Architektur und Kochkultur', architects event at Cloister Erbach, Rheingau, 2004.
According to Publishers Weekly the deal was negotiated by Dutton president and publisher Brian Tart with Lisa Erbach Vance of the Aaron Priest Agency.