He said: "Our 51st base Maastricht opened in December and we will open six new bases from April in Eindhoven, Krakow, Zadar, Croatia, Chania, Greece, Marrakesh and Fez, Morocco.
What does ZD stand for?
ZD stands for Zadar, Croatia (license plate)
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- Zinc Coated Washer
- Zion Center for Worship and the Arts (Charlotte, NC)
- Zamboanga City Water District (Philippines)
- ZyXEL Certified Wireless Engineer
- Zero-Cost Exception
- Zero Coupon Yield Curve
- Zavodi Crvena Zastava (Serbian automobile sales division; Zastava Automobiles)
- Zero Correlation Zone
- Start of Message (radioteletype)
- Zachodniopomorskie Centrum Zaawansowanych Technologii (Polish: West Center for Advanced Technology)
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131 SF61 From the ninth International Mediterranean Symposium, held in Zadar, Croatia, in October 2010, agricultural and environmental scientists analyze relationships between raising livestock and the environment they are raised in, as a step to optimizing the balance between production and environmental health.
VIENNA and ZADAR, Croatia, July 1, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- - With Photo A new leader on the high-end hotel market opened its doors today in Croatia: the Falkensteiner Hotel & Spa Iadera.
MATHEMATICAL MODEL OF ELECTRIC ARC AT HIGH VOLTAGE SYSTEMS, 18th DAAAM International Symposium 25th October 2007 at the University of Zadar, Zadar, Croatia.
That result guaranteed the West Kirby Sailing Club member a spot at the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championships that will take place in Zadar, Croatia, starting on the 7th July.
ZADAR, Croatia, October 7 /PRNewswire/ -- A vital step towards closed life cycle farming of the commercially valuable Atlantic Blue Fin Tuna (NBT) was achieved in the Adriatic farming sites of Kali Tuna, a Croatian tuna farming company and the laboratories of the University of Split.
New, harder-to-access port calls, including: - Docking in Zadar, Croatia (where larger ships have to anchor) - Rouen, France, just one hour from Paris (as opposed to Le Havre, where larger ships dock, which is two-and-a-half hours from the city) - Volos, Greece, where Azamara will offer excursions to the Meteora Monasteries, high atop massive granite rocks (made famous in the film For Your Eyes Only) - Amalfi, Italy, near the postcard-perfect Sorrento, Positano and Isle of Capri - A docking in La Spezia, Italy, where larger ships have to anchor - Dartmouth, United Kingdom, inaccessible to larger ships.
180-181, ISSN 1726-9679, ISBN 3-901509-58-5, Zadar, Croatia Cotet, C.