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  • Famous amusement park and pleasure garden in Copenhagen, Denmark.
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  • The bridge and tunnel connecting Malmö, Sweden and Copenhagen, Denmark.
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  • ...ortegnelse over Retssamlinger, Retslitteratur i Danmark, Norge, Sverige'' (Copenhagen, 1876). Aagesen was [[Carl Christian Hall]]'s successor as lecturer on [[Ro
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  • (Rudkøbing, August 14, 1777 – Copenhagen, March 9, 1851) Danish physicist and chemist best known for his discovery o
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  • ...onal monarchy and multiparty democracy (population c. 5.5 million; capital Copenhagen); the most southerly Scandinavian nation, comprising the Jutland Peninsula,
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  • ...]] scholar at [[Søren Kierkegaard Research Center]] at the [[University of Copenhagen]]. He has written several books on Kierkegaard including ''[[Soren Kierkega
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  • '''Copenhagen''' (København) is the capital city of [[Denmark]] and is situated on the e
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  • {{r|Copenhagen}}
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  • {{r|Copenhagen}}
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  • ...s Christian Bohr and Ellen Bohr (née Adler). Educated at the University of Copenhagen, he completed his doctorate in [[physics]] in 1911, before continuing his s Returning to the University of Copenhagen in 1916, Bohr was appointed professor of physics, and established the Insti
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  • {{r|Battle of Copenhagen}}
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  • {{r|Copenhagen}}
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  • {{r|University of Copenhagen}}
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  • {{r|Copenhagen}}
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  • ...ng to Denmark, of which only 78 are inhabited. The capital of Denmark is [[Copenhagen]].
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  • {{r|Copenhagen}}
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  • '''Werner Gutzeit''' (born 1st December 1932 in Copenhagen, Denmark) is a Danish artist. He is one of the most important representativ His mother was Danish and his father was a German designer and painter. In Copenhagen, Gutzeit studied design and after that, he also studied education. He spent
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  • |Gladsaxe Teen Club, Egegård Skole, Gladsaxe, Copenhagen, Denmark |Brøndby Pop Club, Nørregårds-Hallen, Brøndby, Copenhagen, Denmark
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  • ...such as [[Saint Petersburg]], [[Stockholm]], [[Riga]], [[Helsinki]] and [[Copenhagen]].
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  • ...mdash;also spelled '''Oersted'''—(Rudkøbing, August 14, 1777 – Copenhagen, March 9, 1851) was a Danish physicist and chemist. He is best known for h As a student at Copenhagen University, in 1797, Hans Christian got a degree in pharmacy and received p
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  • ...and tunnel crossing [[The Sound]], connecting [[Malmö]], [[Sweden]], and [[Copenhagen]], [[Denmark]]. It opened to traffic in 2000, and the cable-stayed main spa
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  • During the [[Battle of Copenhagen]] cautious Admiral Sir [[Hyde Parker]], in overall command of the [[United
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  • ...''Hashish Rembetika''). Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press, University of Copenhagen, 1991. ISBN 978-87-7289-134-7
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  • |Teen Clubs: Box 45, Egegård Skole, Gladsaxe, Copenhagen, Denmark
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  • ...ontinued as a major force in linguistic functionalism (distinct from the [[Copenhagen school]] or English Firthian — later [[Michael Halliday|Hallidean]] &
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  • ...their concert tour of [[Denmark]] and in particular their performance in [[Copenhagen]], during the band's 1970 [[Europe]]an concert tour. The band were billed as such for their concert at the K.B. Hallen centre in Copenhagen on 28 February, 1970.<ref>{{cite web| url = http://ledzeppelin.com/show/feb
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  • ..., ''Secular Theories on Religion'', Museum Tusculanum press, University of Copenhagen, 2000, ISBN 8772895721 [http://books.google.nl/books?id=oFCX113Zk94C&prints
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  • ...---://www.number10.gov.uk/news/speeches-and-transcripts/2009/06/roadmap-to-copenhagen-speech-19813]
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  • ...rosecutor for Serious Economic Crimes v. Al-Aqsa Foundation (High Court in Copenhagen, Denmark, 2007) *Public Prosecutor v. Hammad Khurshid et al. (Glostrup Court in Copenhagen, Denmark, 2008)
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  • ...ostly dates from that year forward. He is buried in Bispebjerg Cemetery in Copenhagen. ...sé Capablanca]]. His most notable successes were first place finishes at [[Copenhagen]] 1928, the [[Carlsbad]] tournaments of 1929, 1933, and 1934 and second pla
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  • ...in three rounds of voting by the [[International Olympic Committee]] in [[Copenhagen]], [[Denmark]]. The final round saw Rio take a 66-32 majority of votes to s
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  • ..., E. (1975). ''Trends in Phonological Theory: a Historical Introduction.'' Copenhagen: Akademisk Forlag.
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  • {{Image|GladsaxeTeen.jpg|right|160px|Advertisement in the Copenhagen ''Berlingske Tidende'' for Led Zeppelin's (still called 'The Yardbirds') fi ...wanting a safe place to gather in the evenings, in the Egegård Skole in [[Copenhagen]].<ref>{{cite book|last=Reddon|first=Frank|year=2008|title=Sonic Boom: The
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  • With Fergus Green, he concluded that the Copenhagen conference on global warming indicates increased cooperation between China
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  • *30 November - Copenhagen, Denmark
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  • ...ironmental Agency (EEA) Building.jpg|right|205px|The EEA's headquarters in Copenhagen.}} The EEA became operational in 1994 and it is currently headquartered in [[Copenhagen]], [[Denmark]] with 172 staff members.<ref name=Chart>[http://www.eea.europ
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  • ...Holmboe]]. He then enrolled at the [[Royal Danish Academy of Music]] in [[Copenhagen]] from 1952 to 1955.
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  • ===[[Battle of Copenhagen]]===
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  • ...t has a fun-loving nature. After Helmut is called from home to live at the Copenhagen court of the Danish princess, he becomes fascinated by a young noblewoman t
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  • *Wonderful Copenhagen ([[Hans Christian Andersen]])
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  • ...a sailor he visited Philadelphia, Gibraltar, Italy, Aden, Oman, Haifa, and Copenhagen. He committed to memory a verse of [[Rudyard Kipling]]'s poem 'The Long Tra
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  • ...al [[arithmetic]]. Another very interesting congress was the one held in [[Copenhagen]] (1936), which was dedicated to [[quantum physics]] and [[causality]].
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  • The band is only known to have played this song live once, at [[Copenhagen]] on their [[Led Zeppelin European Tour 1971|1971 European tour]], as has b
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  • A research conducted in Copenhagen, Denmark, at the University of Copenhagen's Department of Microbiology provides insight on how the antibiotic Azithro
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  • ...Denmark where he established the Islamic Cultural Centre of Scandinavia in Copenhagen, several smaller centres of Islamic learning in different parts of Denmark
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  • 1993 Copenhagen European Council[http://www.europarl.europa.eu/enlargement/ec/pdf/cop_en.pd
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  • ...|Danish ballerina Lucile Grahns, in a drawing made by an unknown artist in Copenhagen, Denmark (1838).}}
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  • Her criticism of [[Barack Obama]], at the climate conference in Copenhagen, is directed at an underlying political agenda. She quotes [[George Allen (
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  • ...returned for Led Zeppelin's [[Knebworth Festival 1979|1979 concerts]] in [[Copenhagen, Denmark]] and at the [[Concerts at Knebworth House|Knebworth Music Festiva
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  • On April 19, 1559, Tycho began his studies at the [[University of Copenhagen]]. There, following the wishes of his uncle, he studied law but also studie ...ad eight children, six of whom lived to adulthood. In 1574, they moved to Copenhagen where their daughter Magdalene was born. Kirsten and Tycho lived together
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  • ...X-rays on bactriophages. He then spent a desultory post-doctoral year in [[Copenhagen]] (Sept. 1950 to Sept. 1951) as a Merck Fellow of the National Research Cou
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  • ...lly for years, until the husband is suddenly called to attend the court in Copenhagen. The husband becomes infatuated with a young woman at court and leaves the
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  • In 1995 the [[United Nations]]' World Summit on Social Development, held in Copenhagen, adopted definitions of absolute poverty and overall poverty.
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  • Søren Kierkegaard was born to an affluent family in [[Copenhagen]], the capital of Denmark. His father, Michael Pedersen Kierkegaard, was a ...n]] and [[history]]. He went on to study [[theology]] at the University of Copenhagen, but whilst there he was drawn more towards [[philosophy]] and [[literature
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  • ...anation for this phenomenon, an extension of what is referred to as the '''Copenhagen Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics''', was presented in 1927, in his '''Pr
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  • ...sbn=3540850341 |year=2008 |edition=4th International Symposium, CMMR 2007, Copenhagen, Denmark, August 27-31, 2007 |publisher=Springer}}
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  • The [[Copenhagen interpretation]], due largely to the Danish theoretical physicist [[Niels B ...ries. The ''[[Bohr-Einstein debates]]'' provide a vibrant critique of the Copenhagen Interpretation from an epistemological point of view.
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  • ...'' (1837), one of the first steamships to cross the Atlantic, and the ''SS Copenhagen'', one of the largest rigged ships ever built.
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  • ...ange[http://www.businessgreen.com/business-green/news/2255214/gordon-brown-copenhagen-speech][http://www.parliament.uk/documents/commons/lib/research/rp2009/rp09
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  • ...r threat of legal action from Eva von Zeppelin, when they arrive for their Copenhagen concert. *3 May - European tour commences at the K.B. Hallen in Copenhagen, Denmark.
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  • ...ention of thromboembolic complications in chronic atrial fibrillation. The Copenhagen AFASAK study. | journal=Lancet | year= 1989 | volume= 1 | issue= 8631 | pag | Copenhagen AFASAK study<ref name="pmid2563096"/><br/>1989|| 1007 patients|| aspirin 75
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  • ...tenetwork.org/policy/copenhagen-accord-commitments Who's On Board With The Copenhagen Accord?] USCAN climate action network</ref>
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  • ...ivities 050201 - 050303, September 1999, European Environmental Agency, [[Copenhagen]], [[Denmark]] &nbsp;[http://reports.eea.eu.int/EMEPCORINAIR3/en/B521vs3.1.
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  • ...red recipients to have a permanent position. He stayed close to a year in Copenhagen working at the institute of [[Niels Bohr]]. During this period, Eduard (as
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  • ...cause their explanations are not falsifiable. He also argued against the [[Copenhagen interpretation]] of [[quantum mechanics]]. He disagreed with [[Niels Bohr]]
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  • ...Franklin was later present at the [[Battle of Copenhagen (1801)|Battle of Copenhagen]] in 1801. Following this he went on an expedition to explore the coast of
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  • ...o French by Brunnow, and published at Dresden, 1824 ; into Danish by Lund, Copenhagen,
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  • ...Franklin was later present at the [[Battle of Copenhagen (1801)|Battle of Copenhagen]] in 1801. Following this he went on an expedition to explore the coast of
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  • ...sher=World Scientific |quote=...first derived by N. Bohr in a thesis work (Copenhagen 1911). J.H. Van Leeuwen rediscovered and thoroughly discussed it in her the
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  • |[[Copenhagen]]
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  • ...a ''Divinity and Diversity: a Hindu revitalization movement in Malaysia'', Copenhagen Nias Press, first published in 2005, ISBN 8791114403,
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  • ..."The Challenge of Reducing International Trade and Migration Barriers", ''Copenhagen Consensus'', 2008]</ref>. However, a survey of the evidence led a House of
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  • ...lly among a wider programme of events; for example, the Circus Schumann in Copenhagen, Denmark or Cirkus (Stockholm)|Cirkus in Stockholm, Sweden.
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  • ..."The Challenge of Reducing International Trade and Migration Barriers", ''Copenhagen Consensus'', 2008]</ref>. However, a survey of the evidence led a House of
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  • ====Copenhagen interpretation==== ...w theory of [[quantum mechanics]], Einstein voiced his objections to the [[Copenhagen interpretation]] of the new equations. His opposition in this regard would
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  • ...The buildings were refurbished at a cost of DM 50M (about US $26M), by the Copenhagen architect's office 'Dissing+Weitling'<ref name="dissing">{{cite web | url=h
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  • ...inally, we all had brown eyes," said Hans Eiberg from the [[University of Copenhagen]].<ref name="msnbc.msn.com">{{cite news|first=Jeanna|last=Bryner|title= Gen
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  • *Copenhagen<ref name="Waters" />
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  • <td>[[Denmark]]</td><td>[[Copenhagen]]</td><td>[[Danish krone]]</td>
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  • ...scientists [[Max von Laue]] and [[James Franck]] were (illegally) sent to Copenhagen for safekeeping. When Germany invaded Denmark, chemist [[George de Hevesy]
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  • ...album cover received widespread attention when, at a February 1970 gig in Copenhagen, the band were billed as '[[The Nobs]]' as the result of a legal threat fro
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  • ...theories are not falsifiable. Popper also wrote extensively against the [[Copenhagen interpretation]] of [[quantum mechanics]]. He strongly disagreed with [[Nie
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  • ...e19th centuries. In 1669, '''Nicolaus Steno''' <ref>born Niels Steensen in Copenhagen, Denmark, 1638, died 1686[http://dadlnet.uni2.dk/~d228265/steno/steno.htm]<
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  • ...tember 1968}}</ref> followed by a second show at the Brøndby Pop Club in [[Copenhagen]]. With the tour concluded on 16 September, the band then entered Olympic S ...Castle, in the Forest of Dean. They then played a pair of warm-up shows in Copenhagen, followed by their last UK dates (their first since 1975) which took place
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  • ...tember 1968}}</ref> followed by a second show at the Brøndby Pop Club in [[Copenhagen]]. With the tour concluded on 16 September, the band then entered Olympic S ...Castle, in the Forest of Dean. They then played a pair of warm-up shows in Copenhagen, followed by their last UK dates (their first since 1975) which took place
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  • ...0071104170014/http://number10.gov.uk/output/Page13791.asp. ''Speech to the Copenhagen Conference on Climate Change'', 19 November 2007]</ref>.
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  • ...09198/ref=sib_dp_pt#reader-link |isbn=0061209198 |chapter=Chapter III: The Copenhagen interpretation of quantum theory}}
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  • A famous and very old restaurant in [[Copenhagen]]'s historic [[Nyhavn harbour]], [[Ida Davidsen]], serves up many imaginati
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  • ...a ''Divinity and Diversity: a Hindu revitalization movement in Malaysia'', Copenhagen Nias Press, first published in 2005, ISBN 8791114403
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  • ...ention of thromboembolic complications in chronic atrial fibrillation. The Copenhagen AFASAK Study. Lancet 1989; 1:175.</ref>
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  • ...he Nordic School of Holistic Health and Quality of Life Research Center in Copenhagen, Denmark; Nordic School of Holistic Medicine; the Kentucky Clinic Universit
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