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  Jutland - LoveToKnow 1911
JUTLAND (Danish Jylland), though embracing several islands as well as a peninsula, may be said to belong to the continental portion of the kingdom of Denmark.
In the south the northernmost of the North Frisian Islands (Fanb) is Danish.
The German portion of the peninsula is generally similar to that of western Jutland, the main difference lying in the occurrence of islands (the North Frisian) off the west coast in place of sand-bars and lagoons.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Jutland   (772 words)

  
 South Jutland County - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
South Jutland County (Danish: Sønderjyllands Amt, German: Südjütlands Amt) is a county (Danish, amt) on the south-central portion of the Jutland peninsula in southern Denmark.
The county was formed on April 1, 1970, comprising the former counties of Aabenraa (E), Haderslev (N), Sønderborg (SE), and Tønder (SW).
The coat of arms of South Jutland County was designed in 1980 and is derived from the historic coat of arms of Schleswig which in turn is derived from the national coat of arms of Denmark.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/South_Jutland_County   (452 words)

  
 municipalities of denmark - Article and Reference from OnPedia.com
It is comprised of the five former municipalities (Allinge-Gudhjem, Hasle, Nex, Rnne and Aakirkeby) on the island Bornholm and the island's former county, Bornholm County.
Kbenhavn County (Copenhagen)- surrounds Copenhagen Municipality and Frederiksberg Municipality.
The 13 counties (amter) will be replaced with 5 new regions (regioner), while the 271 municipalities will be consolidated into around 100 larger units of at least 20,000 inhabitants and take over most of the responsibilities of the current counties.
www.onpedia.com /encyclopedia/Municipalities-of-Denmark   (140 words)

  
 arthritis pain relief - South Jutland County
Sønderjyllands Amt (English: South Jutland County) is a county in southern Denmark, on the peninsula of Jutland.
The name refers specifically to the southernmost 30 kilometers of the Danish part of the Jutland Peninsula that used to be a part of the former Duchy of Schleswig (Danish: Slesvig), a fief under the Danish Crown.
A small minority of ethnic Germans still lives in South Jutland, though far fewer than the Danish minority in Germany.
www.painreliefchat.com /arthritis-pain-relief/South_Jutland   (267 words)

  
 1st_SR_Denmark   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
In this connection it is noted that the German independent congregations in South Jutland constitute part of the North Schleswig Evangelical Lutheran congregations under the North Elbe Church in Northern Germany and is therefore able to work in coherence with the congregations south of the border.
German independent congregations in South Jutland are at equality with the Danish Evangelical Lutheran independent congregations in relation to use of churches of the Danish National Church, cf.
The agreement with South Jutland is unique in the sense that its chapters 2 and 4.4 embody provisions on intensified co-operation between Danish and German institutions etc. on both sides of the border.
www.coe.int /t/e/human_rights/minorities/2._framework_convention_(monitoring)/2._monitoring_mechanism/3._state_reports_and_unmik_kosovo_report/1._First_cycle/1st_SR_Denmark.asp   (14922 words)

  
 Southern Jutland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Situated as it is, bordering Germany, the region is both a business, a cultural and an educational link.
The Southern Jutland county covers an area of 3940 square kilometres and has 254.000 inhabitants.
Southern Jutland has more than 4000 workplaces, employing a total of approximately 120.000 people.
www.workindenmark.dk /Southern-Jutland   (270 words)

  
 2nd_SR_Denmark   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
South Jutland in Denmark and Schleswig in Germany – Danes and Germans live together in traditional residential areas.
As regards the German minority in South Jutland, it should be noted that in Denmark’s report on the implementation of the Framework Convention it is stated that, in terms of denomination, the vast majority of persons belonging to that minority are Evangelical Lutherans.
South Jutland County, Regional Office South Jutland-Schleswig, has provided information on the fact that the German minority – as is also the case with the majority population – is participating in the formation of Region South Jutland-Schleswig.
www.coe.int /T/e/human_rights/Minorities/2._FRAMEWORK_CONVENTION_(MONITORING)/2._Monitoring_mechanism/3._State_Reports_and_UNMIK_Kosovo_Report/2._Second_cycle/2nd_SR_Denmark.asp   (11124 words)

  
 Denmark Counties
South Jutland is mostly on Jutland, but includes some islands, such as Als, Årø, and Barsø in the Little Belt, and Rømø in the North Sea.
Jylland (Jutland in English) consisted of Nordlige Jylland, Sydøstlige Jylland, and Sydvestlige Jylland (Northern, Southeastern, and Southwestern Jutland).
Some sources show the counties without the districts; others show the districts as if they were counties.
www.statoids.com /udk.html   (1161 words)

  
 Nordjyllands Amt - The County of North Jutland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The County of North Jutland stretches from Mariager Fjord in the south to "Grenen" in the north.
The County of North Jutland is not just the name of a region it is also a public organisation.
The County Council and the 5 permanent committees determine both the priority of the tasks to ensure the money is used in the best possible way and the political goals of the county's work.
www.nja.dk /English/TheCountyOfNorthJutland.htm   (326 words)

  
 German-American World Historical Society
The Norwegian Vikings came mostly from the south and west of the country, where the land had been utilized to the maximum it could tolerate.
From their Scandinavian homeland, they explored the rivers of western Russia and Europe and sailed as far south as the Mediterranean Sea, north Afric and on to what is now Israel.
south of Oslo, whereby the Swedes accepted the Norwegian Constitution signed at Eidsvoll, with the amend- ments made necessary by the Union of the two kingdoms.
www.gawhs.org /ethnic.html   (13763 words)

  
 Erik Jacobsen
The Liberal Party - Member of the Folketing for the South Jutland County constituency from 21 Sept. 1994.
Born 27 July 1940 at Tinglev, son of Karl Jacobsen and Grethe J. Folkeskole (primary school) at Tinglev 1947 - 54 and continuation school at the same place 1955 - 56.
Chairman of the South Jutland Hauliers' Association 1978 - 98 and of the Danish Employers' Confederation at Aabenraa.
www.folketinget.dk /BAGGRUND/Biografier_english/Erik_Jacobsen.htm   (123 words)

  
 Drexel: COAS: C&C: Modern Languages: GERMAN   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
German is spoken primarily in Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, in two-thirds of Switzerland, in two-thirds of the South Tyrol province of Italy (in German, Südtirol), in the small East Cantons of Belgium, and in some border villages of the South Jutland County of Denmark.
Outside of Europe and the former Soviet Union, the largest German speaking communities are to be found in the U.S., Brazil and in Argentina where millions of Germans migrated in the last 200 years; but the great majority of their descendants no longer speak German.
Additionally, German speaking communities are to be found in the former German colony of Namibia, as well as in the other countries of German emigration such as Canada, Paraguay, Uruguay, Chile, Peru, Venezuela, South Africa, and Australia.
www.drexel.edu /coas/culturecomm/lang/german   (434 words)

  
 The German Minority in Denmark   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
SP is represented by eight town council members in different municipalities in South Jutland, and by one member on the South Jutland County Council.
There are corresponding contact committees in the municipalities of South Jutland where the Party of Schleswig is not represented on the town councils.
In 1975, a contact committee was established in Kiel in Germany to ensure contact with the Land government of Schleswig-Holstein in Kiel.
www.minority2000.net /Gr-4/t1gb2.htm   (246 words)

  
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The Social Democratic party's candidate for the West Zealand County constituency in 1971 and was elected the same year.
Member of the Folketing for the North Jutland County constituency from 8 Sept. 1987.
Member of the Folketing for the South Jutland County constituency 11 March 1998.
www.chez.com /vipsgov/denmark.htm   (3007 words)

  
 News1
On 7 June a suspicion of H5 HPAI infection in a flock of approximately 3000 geese in the south of Hungary in Bacs-Kiskun County was reported by the acting CVO in Hungary.
Mures county is part of the area that was blocked on account of the first outbreak detected in Brasov county.
On 4 April EFSA published a scientific statement on the role of migratory birds in the spread of Avian Influenza amongst bird populations in the EU.
www.fve.org /news/news1.htm   (12321 words)

  
 German 101 > German Language > Geography
German is spoken primarily in Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein, in two-thirds of Switzerland, in two-thirds of the South Tyrol province of Italy (in German, Südtirol), in the small East Cantons of Belgium, and in some border villages of the South Jutland County (in German, Nordschleswig, in Danish, Sønderjylland) of Denmark.
Generally, German immigrant communities in the USA have lost their mother tongue more quickly than those who moved to South America, possibly due to the fact that for Germans English is easier to learn than Portuguese or Spanish.
German is the third most taught foreign language worldwide, also in the USA (after Spanish and French); it is the second most known foreign language in the EU (after English) It is one of the official languages of the European Union.
www.101languages.net /german/geography.html   (361 words)

  
 Spartanburg SC | GoUpstate.com | Spartanburg Herald-Journal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Sønderborg (German: Sonderburg), is a municipality (Danish, kommune) in South Jutland County partially on the Jutland peninsula and partially on the island of Als in south Denmark.
The municipality is split into two sections separated by Als Fjord, the waterway which separates the island of Als from the Jutland mainland.
Defining its border to the north is Als Fjord; defining its border to the south is Flensborg Fjord leading into the Baltic Sea.
www.goupstate.com /apps/pbcs.dll/section?category=NEWS&template=wiki&text=Sonderburg   (461 words)

  
 Danish Institute of Border Region Studies
South Jutland does though differ from many other areas because of its location at an international border.
The present paper delivers an attempt to forecast which towns and retail centres are at risk of losing their present status.
South Jutland, retail trade, structural transformation, market shares, forecast.
www.ifg.dk /wp/02_03_en.htm   (217 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
German is spoken primarily in Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, in two-thirds of Switzerland, in the South Tyrol province of Italy (in German, Südtirol), in the small East Cantons of Belgium, and in some border villages of the South Jutland County (in German, Nordschleswig, in Danish, Sønderjylland) of Denmark.
Outside of Europe and the former Soviet Union, the largest German-speaking communities are to be found in the United States, Brazil and in Argentina where millions of Germans migrated in the last 200 years; but the great majority of their descendants no longer speak German.
It is spoken in the southeastern Netherlands, eastern Belgium, Luxembourg, parts of France, and in Germany approximately between the River Main and the southern edge of the Lowlands.
www.gamecheatz.net /games.php?title=German_language   (6564 words)

  
 North Sea Programme - About the Programme   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The overall aim of NTN II is to create a basis for regional development through the promotion of an intermodal transport corridor from Southern Norway and Western Sweden through Jutland and Northern Germany down to central Europe.
Main outcomes include documenting transport data in the corridor with an associated system for future data maintenance, and developing a system for the description of transport networks, terminals and route structures through the corridor for use as a common framework for the development of strategies and concrete actions.
This is a study project for a Green Nordic Hydrogen Transportation Corridor stretching from the South of Norway to Hamburg via Denmark.
www.interregnorthsea.org /project-details.asp?searchterm=&id=1-16-31-7-14-03   (702 words)

  
 Frode Sørensen
EU candidate for the Social Democratic Party in South Jutland County, 1993-1996.
Member of the Committee regarding South Slesvig Affairs from 2001.
»Sønderjylland skal ikke blive glemt - men har I glemt mig?« (South Jutland must not be Forgotten - but have you Forgotten Me?).
www.folketinget.dk /BAGGRUND/Biografier_english/Frode_Soerensen.htm   (196 words)

  
 Denmark / Planlegg turen / Velkommen - North Sea Trail   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
From here the trail continues along the eastern coast of Jutland from Grenaa, goes north to Skagen and continues south along the western coast of Jutland.
This coastal landscape is lush with farmland, forests, fjords, villages, towns and castles.
The landscape along the Western Ox Trail is rich in medieval churches, villages and archaeological sites and continues into Germany, where the trail is still demonstrable in the landscape of Karrharde.
www.northseatrail.org /index.php/no/plan_your_walk/denmark   (400 words)

  
 Fødevarestyrelsen - Latest news
The holding is situated within the already existing area B (that covers Funen County), which has been in place since 18 May 2006.
Gråsten is located within the surveillance zone established on 29 March 2006 in South Jutland County.
In addition the zones surrounding Stubbekøbing also in Storstrøm County have been removed except from the part of the surveillance zone, which is also included in the surveillance zone for Præstø.
www.uk.foedevarestyrelsen.dk /AnimalHealth/Avian_influenza/Latest_news/forside.htm   (2929 words)

  
 Slots- og Ejendomsstyrelsen - Sønderborg Castle - Sønderborg History
After Dorothea's death the castle passed into the ownership of the Dukes of Southern Jutland until 1667, when it became a Danish estate and was more or less unused until 1718.
The castle was more or less restored to its 1720 appearance - the windows from the barracks era were even replaced with "masks" - windows with broad wooden frames made of planks like the ones in Platen's castle.
Sønderborg Castle is owned by the Danish state, run by the Palaces and Properties Agency and used by Sønderborg Castle Museum, which is jointly owned by Sønderborg Municipality and South Jutland County.
www.ses.dk /39aa55f0   (418 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
This outbreak occurred in South Africa in 1961 and caused the death of approximately 1300 common terns [Becker, W.B. The isolation and classification of tern virus: influenza virus A/tern/South Africa/1961.
Grasten is located within the surveillance zone established on 29 Mar 2006 in South Jutland County.
International health officials had feared that the disease was likely to spread to Africa during the winter migration and return to Europe with a vengeance during the reverse migration this spring.
www.promedmail.org /pls/askus/f?p=2400:1001:6291033624963999914::NO::F2400_P1001_BACK_PAGE,F2400_P1001_PUB_MAIL_ID:1000,32908   (2323 words)

  
 Remote Sensing of the Ocean and Sea Ice 2003 - Conferences - Remote Sensing 2003 - Calls for Papers - Conferences - ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Eddies generated by the Canary Current south of Canary Islands when the flow passes through the archipelago define a high mesoscale variability of the sea level downstream of the islands.
Hovmöller diagrams of the altimetric data for 1997 and 1998 at 27N (south of Cape Jubi), 26N (Cape Bojador) and 25N (south of Cape Bojador) are analysed.
Both cyclones and anticyclones were observed in the satellite data as anomalies originating south of Gran Canaria or Tenerife islands and moving southward of Gomera and El Hierro islands.
www.spie.org /conferences/programs/03/ers/conferences/index.cfm?fuseaction=5233   (9808 words)

  
 German Information Center - german shepherd
German is spoken primarily in Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein, in two-thirds of Switzerland, in two-thirds of the South Tyrol province of Italy (in German, Südtirol), in the small East Cantons of Belgium, and in some border villages of the South Jutland County german map (Nordschleswig) of Denmark.
Generally, German immigrant communities in the USA lose their mother tongue more quickly than those who move to South America, possibly due to the fact that for Germans English is easier to learn than Portuguese or Spanish.
These neighbors are: in the north Frisian and Danish; in the east Polish, Sorbian, Czech, Slovak, and Hungarian; in the south Slovenian, Italian, Friulian, german shorthair pointer Ladin, and Romansh; in the west French.
www.scipeeps.com /Sci-Official_Languages_D_-_G/German.html   (3500 words)

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