SUHL


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SUHLSylvania Universal High Level Logic (transistor-coupled logic integrated circuit)
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26 ( ANI ): Chandigarh's 20-year old Yashaswini Singh Deswal was crowned Junior World Champion in the Women's 10m Air Pistol at the end of day two of the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) Junior World Championship Rifle/Pistol, underway in Suhl, Germany.
The known manufacturers (with numerous subcontractors) were: Gustloff-Werke, Suhl (originally Simson & Co.
A grand jury in the Eastern District of Arkansas returned the six-count indictment on Wednesday charging Suhl with conspiracy to commit bribery and honest services fraud, three counts of honest services fraud, one count of federal funds bribery and one count of interstate travel in aid of bribery, according to a statement from federal prosecutors.
The company of Sempert & Krieghoff was founded in Suhl in 1886 to manufacture sporting guns and electrical parts.
THE National Rifle Association of India has suspended two junior shooters, despite the fact that a sexual harassment complaint against them by a female colleague regarding a verbal incident at a competition in Suhl, Germany, was dismissed.
Our goal was to create an app that replicated the real world experience of going to a party or bar full of potentially eligible people," said Sean Suhl, founder of Let's Date.
The app resulted from a frustration with other dating apps, according to Suhl, who described them as "artificial and laborious".
Baguette production will continue at Lantmannen's factory in Suhl, where state-of-the-art equipment is said to be better suited to meet the requirements of today's market.
I have a highly technical book on hunting rifles and shotguns written in German by Engineer and Master Gunsmith Willi Barthold, Suhl, and published in 1969 by VEB Verlag Technik, Berlin.
Clifford, on April 15, 2002, also by her first husband, Chief Petty Officer Robert Suhl, who died serving in World War II; and by two brothers, Walter Johnson and Harold Johnson.