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PRIENPrograma de Investigaciones en Energia (Santiago, Chile)
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Chase Properties, an Ohio-based shopping centre owner/operator, has announced the acquisition of 135,000-square foot Prien Lake Shopping Center located in Lake Charles, Louisiana, the company said.
He has donated them to Prien --where he keeps his sailing yacht--to mark his formal retirement from his current position at Hologram Industries Research GmbH, the R&D division of SURYS (formerly Hologram Industries).
Prien now seeks a third party licensee to manufacture, market, and distribute the product for her under a royalty agreement.
The ship Prien had just sunk was the 2,407-ton Bosnia - the first of 31 ships he would destroy in the next two years.
The ferry across this paradisical lake takes around 20 minutes, and anyone coming from the centre of lovely little Prien can reach the pier on a quirky little Thomas the Tank Engine narrow-gauge railway, whose chuffy hoots can be heard all over the village.
Nestling in some 90 meters of water east of the Orkneys, Prien called the crew together and told them where they were going.
Amy Leanne Prien, 31, was convicted of murdering three-month-old Jacob Wesley Smith, who was found dead in their home in Riverside, California.
Prien regained ownership of the project at a $4.5 million foreclosure sale in February 1990.
The government's plan to privatise the channel will not be jeopardised by the investigation, according to Karoline Prien Kjeldsen, department head at the Danish culture ministry.
Another good bet is the little lakeside town of Prien am Chiemsee, about an hour by train from Munich (email: info@prien.chiemsee.de).
It consists of the proceedings of a symposium held in Prien in June 1990.