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Eventually these Czech hymns were translated for the use of German-speaking Brethren and published in Ein new Gesengbuchlen (Jungbunzlau, 1531; DKL [1531.sup.02]), edited by Michael Weisse.
12 February 2014 - US growth oriented master limited partnership Delek Logistics Partners LP (NYSE:DKL), or DKL, said one of its subsidiaries had bought storage tanks and a products terminal located at the El Dorado refinery owned by energy group Delek US Holdings Inc (NYSE:DK) for USD95.9m (EUR70.3m) in cash.
These volumes are the latest to be published within Abteilung III, Band 1, of the extensive project Das deutsche Kirchenlied (DKL), which will eventually comprise a critical edition of all the hymn and hymn-related melodies associated with German texts published between 1481 and 1680.
American Midstream Partners (AMID) announced it has entered into a definitive agreement for the sale of its refined products terminalling business to DKGP Energy Terminals LLC, a joint venture between Delek Logistics Partners (DKL) and Green Plains Partners (GPP) for approximately $138.5M in cash, subject to working capital adjustments.
Around thirty-five years ago the ambitious research and publication project Das deutsche Kirchenlied (DKL) was begun.