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  1. 17/07/2022 · Slagelse fra Danmark har spillet 1 kamp(e) mod F.C. København. ... SlagelseWikipedia. Senest relateret i galleriet . Stemning og kamp 19. Okt 2005.

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    hace 2 días · Odense - Wikipedia Odense Odense ( / ˈoʊdənsə / OH-dən-sə, US also / ˈoʊθənsə / " OATH " -ən-sə, [3] Danish: [ˈoˀðn̩sə] ( listen)) is the third-largest city in Denmark . It has a population of 180,863 (1 January 2022), [1] and is the main city of the island of Funen.

    • Denmark
    • 5000–5270
  3. › wiki › Niels_BohrNiels Bohr - Wikipedia

    31/07/2022 · Niels Henrik David Bohr ( Danish: [ˈne̝ls ˈpoɐ̯ˀ]; 7 October 1885 – 18 November 1962) was a Danish physicist who made foundational contributions to understanding atomic structure and quantum theory, for which he received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1922. Bohr was also a philosopher and a promoter of scientific research.

  4. 25/07/2022 · Weidner Field, previously Coleman Park, Sand Creek Stadium, and Switchbacks Stadium; now Switchbacks Training Stadium (no other names have been sponsored) Wachovia Center, originally CoreStates Center and First Union Center, now Wells Fargo Center. Westpac Park, reverted to original name of Seddon Park.

  5. 01/08/2022 · University of California, Riverside - Wikipedia University of California, Riverside The University of California, Riverside ( UCR or UC Riverside) is a public land-grant research university in Riverside, California. It is one of the ten campuses of the University of California system.

  6. 29/07/2022 · AGF Fodbold. 3F Superligaen, 10. AGF er en fodboldklub med hjemmebane på Ceres Park (En del af Atletion) i Aarhus. Klubben er en del af Aarhus Gymnastikforening af 1880 som blev stiftet i 1880. Fodbold kom dog først til i 1902. Fodboldklubben er en af de mest succesfulde danske klubber med 5 danske mesterskaber og 9 pokaltitler (dansk rekord ...

  7. 27/07/2022 · Climate change in Europe has resulted in an increase in temperature of 1.9 °C (2019) in Europe compared to pre-industrial levels. According to international climate experts, global temperature rise should not exceed 2 °C to prevent the most dangerous consequences of climate change; without reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, this could happen before 2050.