Synonyms for pinnow or Related words with pinnow

nortorf              neukirch              steindorf              malchin              gersdorf              liebau              perleberg              niendorf              hartmannsdorf              dosse              neukirchen              thalheim              schnackenburg              loxstedt              siedlung              wolfhagen              abenberg              dahlenburg              stadtlengsfeld              torgelow              rahden              steinhorst              streitberg              bechhofen              hofberg              stollberg              schwalmtal              malsch              hohenfelde              vatterode              holtum              hochstadt              vluyn              werlte              eggenfelden              langenau              veltheim              holzhausen              meckl              witzenhausen              liebenthal              lohne              middelhagen              fredersdorf              meyenburg              friedrichsthal              dornheim              jork              baltmannsweiler              nittel             

Examples of "pinnow"
Pinnow may refer to the following places in Germany:
Pinnow () is a railway station in the town of Pinnow, Brandenburg, Germany. The station lies of the Angermünde-Schwedt railway and the train services are operated by Deutsche Bahn and Niederbarnimer Eisenbahn.
Hohenselchow-Groß Pinnow is a municipality in the Uckermark district, in Brandenburg, Germany.
Pinnow is a municipality in the Uckermark district, in Brandenburg, Germany.
Pinnow is a municipality in the Ludwigslust-Parchim district, in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany.
Oder-Welse is an "Amt" ("municipal federation") in the district of Uckermark, in Brandenburg, Germany. Its seat is in Pinnow.
Pniów (formerly German "Pinnow") is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Torzym, within Sulęcin County, Lubusz Voivodeship, in western Poland.
Großer See (Pinnow) is a lake in the Vorpommern-Greifswald district in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany. At an elevation of 10 m, its surface area is 0.64 km².
Godern is a village and a former municipality in the Ludwigslust-Parchim district, in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany. Since 1 January 2012, it is part of the municipality Pinnow.
The plot is centered on the life of the three sisters Katja Eumann (Dana Golombek), Claudia Ziegler-De Vries (Judith Pinnow) and Jessica De Vries (Carolin Kebekus) and their families.
The mayor of Lemmon is Neal Pinnow, who was elected in April 2008 to replace outgoing mayor Wally Dauwen. The city council has eight members. The Lemmon Police Department was absorbed by the Perkins County Sheriffs Department now having 3 deputies, along with a SD Highway Patrolman stationed in Lemmon and a 30-man volunteer fire department.
Studies in the late 20th century by (Heinz-)Jürgen Pinnow (1962, 1968, 1970, int. al.) and Michael E. Krauss (1964, 1965, 1969, int. al.) showed a strong connection to Eyak and hence to the Athabaskan languages. This relationship is now widely accepted.
Phthalonitrile was first described in 1896 by Johannes Pinnow. It was noted as a byproduct of the synthesis of ortho-dicyanodiazoamidobenzene via the reaction of ortho-amidobenzonitrile hydrochloride, sodium nitrite, and hydrochloric acid. The first intentional synthesis involved dehydration of phthalamide by boiling in acetic anhydride. Another synthesis of historical interest is the Rosenmund von Braun reaction in which an ortho substituted dihalobenzene is treated with copper(I) cyanide, which results in the halide groups being replaced by cyano groups.
Julie von Massow, née von Behr, was born in Pinnow, district of Greifswald (today part of Murchin) into a Pomeranian noble family, which held high positions in the court and government of Prussia. The visitors to her salon came from the highest echelons of society, and included Bismarck, Alexander von Humboldt, and members of the noble Stolberg family. She was originally Lutheran, but converted to Catholicism in 1885.
Franz Boas first suggested that Haida might be genetically related to the Tlingit language in 1894, and linguist Edward Sapir included Haida in the Na-Dené language family in 1915. This position was later supported by others, including Swanton, Pinnow, and Greenberg and Ruhlen. Today, however, many linguists regard Haida as a language isolate. This theory is not universally accepted; for example, Enrico (2004) argues that Haida does in fact belong to the Na-Dené family, though early loanwords make the evidence problematic. A proposal linking Na-Dené to the Yeniseian family of central Siberia finds no evidence for including Haida.
Born in Pinnow, Ihlefeld volunteered for military service in the "Reichswehr" of the Third Reich in 1933. Initially serving in the "Heer" (Army), he transferred to the "Luftwaffe" (Air Force) in 1935. Following flight training, he was posted to "Jagdgeschwader" 132 "Richthofen" (JG 32—132nd Fighter Wing) in 1937. He volunteered for service with the Condor Legion during the Spanish Civil War where he was assigned to 2. "Staffel" (2nd squadron) of "Jagdgruppe" 88 (J/88—88th Fighter Group). From February–July 1938, he claimed nine aerial victories, two remained unconfirmed. For his service in Spain he was awarded the Spanish Cross in Gold with Swords.
Firebrand was retired from racing to become a broodmare for Bentinck's stud. Firebrand was covered by the stallion Venison soon after her last race, but failed to conceive. In the following year she produced a colt by Venison named Incendiary. She was sold along with the mare Yorkshire Lady for £700 to Mr. Hart who exported the horses to Berlin in October 1845. As a broodmare at the Brandenburg State Stud at Neustadt, she produced three fillies and seven colts between 1846 and 1857. Firebrand died in 1861 at the stud of the Hon. Nobbe-Pinnow.
Ihlefeld was born on 1 June 1914 in Pinnow, at the time in the Province of Pomerania, a province of the Kingdom of Prussia, the son of a farm laborer. Following a machinist vocational education, he volunteered for military service in the "Reichsheer" on 1 April 1933. As a "Grenadier", he was first posted to "Infanterie-Regiment" 5 (5th Infantry Regiment) based in Stettin and in 1934 was posted to the aviation technical school at Jüterbog. In March 1937, he was assigned to the I. "Gruppe" (1st group) of "Jagdgeschwader" 132 "Richthofen" (JG 32—132nd Fighter Wing).
The Soviets eventually put German orphans in orphanages administered by Soviet military officers but staffed mostly with some of the remaining Germans. In Fall 1947, 4,700 German orphans were officially registered in Kaliningrad. In 1947 The Soviet Union sent trainloads of orphans to the communist GDR; these train rides took four to seven days, partly without food or toilet facilities and some children did not survive. In 1948, the children's village of Pinnow, then Kinderdorf Kyritz, was opened. Orphans who managed to live with Lithunian farmers remained there mostly undetected.
Through Usedom runs the island's main south road (Federal Highway B110), connecting the town to Pinnow on the mainland, and farther afield, Anklam. In the other direction, the B110 joins the B111, the road that runs along Usedom island's north shore, at Seebad Ahlbeck. Until 1945, the town had a railway station on the Ducherow-Swinemünde line, which now houses the island's nature park centre. Usedom today lies far from the island's only railway line, ("Usedomer Bäderbahn"). Usedom has a small harbour on the "Usedomer See", an inlet with a narrow opening – the "Kehle", or channel – into the lagoon.