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Encyclopedia > Seliger

Seliger may refer to one of the following.

Berthold Seliger (born 1928 in Dauba in Sudeten county) is a German rocket technical designer. ... A Redstone rocket, part of the Mercury program A rocket is a vehicle, missile or aircraft which obtains thrust by the reaction to the ejection of fast moving exhaust gas from within a rocket engine. ... The Berthold Seliger Forschungs- und Entwicklungsgesellschaft mbH (BSFEGmbH) was a company founded by Berthold Seliger in 1961, which developed and built prototypes of sounding rockets and launched them near Cuxhaven. ... This article needs to be wikified. ... Berthold Seliger (born 1928 in Dauba in Sudeten county) is a German rocket technical designer. ... Seliger (Russian: Селигер) is a lake in Novgorod and Tver Oblasts of Russia, in the northwest of the Valdai Hills, a part of the Volga basin. ...

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Bud Selig - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1753 words)
Selig has long been considered a hero by baseball fans in Milwaukee, and while such enthusiasm ebbed somewhat during the failed management term of his daughter, Selig is still recognized for all that he as done for baseball and its presence in Milwaukee.
Selig was heavily criticized for staging contraction hearings on the Minnesota Twins and the Montréal Expos less than 48 hours after the dramatic conclusion of the 2001 World Series.
Selig was eager to settle the case because the judge had previously ruled that the Expos could not be moved or contracted until the case was over.
Bud Selig (1624 words)
Selig was hailed as a hero in his home town, for bringing big league baseball back to Wisconsin after the National League's Milwaukee Braves had left for Atlanta four years earlier.
Selig's daughter, Wendy Selig-Prieb, took over as "acting president" of the Brewers, and Selig's investment in the team was -- not immediately, but eventually -- placed in a trust.
Selig decided that baseball's financial problems were caused by having too many teams in smallish cities, and he announced that at least two teams would be eliminated by the start of the 2002 season.
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