Synonyms for antje or Related words with antje
Examples of "antje"
Harvey (born May 10, 1967 in Magdeburg, as
Misersky) is a former German cross country skier and biathlete.
Nikola Mönning, known as
Mönning, (born 2 February 1978 in Lüdinghausen, North Rhine-Westphalia, West Germany) is a German actress.
III, Reid Ferring,
Justus, Medea Nioradze, Merab Tvalchrelidze,
In 1976, the zoo acquired a female Pacific talking walrus which Hagenbeck named
after his sister.
became the logo of the north German television network NDR from 1983 to 1996. In 2003,
died and is now stuffed and on display at the zoological museum of Hamburg. In 2013, Tierpark Hagenbeck gained a male and three female walruses from Moscow.
Duvekot, Meg Hutchinson, and Natalia Zukerman)
Duvekot, Meg Hutchinson, and Anne Heaton)
Duvekot, Anne Heaton, and Natalia Zukerman)
Strubel was born in Potsdam and grew up in Ludwigsfelde, East Germany. After leaving school,
Strubel first worked as a bookseller in Potsdam, and then studied literature, psychology and American studies in Potsdam and New York. In New York she also worked as a lighting assistant in a theater. Born
Strubel, she took the name Rávic to designate her writing identity.
Christina Odenberg retired on March 31, 2007, and was succeeded by
The current artistic director is
Weithaas and the fourteen members are
In Sweden he met the Church of Sweden's archbishop
Utgaard (born August 20, 1994) is a model and actress from Wisconsin.
Gleichfeld (née Braasch on 31 March 1938) is a retired German middle-distance runner.
Kempfeld’s mayor is Wolfgang Wannemacher, and his deputies are Horst Albohr and
Weisgerber (1922–2004) was a German film and television actress.
Hitler's Heroines: Stardom and Womanhood in Nazi Cinema is a 2003 book written by
The primate of the Church of Sweden is the archbishop of Uppsala, currently
Frank (born 5 June 1968 in Bartmannshagen) is a German rower.
Stille competed in swimming at the 1976 Olympics.
was born during the 1959 edition of the Berlin International Green Week, a trade fair for agriculture and nutrition. Apparently, a young Dutch woman from The Hague named
was working the booth of the Dutch Dairy Organization (NZB), serving cheese; when she fell ill and her colleagues kept being asked "where Frau
was", the chief of the NZB decided there was commercial potential in the idea. He hired Kitty Janssen to be the first Frau
(1961), dressed in a supposedly traditional Dutch costume and wearing wooden shoes.
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