Synonyms for berit or Related words with berit
Examples of "berit"
Zapffe married twice. He remained married to his second wife
Zapffe until his death in 1990.
herself died in May 2008. Zapffe remained childless by choice.
Ås has since added two supplementary master suppression techniques.
Nøkleby (born 25 September 1939) is a Norwegian historian.
und Patten, Sean: "Live is Life’.
Stumpf und Sean Patten im Gespräch mit Kathrin Tiedemann". In: TheaterKulturVision. Arbeitsbuch von Theater der Zeit. Ed. by Therese Hörnigk, Bettina Masuch, Frank M. Raddatz. Berlin 1998, p. 34-38
Hætta was born in Guovdageaidnu, Finnmark, the son of Jacob Mathisen Hætta and
Aslaksdatter Sara. He was the brother of Aslak Hætta, and married
Hansdatter Gaup in 1868.
Gjerde (born 28 April 1954) is a Norwegian politician for the Liberal Party.
"The Wedding of
Johnson and Ian W. Hill" (The Too Soon Festival)
Erbe (4 September 1923 – 13 May 2009) was a Danish-Norwegian actress and theatrical historian.
Immig and Johannes von Weizsäcker first met when playing in band Karamasov (Satellite Records).
Oskal Eira (born 1 March 1951) is a Norwegian politician for the Labour Party.
Berthelsen, née Tøien (born April 25, 1944) is a retired athlete from Norway. She represented IL Tyrving.
Christians critical of both "Harry Potter" and homosexuality responded pointedly to the revelation. Christian author
Olympic figure skaters include Andreas Krogh (1920), Margot Moe (1920), Nanna Egedius (1936), Marit Henie (1948),
Unn Johansen (1964).
Winge Brænne (18 September 1918 – 6 September 1976) was a Norwegian actress, children's writer and songwriter.
Christoffersen she finished 5th in the women's lightweight double sculls at the 1996 Summer Olympics.
The chair is Knut Grøholt and the deputy chair is
Skarholt. The current director general is Carsten Paludan-Müller.
Andersen (born 2 December 1951 in Søgne) is a Norwegian politician for the Conservative Party.
Högman, born 1958, is a Swedish social democratic politician who has been a member of the Riksdag since 2002.
Menuchah (Hebrew: ספר ברית מנוחה) (also
Menuḥah, Berith Menuḥa, or Brit Menucha) is a practical kabbalistic work written in the 14th century, by Rabbi Abraham ben Isaac of Granada. It consists of a system of theurgy which uses secret names of God and his emanations for spiritual and magical purposes. An English translation thereof was published in 2007.
travelled to Þingvellir Iceland in 1930 and took many photos documenting the 1000th anniversary of the national parliament Alþingi. Many photos are available at the Swedish National Heritage Board;
donated many of her photographs to the Heritage Board in the 1980s, hoping they would be of use to future researchers.
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