Synonyms for birte or Related words with birte
Examples of "birte"
Viola [Da Gamba], Cello –
Schultz (tracks: 8)
He is the father of swimmer
Weigang, and his son Sven was also a footballer.
Siech (born 19 March 1967 in East Berlin) is a German rower.
gave up her swimming career, she became a coach.
Lund (born 20 November 1949) is a Norwegian civil servant and diplomat.
is a 1945 Danish family film directed by Lau Lauritzen Jr. and Alice O'Fredericks.
Bruhns (born 4 November 1970) is a retired German runner who specialized in the 800 metres.
Glang is a German actress, brand ambassador, fashion model, and lawyer. She started her career as a series regular on the award winning TV show Unter Uns. In 2012,
starred in the German James Bond parody “Agent Ranjid rettet die Welt”, produced by Constantin Film. In 2014, she was booked for a film with the comedian Nick Offerman.
Later on, many people come to mourn "Aunt
", to Annemarie's puzzlement. Nazis come to the house and see all the people and start questioning the family. They explain that Great-Aunt
has died, and they are carrying out traditional rituals. The Nazis order the casket opened, and Mrs. Johansen acts fast. She says that Great-Aunt
had typhus, a very contagious and dangerous disease, or so the doctor said. She goes to the casket to open it, but one of the soldiers slaps her and says they can open it when the soldiers leave.
Biehler, Daniela Borelli Dos Santos ,Mélanie Charles,Heather Cooper, Ana Mejed, Madeleine McAfee,Rosalie Boyd, Vanja Smiljanic, Aline Viana,Manon Vernay
Biehler, Daniela Borelli Dos Santos (Vice Captain),Mélanie Charles,Heather Cooper, Allira Hudson-Gofers, Madeleine McAfee,Aminta Thomas, Vanja Smiljanic (Captain), Aline Viana,Kayla Zissler.
Weiss (born 1 May 1941) is a Danish journalist and social democrat politician, who served in various capacities in the government of Denmark.
starred in “Was kostet die Liebe - ein Großstadtmärchen“, the German comedic version of the fairytale Cinderella, which was broadcast on SAT.1 and produced by Emmy-award-winning production company UFA Fiction.
Cheyenne Westphal (born September 1967) is the chairman of auctioneers Phillips. She was worldwide head of contemporary art at Sotheby's until April 2016, having joined the firm in 1990.. Westphal joined Phillips as Chairman in 2017.
He was elected to the Folketing in 1973. 1978-1979 he was Minister of Public Works in the Anker Jørgensen cabinet. In 1998 he became speaker of the Folketing defeating his Social Democrat rival,
Weiss, after a drawing of lots.
Karl Toosbuy trained as a shoemaker and by his early 30s, was running a Copenhagen factory. In 1963, he moved with his wife
and daughter Hanni to Bredebro on the west coast of Denmark, just north of the German border. Toosbuy started ECCO in what had been an empty factory.
Steven (born October 11, 1980) is a German former swimmer, who specialized in breaststroke events. She is a ten-time All-Pacific honoree, and also a sixth-place finalist in the 200 m breaststroke at the 2007 FINA World Championships in Melbourne, Australia. Since 2007, Steven currently holds a long-course German record of 2:25.33 from the national championships.
Komolong is of German and PNG parentage. He is the son of
and Miok Komolong. Some of his grandparents, cousins, and other family live in Hütten, Schleswig-Holstein. Komolong lived in Germany with his family for a year and a half beginning at age 12. He has one older and younger brother, Alwin and Kusuga.
The company started as "KERN Internationale Handels- und Vertriebsgesellschaft mbH (KERN international trade and distribution company)" (Logo) which was founded in 1969 by Manfred and Ruthild
Kern in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Initially, the company focused on data processing and printed products.
The company was founded by Peer Hougaard Nielsen og C.J. Nørgaard Pedersen in 1950.
Rørbæk and Lars Møller have been partners from 1976 and the company assumed its current name when they took full ownership of the company in 1989. As of 1 October 2005, the partnership was expanded with Bente Rørbæk Jørgensen, Nicolai Overgaard and Peter Villaume.
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