Synonyms for cathrin or Related words with cathrin
Examples of "cathrin"
Bretzeg (born 17 February 1965) is a Norwegian politician for the Conservative Party.
Austrian television host Cathy Zimmermann (originally
-Theres Zimmermann) was born on October 6, 1981 in Vienna, Austria.
Carlzon (born April 25, 1983) is a Swedish Olympic swimmer. She competed in the 2004 Summer Olympics, where she swam the 4×100 m freestyle prelims.
The Individual championship test grade IV equestrian event at the 2004 Summer Paralympics was competed on 22 September. It was won by Ann
Lubbe, representing .
The Individual freestyle test grade IV equestrian event at the 2004 Summer Paralympics was competed on 24 September. It was won by Ann
Lubbe, representing .
Giegerich (born 4 January 1992) is a German handball player. She plays for the club SG BBM Bietigheim, and on the German national team.
Engelina, the daughter of Ann-
and songwriter Henning Larsen, grew up on Bornholm with her two older sisters. She was originally a jazz and soul singer.
Puhl (born 4 April 1994) is a German rhythmic gymnast. She competed at the 2012 Summer Olympics and finished in tenth place in the team exercise.
Artists represented include Nel Aerts, Katherine Bernhardt, Billy Childish, Edith Dekyndt, Jessie Flood-Paddock, Thilo Heinzmann, Ann
November Høibo, John McAllister, Ivan Seal, David Brian Smith, Fergal Stapleton, Michael Stevenson, Sebastian Stöhrer, Catherine Story, Pieter Vermeersch and Tori Wrånes.
Skoog (born 1987, in Nälden, Sweden) is a Swedish model and call-centre agent. She has studied International Economy. She was the Swedish delegate in the 2006 Miss World pageant, held in Warsaw.
Schlüter (born ) is a German female volleyball player. She was part of the Germany women's national volleyball team at the 2006 FIVB Volleyball Women's World Championship in Japan. She played with Schweriner SC.
Eriksen, Camilla Carstens, Cecilie Leganger, Elisabeth Hilmo, Elise Alsand, Else-Marthe Sørlie, Heidi Tjugum, Janne Tuven, Jeanette Nilsen, Kjersti Grini "(captain)", Mette Davidsen, Mia Hundvin, Sahra Hausmann, Siv Heim Sæbøe, Tonje Larsen, and Trine Haltvik, Head Coach: Marit Breivik.
Eriksen (born September 9, 1971 in Bodø, Salten) is a former Norwegian team handball player and Olympic medalist. She received a bronze medal at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney with the Norwegian national team. She played 127 matches for the national team during her career, and scored 119 goals.
Oliv won Miss World Sweden on September 8, 2007 and was crowned by the host Marie Plosjö. Oliv succeeded last year's winner
Skoog. She completed her upper secondary high school education and one year at the Royal Ballet School. She has worked as a personal assistant for the disabled in Gothenburg.
Two years later, in 2006, by the same couple, a white lioness called "Ashanti" was born and survived to adulthood, for the first time in Italy. The cub, however, as claimed by biologist of the park, "
Schröder", was immediately removed from parental care, the mother didn't care about her, so the animal was artificially fed with a milk powder with high protein content.
Von Rüte is recorded as acquiring Bernese citizenship in 1528. In the same year he married the former nun
Hetzel von Lindnach. His origin and earlier biography is unknown. He has variously been identified as a native of Emmental, Solothurn, Aarau or Berne itself.
Christian von Alvensleben is the son of Anna Caroline von Alvensleben, cousin of Heinrich Graf von Lehndorff-Steinort. His daughter, Vera Gottliebe Anna Gräfin von Lehndorff, is the famous model and cousin to Christian von Alvensleben.Christian von Alvensleben has two sons from his divorced marriage to the American
Kimbel. He now works and lives close to Hamburg together with his wife Helga.
After the war, Haussegger settled down in Lebanon, Pennsylvania to raise his family. A homeowner and tavern keeper, he participated in the community, becoming a member of the fire association and a constable. He married
Elizabeth Guth and the couple had two daughters, Catherina (b. 1760) and Sarah who was born on 2 November 1761 in Myerstown, Pennsylvania and died on 19 October 1826 in Jonestown, Lebanon County, Pennsylvania.
Oslo Kunstforening is supported by the City of Oslo and the Arts Council Norway. Since 1986, OK has awarded an artist grant through the kind support of Sparebanken Oslo and Akershus. Since 2008, the Savings Bank Foundation DNB has awarded an annual grant in collaboration with OK to emerging artists. The grant has previously been awarded to Ellisif Hals and Susanne Skeide (2008), Ignas Krunglevicius (2009), Ann
November Høibo (2010), Kaia Hugin (2011), Marie Buskov (2012), Sandra Mujinga (2013), Ingrid Lønningdal (2014), Andrea Bakketun and Christian Tony Norum (2015) and Tor Børresen (2016).
During their own time, the children play ball games at the apartment blocks, and even older kids attend the games, including those from the higher stage of the Swedish primary school.
Åkerlund in class 5 A counts, och captures several people, but when capturing Sophie Sune tries to free her. Sune kicks the ball, which crashes into the apartment of a man called "Gäckande skuggan". He has sailed the seas, and rumors say his wife and children have disappeared. Joakim requires Sune to go picking up the ball. Sophie isn't afraid, and goes with Sune, and it soon turns out there is no "Gäckande skuggan", just Alvin Hjalmar Edwin Gren who isn't dangerous at all. He tells about his seaman life, and about being thrown into prison in Tunis after fighting with a Greek over a girl, and that it was his wife and children who left him. Sune feels pleased over knowing the truth.
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