Synonyms for cathrine or Related words with cathrine
Examples of "cathrine"
Lindahl (born February 26, 1970 in Härnösand as
Norberg) is a Swedish curler from Östersund.
Anker was married to Petronelle Didrikke
Tank (1806-1833) daughter of Carsten Tank. Following her death, he married
Olava Nicoline Gløersen (1814-1902).
Winnes, born 1977, is a Norwegian music conductor.
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In November 2008, Tom Ivar died of bone cancer in addition to a fall from the main staircase at Hotel Cæsar, after accidentally being pushed down by his daughter
admitted when Tom Ivar was comatose, that she hoped he would die.
felt that she always was his second daughter after Cecilie, who he admired and loved openly.
Sophie Magdalene was distantly related with King Christian VII's mistress, Anne
Benthagen, the famous "Støvlet-
", who reportedly was the illegitimate daughter of Prince Georg Ludwig of Brunswick-Bevern, whose sister was married with one of the queen's brothers.
He was the youngest living son of captain Christian Fredrik Graff (1818–1893) and
Magdalene Bull Wiel. In 1882 he married Benta Tomine Marie
Baastad. Their son Ragnvald Graff became a major and barrister.
(1626-1676) was a Danish courtier and philanthropist. She was the favorite of the queen of Denmark, Sophie Amalie of Brunswick-Lüneburg, and known as the founder of "Abel Cathrines Stiftelse" (The Abel
Rosenkrantz (1659 – 1 August 1746) was a Dano–Norwegian noblewoman, courtier and spy.
Sars (née Welhaven; 17 August 1811 – 27 December 1898) was a Norwegian socialite.
"Lise" Welhaven (6 March 1815 – 26 July 1901) was a Norwegian writer.
Soon after, she was replaced by
Paulsen in May of that year.
He was named royal painter in 1706. He married Helle
Robring in 1707.
Sethne (25 September 1872 – 26 April 1961) was a Norwegian educator and trade unionist.
finished 8th in the league with a .411 3-point FG percentage.
Larsåsen (born December 5, 1986) is a Norwegian pole vaulter.
He is married to current editor-in-chief of "Samtiden",
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Square. (Serapeum & Pompey's Pillar)
Wiklander and Erik Lihm rerecorded the song in 2013.
Boye (March 7, 1742 – October 17, 1824) was a Danish hymnwriter.
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