Synonyms for cordula or Related words with cordula

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Examples of "cordula"
Eurylomia cordula is a moth of the Arctiidae family. It is found in Mexico and Honduras.
"", a German-language movie directed by Cordula Kablitz-Post, released in German cinemas on 30 June 2016.
It is named after of Cordula "Cordie" Astrid Robinson, planetary geologist at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics.
Cordula Möller is a Namibian professional racing cyclist. In 2008 she won the Namibian National Road Race Championships.
He was the third (but eldest surviving) son of Adolph I, Prince of Anhalt-Köthen, by his wife Cordula, daughter of Albert III, Count of Lindau-Ruppin.
In Ruppin on 2 November 1442 Adolph married Cordula (died 1 June 1508), daughter of Albert III, Count of Lindau-Ruppin. They had seven children:
Amalia of Neuenahr (April 6, 1539 – April 10, 1602) was the daughter of Gumprecht of Neuenahr and Cordula of Holstein Schauenburg.
He was the fifth and youngest son of Adolph I, Prince of Anhalt-Köthen, by his wife Cordula, daughter of Albert III, Count of Lindau-Ruppin.
In 1988, Kendal received what she considered to be her first major job – a fashion story for Italian Vogue with model Cordula Reyer and the photographer Albert Watson.
The main cast have included Cordula Stratmann, Annette Frier, Martin "Maddin" Schneider, Michael Kessler and Ralf Schmitz. They interchange with dozens of other guests.
Cäcilia Cordula Stamm (23 October 1727 – 22 August 1793) was the mother of Constanze Weber and the mother-in-law of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Cordula Reyer (born 1964) is an Austrian runway, magazine and advertisement model who later became a fashion journalist. She rose to prominence during the supermodel era of the 1980s and 1990s.
As of 2007, he sometimes appears in the improvisational comedy series "Schillerstraße", playing the role of Cordula Stratmann's father. Since 15 July 2006, von der Lippe has also presented the programme "Extreme Activity" on the commercial station ProSieben.
In 2013, Klum was criticized by German comedian Cordula Stratmann, who branded Klum "the face and soul of a cold-hearted, disgusting production" and "the trainer in malice and condescension."
Cordula was, according to a legend in an edition of the Roman Martyrology presented in an English translation on a traditionalist Catholic website, one of Ursula's companions: "Being terrified by the punishments and slaughter of the others, Cordula hid herself, but repenting her deed, on the next day she declared herself to the Huns of her own accord, and thus was the last of them all to receive the crown of martyrdom". In his "Albert the Great", Joachim Sighart recounts that, on February 14, 1277, while work was being done at the church of St John the Baptist (Johanniterkirche) in Cologne, Cordula's body was discovered; it was fragrant and on her forehead was written: "Cordula, Queen and Virgin"; when Albert the Great heard of the finding, he sang mass and transferred the relics. Later, Cordula's supposed remains were moved to Königswinter and Rimini. Cordula's head was claimed by the Cathedral of Palencia.
The setting of the show is the living room of the main actor (until 2008 Cordula Stratmann, in 2009 Jürgen Vogel - all the actors keep their real names) who lives on the fictional street "Schillerstraße" in Cologne, Germany. The main character is regularly visited by friends and relatives. The participants only know the topic of the episode in advance. The whole plot has to be improvised comically. The cast receive directions from the "Spielleiter" (game master) on their headphones, and have to follow the cues, e.g. "Cordula: Tell the others you're pregnant!". The show mostly airs unedited and things that go wrong are not removed, either.
Under the name of Lichter Filmtage Frankfurt/Rhein-Main, the festival now known as Lichter Filmfest Frankfurt International wasinitiated by festival director Gregor Maria Schubert in 2008. The festival was founded by Gregor Maria Schubert, Stephan Limbach, Mark Liedtke, Alexander Dumitran, and Cordula Mack.
Sacred Waters (German:An heiligen Wassern) is a 1960 Swiss drama film directed by Alfred Weidenmann and starring Hansjörg Felmy, Cordula Trantow and Hanns Lothar. It was based on a novel by Jakob Christoph Heer, which had previously been made into a film in 1932.
Gemen is first mentioned in 962. In 1282 Gemen becomes a fief of the Counts of Cleves. The Lords of Gemen became extinct in 1492, and Gemen passed to Counts of Schaumburg and Holstein-Pinneberg through the heiress Cordula of Gemen, to form the County of Schaumburg and Gemen.
Arthur Verhoeven, a student of August De Boeck a Lodewijk Mortelmans, was a sacristan-organist at the Saint-Cordula church in Schoten. As a composer, his main period of activity took place between 1910 and 1930, the year in which he finished his opera "Valentijn". After this period of time, he mainly limited himself to rearranging previous compositions.