Synonyms for edeltraud or Related words with edeltraud

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Examples of "edeltraud"
Klueting is married to Edeltraud Klueting, who is also Catholic theologian and historian, and has two adult children.
Beate Edeltraud Peters (born 12 October 1959 in Marl, North Rhine-Westphalia) is a retired West German javelin thrower.
Daniela Knapp is an Austrian cinematographer. Her film credits include "Eine Insel namens Udo", "Edeltraud und Theodor", "The Poll Diaries" and "Emma's Bliss".
Daniel, oldest child of Edeltraud and Manfred Mattes, grew up in Freiburg, Germany and Wels, Austria. He has two brothers, Sebastian and Simon.
Ziffer currently lives in Berlin, and is married to actress Edeltraud Elsner. He is the father of voice actress Julia Ziffer.
Dioceses and the diocese borders from the early Middle Ages to the Present (Mit-Hrsg. with Edeltraud Klueting and Hans-Joachim Schmidt); Herder, Rome, 2006 ISBN 978-3-451-26857-1.
Pious women as learned women. Education, Science and Art in the female Religiosentum the Middle Ages and Modern Times (Mit-Hrsg. with Edeltraud Klueting); Archiepiscopal Diocesan and Cathedral Library, Cologne, 2010 (Libelli Rhenani the Diocesan and Archdiocesan Cathedral Library writings on the Rhenish churches and regional history. and for book and library history, Volume 37), ISBN 978-3-939160-30-4.
In 1956 Collom married Edeltraud Maria Teresia Hopps in Munich, Bavaria, Germany. They moved to the United States in 1958, eventually settling in Boulder, Colorado. They had three sons; Nathaniel, Christopher, and Franz. They divorced in 1974, and Jack had a daughter, Sierra, through a second marriage, to Mara Meshak.
At the abbey, she worked first as an organist and member of the "Choralschola", then took care of the elderly and sick in the infirmary. In summer of 2000 she was chosen by the convent to succeed Edeltraud Forster as the abbess. She was ordained on 3 October 2000 by Bishop Franz Kamphaus.
Edeltraud Koch (also Edeltraut; born 13 September 1954) is a retired German swimmer. She won a bronze medal at the 1970 European Aquatics Championships in the 100 m butterfly, and a bronze medal at the 1972 Summer Olympics in the 4 × 100 m medley relay. In the relay, West Germany used different swimmers in the preliminaries and in the final; Koch swam in the preliminaries.
Erwin Teufel (born 4 September 1939 in Zimmern ob Rottweil) is a German politician of the CDU. Teufel was the leader of the CDU parliamentary faction in the state parliament ("Landtag") of Baden-Württemberg from 1978 to 1991. He was Minister President of Baden-Württemberg and chairman of the CDU state party group from 1991 to 2005, serving as President of the Bundesrat in 1996/97. Teufel is an honorary member of A.V. Cheruskia Tübingen, a catholic student fraternity which is a member of the Cartellverband. He is married with Edeltraud and has four childrren.
ÖVP vice federal chairwoman, vice state chairwoman for Tyrol and former state councillor Elisabeth Zanon resigned all her party offices and even publicly considered renouncing her party membership after she was not confirmed as a Tyrolean state councillor in the new cabinet of former interior minister and new governor Günther Platter after the 2008 election in Tyrol, stating that the new political style was unacceptable to her. ÖVP MP and former state secretary for infrastructure Helmut Kukacka announced on 23 July 2008 that he would also stand down from politics and go into business instead. Carinthian ÖVP MP Klaus Auer also retired, stating his dislike for the current kind of politics in Carinthia (referring especially to Haider's populist actions). MPs Karl Freund, Walter Murauer and Edeltraud Lentsch will also retire. Health minister Andrea Kdolsky said she would like to stay on as minister and initially claimed that it had not yet been decided whether she would stand as a candidate on the ÖVP's lists, but later announced she would not stand on the party's lists. On 20 August 2008, it became apparent that Kdolsky would not serve any political function after the election, reportedly because of internal dissent over her popularity; she had reportedly been strongly lobbied by many party members to withdraw from politics. Economy minister Martin Bartenstein announced he would not be willing to stay as minister in a government led by Faymann, voicing preferences for an ÖVP–FPÖ–BZÖ coalition instead. When Faymann stated that he would lay claim to the foreign ministry for the SPÖ after the election in coalition negotiations, Schüssel strongly rebuked him on 5 September 2008, criticising the SPÖ's party line on the EU and on foreign affairs in general.