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is a singer/songwriter based in Auckland, New Zealand.
(born July 30, 1965) is a German–American author, consultant and professor.
Other than interview or performance appearances, Jan
has occasionally dabbled in acting.
(born 14 January 1971) a.k.a. "Hell on Wheels" is a German Ironman triathlete. His biggest achievement is winning the 1997 Ironman World Championship.
was also second in the event in 1995 (to Mark Allen) and 1996 (to Luc Van Lierde).
As commander of , and Hans-Jürgen
is credited with the sinking of three merchant ships for a total of , a warship of and damaging two ships of .
Pembleton (Andre Braugher) and Bayliss (Kyle Secor) are called to investigate the shooting death of Charles Courtland Cox, a small-time drug peddler shot in the back shortly after a police raid of a crackhouse. When Pembleton suspects a police shooting, Lt. Tyron (Michael S. Kennedy) explains Officer
(Jeffrey Mandon) accidentally shot Cox after falling down and discharging his weapon. However,
does not recall details and appears nervous by questioning from Pembleton. Gee is angry with Pembleton's inquiries into the police, and becomes even angrier when Colonel Granger (Gerald F. Gough) and Captain Barnfather (Clayton LeBouef) say they will make
a scapegoat if the media start suggesting racism or police brutality.
is cleared when tests reveal the bullet does not match his gun, but Pembleton requests the firearms of the other officers be tested. Gee refuses to approve the tests, but Pembleton gets Barnfather to order them.
has released three solo studio albums, "It's My Sin" in 1992, "Tremble" in 1995 and "All Grown Up" in 2009.
(October 21, 1831 – September 24, 1895) was a German agricultural chemist who discovered that leguminous plants assimilate the free nitrogen of the atmosphere.
Working With Walt disbanded sometime by the late 1980s with Jan
going on to a solo music career, and David Wood helping form Straitjacket Fits.
1915 was a Austro-Hungarian water-cooled heavy submachine gun produced during World War I in very limited prototype numbers.
Schroeteler transferred to the U-boat service in September 1941 and sailed on one patrol from 23 April 1942 to 15 July 1942 on as a "Kommandantenschüler" (commander-in-training) under the command of Hans-Jürgen
She was laid down at the Deutsche Werft (yard) in Hamburg as yard number 364 on 3 July 1942, launched on 3 February and commissioned on 21 April with "Kapitänleutnant" Hans-Jürgen
In 1999 Dobbyn joined Jan
and Toi Iti to co-write "Read About It", the theme song of the Duffy Books in Homes programme which is still performed by 100,000 children annually.
is also partner in a business consulting company, specialized on digital transformation. In his role as professor and consultant he is a frequent member of a delegation to the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy in Germany.
and the entire crew of "U-543" were killed by depth charges and a homing torpedo from Grumman TBF Avenger aircraft (VC-58) of the US escort carrier on 2 July 1944.
The album "Lost Songs" was released in April 2013. A collection of previously unreleased material - demos, live sessions and studio work from 1990 - 2000 which
had remastered from DAT and cassette recordings.
Biological nitrogen fixation was discovered by the German agronomist Hermann
and Dutch microbiologist Martinus Beijerinck. Biological nitrogen fixation (BNF) occurs when atmospheric nitrogen is converted to ammonia by an enzyme called a nitrogenase. The overall reaction for BNF is:
set the bike course record at the 1996 championship race with a time of 4:24:50; which had stood for 11 years, until Normann Stadler finished the bike course in a new record time at 4:18:23.
Rose-Noëlle was a trimaran that capsized at 6am on June 4, 1989 in the southern Pacific Ocean off the coast of New Zealand. Four men (John Glennie, James Nalepka, Rick
and Phil Hoffman) survived adrift on the wreckage of the ship for 119 days.
is currently appointed in a teaching position at Macromedia University in Munich, Germany, where he has been part of a digital learning initiative on Design Thinking. He has been a faculty member in various universities since 2007, and held a position as Dean of Studies in Visual and Corporate Communications at Fresenius University's School of Design.
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