Synonyms for hrafnhildur or Related words with hrafnhildur

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Examples of "hrafnhildur"
Pétur Gunnarsson lives in Reykjavík with his wife Hrafnhildur Ragnarsdóttir. They have two grown sons.
Hrafnhildur Guðmundsdóttir (born 9 July 1943) is an Icelandic former swimmer. She competed at the 1964 Summer Olympics and the 1968 Summer Olympics.
During the qualifiers for 2009 UEFA Þóra Tómasdóttir and Hrafnhildur Gunnarsdóttir followed the team and recorded the documentary "Stelpurnar okkar" (translated: Our Girls) which was premiered on August 14, 2009.
Hrafnhildur Skúladóttir (born 9 August 1977) is an Icelandic team handball player. She plays on the Icelandic national team, and participated at the 2011 World Women's Handball Championship in Brazil.
Hrafnhildur Lúthersdóttir (, born 2 August 1991) is an Icelandic swimmer. She was a member of the 4×100-medley relay competing at the 2012 Summer Olympics, but did not win a medal.
She recorded and mixed the "Black Habit" LP by Rings (featuring ex-members of First Nation). In 2006, she did a Take-Away Show video session shot by Vincent Moon. She was chosen by Animal Collective to perform at the All Tomorrow's Parties festival that they curated in May 2011. In 2012, Kristín performed in an exhibition by fellow Icelandic artist, Hrafnhildur Arnardottir. In 2014, she performed at ATP Iceland and the Reykjavík Arts Festival.
China's Shi Jinglin delivered a time of 1:06.37 to pick up the fourth spot, just ahead of Canada's Rachel Nicol (1:06.68) by about three tenths of a second. Iceland's Hrafnhildur Lúthersdóttir placed sixth in 1:07.18, while Lithuania's world-record holder Rūta Meilutytė could not reproduce her effort from London 2012 with a seventh-place time in 1:07.32. Jamaica's Alia Atkinson, fourth-place finalist at the previous Games, rounded out the top eight with a 1:08.10.
Due to the absence of the men's handball team, the National Olympic and Sports Association of Iceland sent the nation's smallest delegation to the Games for the first time since the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City. A total of eight athletes, three men and five women, were selected to the Icelandic team, competing only in athletics, judo, swimming, and artistic gymnastics. Attending his third straight Olympics, heavyweight judoka Þormóður Jónsson had been chosen by the committee to carry the Icelandic flag in the opening ceremony. Along with Jónsson, four other athletes also returned for their second Olympic appearance, including javelin thrower Ásdís Hjálmsdóttir, top 12 finalist from London 2012, and swimmers Anton Sveinn McKee, Eygló Ósk Gústafsdóttir, and Hrafnhildur Lúthersdóttir.
Ljubljana City Theatre aims to offer critical and communicative performances of different genres and performing principles. Besides staging classical drama works, the theatre's repertoire is oriented mainly towards contemporary drama, including works of international and Slovene playwrights. MGL was among the first theatre companies in the former Yugoslavia to promote the works of playwrights such as Jean Anouilh, Friedrich Dürrenmatt, Max Frisch, and Eugène Ionesco, and is today generally renowned as being the theatre which specialises in staging plays from outside the Anglo-Saxon domain, that is from less accessible sources, such as works by Nikolai Koljada, Per Olov Enquist, Lars Noren, Hrafnhildur Hagalín Gudmundsdóttir, Suzanne van Lohuizen, Janusz Głowacki, Mladen Popović, and others. In addition, Ljubljana City Theatre has a policy of consistently nurturing contemporary Slovene drama (staging plays of Slovene playwrights, such as Evald Flisar, Matjaž Zupančič, Milan Jesih, Matjaž Kmecl, Simona Semenič), while at the same time constantly taking on the challenge of the classic Slovene playwright, Ivan Cankar.