Synonyms for lainer or Related words with lainer
Examples of "lainer"
is the son of Leo
, who played for SV Austria Salzburg and the Austrian national team.
On 1 July 2015,
transferred to FC Red Bull Salzburg on a three year contract for £140,000.
(born 27 August 1992) is an Austrian footballer who plays as right defender for FC Red Bull Salzburg.
(born September 10, 1960) is a retired Austria international footballer who made more than 500 appearances in the Austrian Bundesliga.
(born June 20, 1914) was an Austrian figure skater who competed in ladies singles. She finished ninth at the 1936 Winter Olympics.
Prior to the start of the season the Astros acquired outfielder Billy Hatcher from the Cubs for Jerry Mumphrey.
also made a change in the pitching staff, going with a three-man rotation to start the season. This allowed Lanier to keep his three starters (Nolan Ryan, Bob Knepper, and Mike Scott) sharp and to slowly work in rookie hurler Jim Deshaies. Bill Doran and Glenn Davis held down the right side of the field but
rotated the left side. Denny Walling and Craig Reynolds faced the right-handed pitchers while Phil Garner and Dickie Thon batted against left-handers.
knew the Astros had talent and he put it to work.
In the same year Estonian rock musician Gunnar Graps invited him to his Magnetic Band where Kobrin played the guitar in 1983–1984. In 1984, after Magnetic Band was forbidden performing in the Soviet Union, he joined
, a band of Estonian singer Jaak Joala. In 1986, several musician from
and Muusik Seif, a band of Tõnis Mägi, formed Kobrin Blues Band, a special project to perform at "Levimuusikapäevad" festival in Tartu. Later the same musicians formed Ultima Thule. Kobrin together with Riho Sibul became the main songwriters of the band.
Otto Konrad, Herbert Ilsanker – Christian Fürstaller, Leo
, Peter Artner, Wolfgang Feiersinger – Thomas Winklhofer, Hermann Stadler, Franz Aigner, Adi Hütter, Tomislav Kocijan, Mladen Mladenović, Arnold Freisegger, Martin Hiden – Heimo Pfeifenberger, Martin Amerhauser, Nikola Jurčević, Eduard Glieder, Ralph Hasenhüttl, Klaus Dietrich, Dejan Računica, Helmut Rottensteiner, Gerhard Struber – Manager: Otto Barić
"Mount McKinley" (AGC 7), was laid down as "Cyclone", a transport, on 31 July 1943 by North Carolina Shipbuilding Company, Wilmington, North Carolina; launched on 27 September, sponsored by Mrs. T. L.
; renamed "Mount McKinley" on 27 December 1943; and commissioned at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard on 1 May 1944, with Captain Roy W. M. Graham in command.
In 2010, St. Louis Cardinals minor-league shortstop
Bueno received a 50-game suspension for the 2011 season as a result of testing positive for clenbuterol. Cyclist Alberto Contador of Spain was banned for two years from professional cycling after testing positive for the drug at the 2010 Tour de France.
Near the completion of the painting, Manet showed the work to his former master. Asked for his opinion, Couture is said to have retorted: "An absinthe drinker! And they paint abominations like that! My poor friend, you are the absinthe drinker. It is you who have lost your moral sense." (quoted, for example, in
, and in Adams).
The Palais Equitable was damaged in World War II but was restored in 1949. The entrance area was renovated by Rüdiger
in 1997. Today the building houses offices of various companies and organizations including the Austrian division of Sal. Oppenheim, and a retail outlet for Aurgarten Porcelain.
New York Collaborates for Autism (NYCA) is a non-profit organization founded in 2003 to address the needs of people with autism and their families. Founded by Laura and Harry Slatkin and Ilene
, one of NYCA's most well known accomplishments was opening the first charter school in New York to exclusively serve students with autism.
The Indian state of Goa has about 425 bird species within its boundary. Though Goa does not have a history of birding, the state has been visited by several competent bird-watchers. The list is mainly based on the compilation of Heinz
, with additions from recent trip reports. Those species which have been recorded recently are specifically indicated. Species which are considered provisional in "Birds of Goa" are listed as provisional and are not counted – unless a recent record corroborates it.
Hermann Stadler started playing football in his local club Oberndorfer SK. His professional career started in 1979, when he came to SV Austria Salzburg. 1983 he went, together with his friend Leo
, to SK Rapid Wien. But in Vienna he did not play often, so he left the club and played a short time for SK VOEST Linz. Then he went back to SV Salzburg into the second league.
started his career with the local club SV Seekirchen. In 2006, he came to Red Bull Salzburg. In 2010 he played his first match for the second team of Red Bull. His next step was SV Grödig, where he played on loan. In 2012, he returned to Salzburg where he was in the squad of FC Liefering, the second team of FC Red Bull Salzburg.
Her professional career started in 1999-2000 with the production of Aznavour’s Lautrec in London’s West End. During 2000-2002 she starred in lead roles in musicals such as Hair (Dionne), Elegies (Judith), toured the UK with Living La Vida Loca (Fantasia), Legends of Swing (singing Ella Fitzgerald songs) and toured Europe with Flower Power Musical Story (
) and Broadway Musical Gala (Principal Soloist) where she had the opportunity to sing solo in front of 11,000 at La Scala in Milan. At the same time she appeared in performances at the Berklee Performance Centre, Boston, USA, Festival Rose D’Or in Juin Les Pins, France, some charity events in Basel, Switzerland, and Dublin, Ireland and in concerts with the Cyprus State Orchestra as a soloist.
SR 33 begins in Polk County in Tennga at the Georgia state line concurrent with US 411 as its unsigned companion route. It begins as a primary highway. US 411/SR 33 go north and pass by the community of Conasauga and enter Old Fort where they intersect SR 313. They continue north to Ocoee where they have an interchange with US 64/US 74/SR 40. US 411/SR 33 then continue north, then turn northwest and enter Benton. In Benton, they have an intersection with SR 314. They then leave Benton and continue north. They then enter Delano and begin a concurrency with SR 30. They then cross the Hiwassee River and intersect with the eastern end of SR 163 before leaving Delano. US 411/SR 33/SR 30 continues north and crosses into McMinn County. A short distance later, they enter Etowah. In Etowah, they intersect with the western end of SR 310, before SR 30 separates and turns west towards Athens. US 411/SR 33 then leave Etowah and go north to Englewood, where they intersect and have a short concurrency with SR 39. They then continue north to cross into Monroe County. They then enter Madisonville and have an interchange with SR 68. They then bypass downtown to the north and then leave Madisonville, going northeast. US 411/SR 33 then intersect and become concurrent with SR 72 before entering Vonore. In Vonore, they intersect SR 360 before crossing Tellico Lake/Little Tennessee River, leaving Vonore. Just before crossing into Loudon County, SR 72 separates and turns east, running along the banks of Tellico Lake. US 411/SR 33 then cross into Loudon County and go northeast to Greenback to intersect with the southern end of SR 95. They then cross into Blount County and intersect the southern end of SR 336 just north of
. They then intersect and become concurrent with US 129/SR 115 before entering Maryville. They then intersect with the southern end of SR 335 before entering downtown. Just before downtown, US 129/SR 115 separate at an interchange, with US 129/SR 115 bypassing downtown to the west and providing access to McGhee Tyson Airport. US 411/SR 33 then go through downtown, where they intersect US 321/SR 73 before coming to an intersection with SR 35. Here, SR 33 separates and follows its own path with US 411 turning south on SR 35. Also, SR 33 becomes signed for the first time and turns into a secondary highway. It again has another intersection with SR 335, this time the northern end, before leaving Maryville to intersect the southern/eastern end of I-140 (Pellissippi Parkway) in Eagleton Village. SR 33 goes north through Rockford before crossing into Knox County. Shortly after crossing the line, it has an interchange with SR 168. It then enters Knoxville in the South Knoxville neighborhood. SR 33 then merges and becomes concurrent with US 441. US 441/SR 33 then cross into downtown via the Henley Street Bridge over the Tennessee River. In downtown, they become concurrent with US 11/US 70/SR 1/SR 71. They then have an interchange with I-40 and I-275. They then have an intersection with SR 62 not even a half block later. US 11/US 70/SR 1 then separate and go east, leaving US 441/SR 33/SR 71 to go north, with SR 33 changing to a primary highway at this intersection. They continue through some North Knoxville neighborhoods before entering Fountain City. In Fountain City, they intersect with the southern end of SR 331 just before an interchange with I-640/US 25W/SR 9. It continues through downtown Fountain City before leaving Fountain City and Knoxville all together. They then enter Halls Crossroads and US 441/SR 71 separate and go west, just before an intersection with SR 131. SR 33 then continues alone and leaves Halls Crossroads, traveling through rural unincorporated Knox County before crossing into Union County. In Union County, it passes by the Knoxville Dragway before having an intersection and concurrency with SR 61. They then have a short concurrency with SR 144 before entering Maynardville. They go through downtown before SR 61 separates and goes east, then SR 33 goes north and leaves Maynardville. It then meets the eastern end of SR 170 in Hickory Valley before crossing Norris Lake and into Claiborne County. SR 33 then goes by a marina before going north to New Tazewell. It goes through New Tazwell before entering Tazewell. It goes through downtown to have an intersection and begin a concurrency with US 25E/SR 32. They leave Tazwell and go south through Springdale, before separating from US 25E/SR 32 and going north east, just before another crossing of Norris Lake. SR 33 then becomes curvy before crossing into Hancock County. Still curvy, it goes through rural unincorporated Hancock county and begins paralleling the Clinch River before entering Sneedville at an intersection with the northern ends of SR 31 and SR 66. It then turns north and enters downtown and intersecting the eastern end of SR 63. It then turns northeast again and leaves Sneedville. It goes northeast, still curvy, and parallels the Clinch River again all the way to Kyles Ford, where it has an intersection and short concurrency with SR 70. It then becomes a secondary highway and leaves the Clinch River to go north to the Virginia State Line, where it continues as SR 696, a short connector to SR 600.
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