Synonyms for maarit or Related words with maarit
Examples of "maarit"
Helena Hurmerinta (born in Helsinki on 10 November 1953) is a Finnish singer and musician. She is better known by her mononym
is the granddaughter of Italian musician Michele Orlando. Maarit's daughter Janna Hurmerinta is also a singer known by her mononym Janna.
In the early 1970s she used the stage name
, but reverted to her own name to avoid confusion with
Hurmerinta, who also recorded under the name
. (Latva & Tuunainen, p 345). About this time (the sources do not give an exact date) she got married and singing was put on hold in favour of raising a family.
Jänterä-Jareborg, Professor and former Dean at the Faculty of Law of Uppsala University;
Lalli (born 4 April 1964) is a Finnish film director, film producer and screenwriter.
is a Finnish female given name equivalent to Margaret. It may refer to:
Sihvonen (born 16 February 1961) is a Finnish swimmer. She competed in three events at the 1984 Summer Olympics.
The current dean of the Theatre Academy is
Ruikka, and the vice-deans are Leena Rouhiainen and Ari Tenhula.
Alafrantti (born 8 May 1964 in Tervola, Lapland) is a retired female javelin thrower from Finland.
Mäkinen (born 1 February 1976) is a Finnish former footballer who last played for Swedish club AIK in Stockholm. She was a central midfielder.
Hirvelä (born 10 December 1954) is a Finnish former judge on the European Court of Human Rights. Hirvelä is on leave from the Finnish state prosecutor's office. Hirvelä holds a doctorate in law.
Kohta 18 ("Almost 18") is a 2012 Finnish film. It is the first feature film by director
Lalli who also wrote the screenplay with her son Henrik Mäki-Tanila, one of the main actors in the film.
Lehto (born August 14, 1972 in Jyväskylä) is a Finnish female ice hockey player. She played on the women's ice hockey team for Finland at the 1998 Winter Olympics, and won a bronze medal.
Kallista on ja halvalla menee is a 1988 studio album by Eero Koivistoinen. The album consists of Koivistoinen's music to texts from well-known Finnish poets and lyricists. Vocal performances are by
Hurmerinta, Sakari Kuosmanen and Pepe Ahlqvist.
Nelonen confirmed a second season, scheduled for autumn 2013. It ran from 4 October to 22 November 2013 with repeats and live performances from 5 October to 23 November 2013. The artists participating in the second season were
Hurmerinta, Laura Närhi, Anna Abreu, Ilkka Alanko, Jukka Poika, Juha Tapio and Pauli Hanhiniemi.
The Sami Parliament of Finland (, , , ) is the representative body for people of Sami heritage in Finland. The parliament consists of 21 elected mandates. The current president is Tiina Sanila-Aikio, the first vice-president is Heikki Paltto, and the second vice president is Ulla-
Estonia participated in the X Summer Paralympic Games in Atlanta, United States. Estonian team representatives were Estonian Paralympic Committee president and Estonian Minister of Social Affairs Toomas Vilosius, head secretary Allan Kiil, secretary
Vabrit and coaches Margit Aidla, Mallika Koel, Rein Põldme and Rein Valdru. Only press member was Are Eller.
In mental health examinations Sillanpää was found to suffer from paranoid schizophrenia. In district court, the state prosecutor
Loimukoski demanded Sillanpää be imprisoned for three acts of manslaughter without full understanding (partially insane) and for two attempted acts of manslaughter, but on 11 October 1999, the district court found Sillanpää to be without understanding (legally insane).
Anneli Salonen (born February 27, 1973 in Vahto) is a Finnish former cross country skier who competed from 1993 to 2005. She won a bronze medal at the 4 x 5 km in the 1997 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships and had her best finish of 12th in the 5 km event at those same championships.
Numminen and his wife Ann-
have two daughters, Bianca and Erica, and one son, Nicklas. His brother, center Teemu Numminen (born December 23, 1973) was drafted 229th overall in the 1992 NHL Entry Draft by the Winnipeg Jets but he never made it to the NHL.
Tukiainen (born 1969) is a Finnish visual artist, comics artist and painter. She was the regional artist of Uusimaa from 1999 to 2001 and the 2003 winner of the Finnish Comic Society's annual Puupää award. In 2007 she received the Finnish State Prize for Design and in 2011 the William Thuring Prize of the Finnish Art Society.
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