Synonyms for maikki or Related words with maikki

maarit              karoliina              sinikka              riikka              marjut              toini              kuntola              kauko              kerttu              hilkka              marttinen              kristiina              ritva              pirjo              iivari              siiri              leivo              inkeri              kuitunenriitta              kanervo              talvitie              tiina              pauliina              juulia              pirinen              joona              mikkonen              arttu              irmeli              lajunen              suutari              eveliina              kirsi              uolevi              tuula              aapeli              toivanen              terttu              tuija              piipponen              aukusti              onni              ronkainen              maiju              pirkko              kolho              herrala              tuulikki              sirkka              kettunen             



Examples of "maikki"
Jussi Jurkka was married to Maikki Länsiö. Their daughter Laura Jurkka is also an actress. Having been a heavy smoker all his life, Jurkka died of throat cancer at the age of 51.
The song was first published in 1961, when it was performed by Maikki Länsiö and Esa Saario. Later recordings of the song have been made by Vesa-Matti Loiri, Markku Suominen, Veltto Virtanen and Tuomari Nurmio, among others.
Kraatz married Finnish ice dancer Maikki Uotila on June 19, 2004 in Helsinki, Finland. They have two sons – Oliver, born September 14, 2006 in North Vancouver, British Columbia; and Henry, born on July 10, 2010.
Maikki Uotila-Kraatz (born 25 February 1977) is a Finnish ice dancer. She is a former Finnish national champion with Toni Mattila. She married Victor Kraatz on June 19, 2004. The two coach in Vancouver, where they are the ice dancing directors at the BC Centre of Excellence. She and Kraatz have two sons, born September 14, 2006 and July 10, 2010.
Sollamo has received numerous awards and accolades: the Academy of Finland Doctoral Thesis Award (1980), the University of Helsinki Eino Kaila Award (1992), elected Woman of the Year (social influence) by the Finnish business and Professional Women Association (1993), the Maikki Friberg Equality Prize (1996), and the Alfred Kordelin Foundation Award (2014). Since 2002, she is a honorary member of the Finnish Exegetical Society and since 2006 a member of the Finnish Academy of Sciences.
His home was also a gathering place for local musicians. In 1920, he married Maikki Aron (1889-1961), a music teacher. He made an extensive series of illustrations for the classic Finnish novel "Seven Brothers" by Aleksis Kivi in 1930. They were meant to be published as a book of deluxe prints, but the cost turned out to be too high. His last exhibit was in 1936 at the Strindberg Gallery in Helsinki.
Danielle O'Brien teamed up with Gregory Merriman, who also skated at the Canterbury Olympic Ice Rink, in April 1998. They were coached by Australian ice dancing champion Monica MacDonald in Sydney, Australia. In the 2009–10 season, they trained with former World champion Victor Kraatz and Maikki Kraatz. O'Brien/Merriman withdrew from the 2009 Nebelhorn Trophy, the final qualifying opportunity for the 2010 Winter Olympics, due to Merriman's diagnosis of pericarditis, a viral infection in the sac surrounding the heart.
Gregory Merriman teamed up with Danielle O'Brien, who also skated at the Canterbury Olympic Ice Rink, in April 1998. They were coached by Australian ice dancing champion Monica MacDonald in Sydney, Australia. In the 2009–10 season, they trained with former World champion Victor Kraatz and Maikki Kraatz. O'Brien/Merriman withdrew from the 2009 Nebelhorn Trophy, the final qualifying opportunity for the 2010 Winter Olympics, due to Merriman's diagnosis of pericarditis, a viral infection in the sac surrounding the heart.
Since Daniel had to study one term abroad for his degree, they spent the summer of 2008 training in Vancouver under Victor Kraatz and his wife Maikki Uotila-Kraatz. In the 2008–09 season, the Hermanns won the German national title ahead of Nelli Zhiganshina / Alexander Gazsi. They were selected to represent Germany at two ISU Championships and qualified for the free dance at both, finishing 12th at the 2009 Europeans in Helsinki, Finland and 17th at the 2009 Worlds in Los Angeles, California.
Since Daniel had to study one term abroad for his degree, they spent the summer of 2008 training in Vancouver under Victor Kraatz and his wife Maikki Uotila-Kraatz. In the 2008–09 season, the Hermanns won the German national title ahead of Nelli Zhiganshina / Alexander Gazsi. They were selected to represent Germany at two ISU Championships and qualified for the free dance at both, finishing 12th at the 2009 Europeans in Helsinki, Finland and 17th at the 2009 Worlds in Los Angeles, California.
The "Champs International Skating Centre of British Columbia" (formerly known as the 'BC Centre of Excellence') is one of two major figure skating training centers in Canada. Located in Burnaby, British Columbia, it is home to many great national and international skaters. The programs there are overseen by a staff, including Joanne McLeod, who coaches 3-time Canadian men's national champion Emanuel Sandhu; Bruno Marcotte, who competed at the 2002 Winter Olympics; Victor Kraatz, the 2003 World Champion in ice dancing, and Maikki Uotila, who was a national champion in Finland. The center operates out of Canlan Ice Sports Burnaby 8 Rinks. Notable skaters who train there include Emanuel Sandhu, Mira Leung, Allie Hann-McCurdy & Michael Coreno, Jessica Millar & Ian Moram, Jeremy Ten, and Kevin Reynolds. This skating school is sometimes known as a training site for international competitors to practice for competitions in Vancouver. Champs International hosts its annual competition known as the BC/YK SummerSkate Competition every August.
Some of the specialists who have mentored children and youth at Lola Kenya Screen have included Antonia Ringbom of Finland/Sweden(Animation film production, 2006), Maikki Kantola of Finland (Animation film production, 2007), Eid Abdel Latif of Egypt (Animation film production, 2008), Duco Tellegen and Meike Statema of The Netherlands (Documentary filmmaking for children and youth, 2008), Anette Tony Hansen of Denmark (Television drama for children and youth, 2009), Signe Zeilich-Jensen (Film judging, 2008), Fina Sensada-Boixader of Spain (Documentary filmmaking, 2009), Rut Gomez Sobrino of Spain (Journalism, 2009), Florence Sipalla of Kenya (Programme planning, 2008), and Kenyans Cajetan Boy (Film scripting, 2011) and Ogova Ondego (cultural journalism, creative writing, critical appreciation of creativity, film judging, media literacy, programme planning, 2006-2011).
During the inaugural event in 2006, participants under the guidance of Antonia Ringbom of Finland made a compilation of nine short cartoons that won the Africa Grand Prize for achievement in a film made by children at the 5th World Summit on Media for Children in Johannesburg, South Africa, in 2007. In 2007 and 2008, children and youth under the guidance of Finnish Maikki Kantola, Egyptian Abdel Latif, and Dutch Duco Tellegen made 14 films and 3 songs that were showcased all over the world and won several accolades and awards: the 2nd Kids For Kids Festival Africa Competition grand prize in 2008; the Special Jury Prize at 17th Jugend Medien Festival in Berlin in 2008; represented Africa at the global Kids For Kids Festival Competition in 2008; nominated for Best Animation at the 5th Africa Movie Academy Awards in 2009; and nominated for Best Short Documentary at the 5th Africa Movie Academy Awards in 2009. These films are still on the festival circuit around the world.