Synonyms for margrit or Related words with margrit

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Examples of "margrit"
The Selke Biodynamic cherry tomato is named after Margrit Selke.
"Psychological Anthropology" Award 2011, Dr. Margrit Egnér Foundation, Zürich.
Margrit Rainer and Ruedi Walter often was rumored to be a couple; indeed in the early days of their joint cooperation, but in 1959 the private paths of the film and stage partner separated. Margrit Rainer found in Inigo Gallo a new partner who also frequently appeared on the side of Margrit Rainer and Ruedi Walter in films and the theater.
Margrit Rainer born as Margrit Rosa Sandmeier (9 February 1914 – 10 February 1982) was a Swiss comedian, radio personality, and stage and film actress starring usually in Swiss German language cinema and television and stage productions.
On occasion of Margrit Rainer's 100th birthday, in September 2014 premiered "Euse Rainer chönnt das au!", a play respectively musical dedicated to Margrit Rainer, who's still popular although she died 32 years ago.
Margrit Zimmermann (born 1927) is a Swiss pianist, composer, conductor and music educator.
In the Year 2016 Margrit von Kleist, Detleff Neumann-Neurode's granddaughter, published a new version of
In 1973 A. Hakhnazarian married architect Margrit Buenemann. They have two daughters: Talin and Shahriz.
Margrit Conrad (21 September 1918 – 2 August 2005) is a Swiss contralto in opera and concert.
Kathrin Margrit Lehmann (born 27 February 1980 in Zürich, Switzerland) is a Swiss ice hockey forward.
Archaeologist Margrit Koettig reported in 1996 that Rofe Park contains no known Aboriginal relics.
Prize of the Swiss Dr. Margrit Egnér Foundation for his life's work (with an award of 25,000 Swiss francs), 2003.
Margrit Thomet (19 June 1952 – 1990) was a Swiss swimmer. She competed in five events at the 1972 Summer Olympics.
Monod was previously married to the soprano Bethany Beardslee; and later, to a translator of German descent, Margrit Auhagen.
Adjacent to the "Ruedi-Walter-Strasse" in Zürich-Oerlikon where she was born, the "Margrit-Rainer-Strasse" was named after the popular actress. At the Theater Rigiblick, on occasion of the artist's 100th birthday, in September 2014 premiered "Euse Rainer chönnt das au!", a play respectively musical dedicated to Margrit Rainer, who's still popular although she died 32 years ago.
Margrit Läubli married César Keiser (1925–2007) in 1956 and is the mother of Lorenz (born 1958) and Mathis Keiser (1959) who also became artists. Born in Zürich, she is also citizen of the cities of Basel und Zug. After Keiser's death Margrit Läubli married again, and still lives in their common home.
When Margrit started working at Robert Mondavi Winery, there were very few visitors frequenting Napa Valley. One of the first things Margrit did was establish a fine arts program at the winery that brought many different artists to the winery including Richard Diebenkorn, Wayne Thiebaud and Nathan Oliveira.
In May 2003, Margrit and her daughter Annie Roberts, then the Robert Mondavi Winery’s executive chef, released a collection of their recipes and stories called Annie and Margrit: Recipes and Stories from the Robert Mondavi Kitchen. In early 2004, the book won the 2003 Gourmand World Cookbook Awards’ “Best in the World” distinction in the “Best Easy Recipes Book” category.
A native of Appenzell, Switzerland, Margrit Kellenberger was raised in her family home overlooking Lake Maggiore, in the canton of Ticino.
Margrit Olfert, née Herbst (born 10 February 1947 in Magdeburg) is a retired East German athlete who specialized in the long jump and pentathlete.