Synonyms for marjut or Related words with marjut

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Examples of "marjut"
She is author of "I'm Not a Feminist But..."(1985) which she made into an animated film with Marjut Rimminen.
Marjut Rimminen (born 1944) is a Finnish-born animator and film director living and working in London.
Marjut Rimminen has given tuition at the National Film & Television School, the Royal College of Art and the Institute of Art & Design in Surrey. She has given master classes and workshops in animation around the world.
Kim represented South Korea at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, where she competed in women's skeet shooting. She placed eighteenth in the qualifying rounds of the event by six points behind Finland's Marjut Heinonen, with a total score of 55 targets.
Marjut Rolig (née Lukkarinen; born 4 February 1966 in Lohja) is a Finnish former Cross-country skier who competed during the early 1990s. She won two medals at the 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville with a gold in the 5 km and a silver in the 15 km.
Rimminen studied graphic design at the Helsinki College of Applied Arts and graduated in 1968. She started making animated television commercials, one of which was named the Best Commercial at the 1972 Animafest Zagreb. The following year Marjut joined Halas & Batchelor Animation in the United Kingdom, and has lived and worked in London ever since.
Marjut Rimminen has made short films for Channel Four Television as well as directed and animated TV spots for the Finnish advertising market. Her work has been screened at numerous film festivals around the world, and she has been member in several festival juries.
Marjut Heinonen (born October 28, 1976 in Trollhättan, Sweden) is a Finnish sport shooter. At age thirty-one, Heinonen made her official debut for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, where she competed in women's skeet shooting. She placed seventeenth in the qualifying rounds of the event, with a total score of 61 points.
Additional events were held internationally, including one at the University of Luxembourg, which held a conference that featured speeches from women entrepreneurs as well as discussions between local entrepreneurs. The keynote address was provided by Deputy Chief Executive of the European Investment Fund Marjut Santoni. Other events were also held, for example, in Lagos, Nigeria. WED founded and launched the Women Wednesday social media event held on the Wednesday after Thanksgiving in 2014, to support women in business and related causes.
Anna Krauja studied at the Latvian music academy "Jāzepa Vītola Latvijas Mūzikas akadēmija" with Kristīne Gailīte and at the Sibelius Academy with Marjut Hannula. In 2007 she performed at the Latvian National Opera the role of Achille in the opera Deidamia under the conductor Māris Kupčs auf. At the Aleksanterin Teatteri in Helsinki she performed in 2009 the role of Dalinda in the Opera Ariodante under Markus Lehtinen. As a soloist, chamber musician and tutor she was invited to the Beigang International Music Festival in Taiwan in 2009.
Full-Contact is a style of kickboxing where punches and kicks are allowed to be thrown by the participants at full force, with strikes below the waist prohibited. Most fights result in a judge’s decision or stoppage victory and as with most other forms of amateur kickboxing, head and various body protection must be worn. More information on Full-Contact and the rules can be found at the official W.A.K.O. website. At Jesolo the men had twelve weight divisions ranging from 51 kg/112.2 lbs to over 91 kg/+200.2 lbs, while the women had seven ranging from 48 kg/105.6 lbs to over 70 kg/+143 lbs. Notable winners included a young Muamer Hukić (more commonly known as the cruiserweight boxing champion Marco Huck) and there were a number of repeat winners from the last world championships in Belgrade with Ramadani Besnik, Fouad Habbani, Olesya Gladkova, Oxana Vassileva, Barbara Plazzoli and Marjut Lappalainen all picking up gold medals. By the end of the championships Russia were easily the top nation in Full-Contact winning eight gold, one silver and two bronze medals.