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Examples of "momberg"
5 Welcome to the new News24. Jannie Momberg. 2009-05-31. Retrieved 2010-10-11.
Neustadt has, as well as the core community known as Neustadt, centres known as Mengsberg, Momberg and Speckswinkel.
Making his debut as a professional wrestler in 1957, the first half of Momberg's lengthy career, as Dutch Momberg, was not particularly memorable. Sometime around 1971, he changed his name to Mad Dog Momberg. In 1972, he finally hit upon the gimmick that would make him a star, the character of the 'evil German,' Killer Karl Krupp.
George Momberg was born in the Netherlands and was a child during the Nazi occupation of his home country. Sometime after the war, he emigrated to North America.
Whilst teaching at St. John Bosco College and later at the Hill High, she attended every workshop and Art Week possible. She further studied art at the Johannesburg College of Education under Glynnis Jepp and Dorothy Momberg.
George Momberg (May 13, 1934 – August 24, 1995), better known by the ring name Killer Karl Krupp, was a Dutch-born professional wrestler famous during the 1970s and early 1980s.
George Momberg retired to his adopted home in Atlantic Canada in 1988, working for Midland Trucking Company. He later moved to Ontario. He died in Hamilton, Ontario after contracting hepatitis while wrestling in Japan.
He was a member of the Pumas side that won the Vodacom Cup for the first time in 2015, beating 24–7 in the final. Momberg made six appearances during the season and also played in the final.
Usage-wise, News24 became the first online site to register one million unique local users in a single month and during the course of 2004 witnessed some profitable months. In November 2004, Heyl was replaced as business manager by the Sunday Times’s Elan Lohmann. Porter remained as editor and Jannie Momberg and Elmarie Jack as news editors. Lohmann sought to monetise News24 by restructuring the advertising model, extending the product offering and focussing on a more service-orientated approach to advertisers.4 Momberg became the editor of News24 in 2006.
“Given that no other news site to date has surpassed the one million UB mark, the two million South Africans per month milestone is a major achievement and proves we are on the cutting-edge of local internet engagement,” said Momberg.
Christiaan Jacobus 'Jacques' Momberg (born 18 February 1991) is a South African rugby union player, currently playing as a hooker for Italian National Championship of Excellence side Rovigo. He previously played for the in the Vodacom Cup and Currie Cup competitions, and for and .
Born in Odense, Denmark, Hansen emigrated to Canada during the mid-1950s and eventually became involved in professional wrestling making his debut in the Toronto-area for Frank Tunney's Maple Leaf Wrestling in 1968. As Eric the Red, a modern-day Viking, Hanson faced veterans such as Dutch Momberg, The Assassin, Wild Bull Curry and Tiger Jeet Singh during his first year and also formed a short-lived tag team with Whipper Billy Watson.
Photographs sent in by users are “a big component” of MyNews24. Reece said that it seems that more people are willing to send in photographs if they witness something newsworthy than actually write an article about it. Also, through advertising the fact that users can publish photographs on MyNews24, many have become used to the idea of sending in images. According to Momberg, MyNews24 allows users to “engage with the news of the day, giving it more depth and public perspective”.7
In July 2010 Momberg mentioned in a blog post on the band's Myspace page that new material was being demoed. On February 26, 2011, Graveface Records uploaded a video via YouTube that gives current updates of the bands on their label, including The Appleseed Cast. The description of the video stated that a new EP, entitled "Middle States", was slated to be released physically June 7, 2011. The video also contained a sound clip demo of the title track.
The Young People's Party UK is a Georgist political party in the United Kingdom. It was founded in 2012. Its current leader is Joe Momberg, since March 2015. According to its manifesto, it intends to replace many current taxes on the productive economy with a form of Land value tax; to replace the current social security system with a Citizens Income; to leave the EU but remain a member of EFTA; to reform the banks; and to re-introduce low-cost housing.
In 2005 Crisci started recording the second record, Feral Harmonic. The first drum tracks were laid down by John Anderson of Boy's Life. Kelly Hangauer played the trumpet parts. A few more drum tracks were played by John Momberg. Lucas Oswald played a couple cello parts, and a dulcimer on Next flood. Several friends added some vocal harmonies. Everything else was recorded by Crisci. All guitar, banjo, mandolin, bells, toy piano, harmonica, percussion, some cello, and the drums on Under.
On November 12, 2013, Mansions released a new record entitled 'Doom Loop' on Clifton Motel Records. Written and recorded primarily in Browder's Capitol Hill apartment, the sound of Doom Loop was influenced by the constraints of the environment. Although it was technically flawed, the band's creative solutions lead to the creation of one very loud record. After the basic tracking was completed, the band recruited John Momberg (Appleseed Cast, Koufax) to record the drums and Jim Vollentine (Spoon) to engineer them. Once the drums were recorded, Steve McDonald (Redd Kross, OFF!) finished the final mix.
Old Canes is a rock band from Lawrence, Kansas currently composed of front man Christopher Crisci (of The Appleseed Cast) on vocals and guitar, and a rotating cast of musicians. Because most of the band members, including Crisci, participate in other bands, Old Canes is joined on tour by other available musicians known to the band, including John Momberg (of The Appleseed Cast), Taylor Holenbeck, Sam Goodell, Rusty Scott, Kelly Hangauer (of Fourth Of July), Lucas Oswald (Minus Story) and Jeff Stolz, in what they call a "musical collective." Past members include Nathan Richardson (Casket Lottery), Jordan Geiger (Minus Story), Eric Verhar, Tyler French (Minus Story), Gabriel Booth, Kelsey Richardson, and Jon Anderson (Boys Life).
Carl Andersen was the son of carpenter Andreas Ferdinand Andersen and Ane Marie Hansen. He became a mason apprentice in 1896 and graduated from Odense Tekniske Skole in 1900. He was employed as construction overseer by master builder Thaaning in Kerteminde in 1900-01 and as a draftsman for architect Emanuel Momberg in Odense in 1901-02. In 1904-06 he was employed by several different architects in Copenhagen including Anders Berthelsen and in 1906-09 as drawer and overseer by H.C. Glahn, Nykøbing Falster in 1906–1909. From 1909 until his death Carl Andersen operated his own architects business in Nykøbing Falster; from 1940 with his son Jørgen Friis Andersen. The business later became Arkitektfirmaet Friis Andersen A/S which still operated in the 2010s. Carl Andersen worked extensively on Lolland in the early 1900s and had many different assignments. Stylistically he worked mainly with neo-baroque but later adopted elements from Functionalism.
When asked about the next album (previously discussed as an entirely instrumental EP) in an interview, Crisci had said, "...the idea is still there, although it has morphed into a mostly instrumental full length.". Recording sessions were held at Black Lodge Recording in Eudora, Kansas, with Ed Rose after unsuccessful attempts to arrange John Congleton to helm the recording. Three demos, "Road West", "A Bright Light" and "Summer Before", were released as previews on the band's MySpace. Prior to the album's release, Coker left the band and Young followed shortly thereafter in order to return to school. They were replaced by John Momberg and Nate Whitman, respectively. "Sagarmatha" was released on February 17, 2009, and reached No. 25 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart.