Synonyms for morild or Related words with morild

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Examples of "morild"
Idrettslaget Morild is a Norwegian association football club from Myre, Øksnes, Nordland.
Canada's Martin Stead took 4–16 and helped reduce Denmark from 74/2 to 118 all out, but they collapsed themselves in reply, reaching just 72 (Carsten Morild 4–12) to lose by 46 runs.
His paintings "Mørkeloftet" from 1905, and "Høns i høstsol" and "Grønnsaker" from 1906 are all located in the National Gallery of Norway. Among his books are "Svingdøren" from 1926, "Sol og morild" from 1929, and "Gullfisken" from 1933.
Malaysia made 150 from their 60 overs, helped by no less than 27 extras (including 14 wides), but Denmark's batting was too strong, Henrik Mortensen and Carsten Morild adding an unbroken partnership of 119 to guide the Scandinavians to a straightforward seven-wicket win.
It is named after "Noctilucales". It was founded on 26 July 1937 as "IL Bjørn" ("Bear"), but seeing as another team with this name existed, they had to change to "IL Morild". It formerly had sections for track and field and skiing.
Denmark were in difficulties at 62/4 early on against the Dutch, with Elferink claiming 3-28, but then a stand of 99 between J Morild (who was eventually run out for 86) and Henriksen (42) righted the ship and guided the Danes to 224/8. The Netherlands also had their own problems and were 96/4 at one stage, but their scorecard was dominated by Gomes. He made 127 not out, 56.4% of his team's total, as they overhauled their target with five wickets and 5.4 overs still remaining.
After the solo recording "Blå harding" (Morild, 1996), he recorded "Straum" ("Stream", Rune Grammofon, 2000) along with organist and ethnomusicologist Sigbjørn Apeland on the harmonium, brother Torbjørn Økland on guitar, Pål Thorstensen on bass and vocalist Åsne Valland Nordli. "Bris," a recent recording ("Breeze," Rune Grammofon, 2004) which featured his own compositions, was a collaboration with Sigbjørn Apeland, Mats Eilertsen on bass, Per Oddvar Johansen on drums and Håkon Mørch Stene on percussion. Portions of the recording were Økland's music for Jon Fosse's play "Melankolika", a play based on the tragic life of the artist Lars Hertervig (1830-1902).
Another reconstruction project worth mentioning is the reconstruction of the solo piano piece "Morild". The title alludes to the mysterious phenomenon of phosphorescence of the sea, and it was amongst the treasures lost in the 1970 fire. Fortunately, a recording of the work made by Tveitt for French national radio in 1952 has survived. It was issued for the first time on Simax in 1994. A reconstruction of the score was undertaken by the American transcription specialist Chris Eric Jensen in 2005 in collaboration with the pianist Håvard Gimse who gave the piece its first performance on Tveitt's 100th birthday on 19 October 2008, the first time it had been played by a pianist other than the composer.