Synonyms for oliv or Related words with oliv

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Examples of "oliv"
Today, in line to the national traditions, the textile color of the Austrian 2nd Federation's Armed Forces is named feldgrau (also "braungrau" - uniform jacket), and "steingrau" (also "steingrau-oliv" (stone-grey-olive), or more popularly "NATO-oliv" (NATO-olive) uniform trousers).
Oliv won Miss World Sweden on September 8, 2007 and was crowned by the host Marie Plosjö. Oliv succeeded last year's winner Cathrin Skoog. She completed her upper secondary high school education and one year at the Royal Ballet School. She has worked as a personal assistant for the disabled in Gothenburg.
Recently, more smaller stages have opened, such as the Oststadt-Theater, the TIG7 (Theater im Quadrat G7), the Theater Oliv, the Freilichtbühne, the Theater31, the Theater ImPuls, the Theater Felina-Areal, the Mannheimer Puppenspiele, the Kleinkunstbühne Klapsmühl', Schatzkistl, and zeitraumexit.
A cheaper wood generally used for printing proclamations is the tu chung mu. Eucommia ulmoides, Oliv., has been determined to be the tu chung mu. The tu chung here used is a native of this Province.
Annie Oliv (born October 12, 1987) is a Swedish cellist and beauty pageant titleholder who represented her country and ranked as a top-five finalist in Miss World 2007 held in Sanya, China.
On February 23, 2008, Oliv participated in Melodifestivalen 2008, as she played cello during Mickey Huskic entry in semifinal three. They were eliminated in the first round, ending up seventh.
Stockholm International Film Festival characterized the film noting, ""One Hundred Years Of Evil" is [a] hilariously mind-bending experience of historical revisionism." In a review for the Fantasia International Film Festival, Mitch Davis wrote, " Swedish co-directors Erik Eger and Magnus Oliv have pulled off something mighty impressive here, a film that plays both as a falsified doc narrative and a surprising process-of-discovery thriller, complete with the occasional action sequence!" Davis likened the film to "Forgotten Silver" by director Peter Jackson. Liz Ferguson of "Montreal Gazette" called the film a "skilful mockumentary", and went on to note, "Directors Erik Eger and Magnus Oliv have a field day here.
In central British Columbia, only white spruce felled well before the onset of winter are attractive to "Trypodendron lineatum" (Oliv.) during the spring swarming flight (Dyer 1967). However, logs < 3 m long felled in September and May were attacked during the first spring. Previous studies showed that short log sections become attractive more rapidly than corresponding long logs.
Buxus macowanii Oliv. aka Cape Box, is an evergreen species of Boxwood endemic to South Africa, where it occurs in two disjunct populations - in coastal forest and shady ravines from the Eastern Cape to southern Natal, and in the Waterberg of the central Transvaal. The genus "Buxus", comprising more than 100 species, is found worldwide, but is absent from Australia.
Hymenodictyon parvifolium Oliv. is a small rubiaceous African tree and is one of some 24 species in the genus, with a tropical African and Asian distribution. This species grows as a small tree to some 5 metres tall, or sometimes a liane or scrambler to 10.5 m, and is found in low-altitude woodland (250 – 1110 m).
The current President of the Pontifical Commission for Sacred Archaeology is Gianfranco Cardinal Ravasi (because of his position as President of the Pontifical Council for Culture), the Vice President is the Abbot Dom. Michael John Zielinski, O.S.B. Oliv., the Secretary is Monsignor Giovanni Carrǜ, and the Superintendent is Professor Fabrizio Bisconti.
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One Hundred Years of Evil is a 2010 comedy film taking the form of a documentary positing the possibility that Adolf Hitler did not die at the end of World War II in 1945. The film was directed by Erik Eger and Magnus Oliv, who also wrote the screenplay, along with Olly Blackburn and Joacim Starander. Starring actors include Jon Rekdal, Jordi Almeida, Alexander Bareis, Lucy Bermingham, Jack Frankel and Andrea Sooch.
Parkia filicoidea Oliv. or African locust bean ('filicoidea' - fern-like foliage), is a large, spreading flat-crowned tree to 30 metres tall, the bole of which may be narrowly buttressed to a height of about 3 metres, and up to 120cm DBH. It occurs in wet evergreen or semi-deciduous forest, sometimes on forest fringes, riverbanks and lakes, termite mounds, at elevations up to 1000 metres from Côte d’Ivoire, east to Sudan and Somalia, Uganda, Kenya, Malawi and south to Angola, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Mozambique. Bark on trunk scaly or smooth, grey to yellow-brown, branchlets glabrous to puberulous.
Erik Eger, Magnus Oliv and Joacim Starander were inspired by films including "Zelig" by director Woody Allen and "F for Fake" by filmmaker Orson Welles. In a 2011 interview for the Fantasia International Film Festival, filmmaker Erik Eger observed, "The basis of the story is a bit about what's true in media and news today. Today we are bombarded by more messages than ever, I think. And it's pretty easy for the forces behind the media and the news to make us believe almost anything. And of course what we believe makes us into who we are. And we just felt a need to do something on this theme. And it evolved into this crazy story about Adolf Munchenhauser, who might have been Adolf Hitler, we don't know."
Associate Editor of "Flixist" Alec Kubas-Meyer observed, "Unfortunately, One Hundred Years of Evil suffers from a pretty major identity crisis. It doesn't know whether it wants to be a mockumentary or a found footage film." Writing for "Man, I Love Films", Thaddeus Zwolfe commented, "Erik Eger and Magnus Oliv direct a movie that plays its premise and thesis beautifully. This picture does a great job of looking like the narrative moments were shot by a grad-level cameraman; beautiful scenes combine with excellent composition (the sunset shot is especially pretty), and the camera itself is a character with its own personality. The directors co-wrote with Joacim Starander and Olly Blackburn, and they conceived a smart picture." Serena Donadoni gave the film a grade of "B" in a review for "IndieWire", writing, "Blurring the demarcations of reality and fiction, 'One Hundred Years of Evil' transforms established history into subjective truthiness."
The film received a positive review from "Fangoria", "Going into "One Hundred Years of Evil" expecting a deadpan, seriously played piece of alternate history is a mistake, because Erik Eger and Magnus Oliv’s movie is as comedic as faux journalism can get. Made for next-to-no money, it accumulates goofy jokes and clever twists of historical revisionism, while succeeding in its concept with a sheer dose of inventiveness and enthusiasm." The review praised the performance of Jon Rekdal as Skule Antonsen. "Ecrans" noted, "There's much fun." The film received one and a half stars out of five in a critical review from Luuk Imhann in "Cinemagazine", who compared it to the film "Zelig" by Woody Allen. "Ain't It Cool News" gave the film a positive review, "Part comedy, part absurdist faux-history lesson, Skule’s quest to find the truth is fascinating from beginning to end. Sometimes I was wondering if I was watching an actual documentary, which I think, is the ultimate compliment for directors Erik Eger & Magnus Oliv. If you’re looking for a twisted take on alternative history, "One Hundred Years of Evil" is a sure thing."
The next day, Mortimer, Sarah, Nastasia and Bombo arrive at the Ngorongoro crater and plunge into the lake to find the secret entrance, not knowing that Oliv and Razul are right behind them. The four adventurers enter the sanctuary where they are quickly encircled by threatening guards, only protected by the ring. A translucent disc called Life tells them that they are in the Sanctuary of Life and then invites them to come forward to discover it. They find themselves in a huge room with an extraordinary machine and Life explains to them: more than 300 million years ago, a civilization developed like theirs, but before the tensions engendered by growing injustices, Scientists created an incubator to spawn new individuals if humanity were to disappear, which eventually happened. Olrik and Razul appear and threaten Mortimer, Sarah, Nastasia and Bombo with their weapons. Olrik makes an astonishing revelation: since their experience of the Açoka sarcophagi, Mortimer's body is controlled by the spirit of Olrik while the spirit of the teacher is stuck in the body of the criminal! The proof can be brought by the signature that is related to the mind and not the body. This revelation leads to confusion among the protagonists who no longer know who to believe and threaten each other. Faced with this distressing spectacle, Life decides to send them back to the outside world by having erased their memory beforehand in order to protect the incubator.
Sekiguchi et al. (2009) demonstrated that administration of YKS ameliorated aggressive behavior in mice injected with beta amyloid protein. Also, they demonstrated that YKS did not suppress motor activity, nor did it induce catalepsy. Takeda et al. (2008) pointed out that YKS attenuated abnormal glutamate release in rats on a diet deficient in zinc. They also reported that YKS significantly suppressed the increase in extracellular concentrations of glutamate and aspartate seen in the hippocampus of zinc-deficient rats after stimulation with KCl. Egashira et al. (2008) reported that YKS inhibited the 2,5-dimethoxy-4-iodoamphetamine-induced head-twitch response and decreased expression of 5-hydroxytryptamine 2A receptors in the prefrontal cortex. Also, Terawaki K et al. reported partial agonistic effect of YKS on human recombinant serotonin 1A receptors expressed in the membranes of Chinese hamster ovary cells. These reports suggest involvement of serotonergic and glutamatergic functions is the underlying mechanisms of YKS. Though Tabuchi et al. reported that YKS ameliorated cognitive disturbances in APP transgenic mice (an animal model of Alzheimer's disease), the improvement of cognition with YKS was not clinically demonstrated. Shimada et al. (2001) reported that an aqueous extract of the hooks and stems of Uncaria sinensis (Oliv.) Havil., Uncariae uncus cum ramulus, a herb in YKS, protected against glutamate-induced neuronal death in cultured cerebellar granule cells. They suggested that oxyindole alkaloids such as isorhynchophylline, isocorynoxeine and rhynchophylline and indole alkaloids such as hirsuteine and hirsutine were the active components of the Uncariae. These compounds may cause the clinical effects of YKS. In 2012, Nishi et al. reported that at least some of the effects of YKS could be due to an alkaloid found in the hooks of Unicaria, geissoschizine methyl ether (GM), which acted as a partial agonist at the 5-HT1A receptor. This data was supported by their concurrent finding that treatment with GM could reduce aggression and increase social behavior in socially isolated mice, while treatment with YKS that lacked Unicaria hooks could not.