Synonyms for staven or Related words with staven

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Examples of "staven"
Staven is a municipality in the district Mecklenburgische Seenplatte, in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany.
It is a front-gabled building with a steeple. It was built by carpenter Knut Staven.
The first element of the name is "stafr" meaning 'staff' or 'branch'. This could refer to the form of the inlet, but also to the form of the mountain Valberget ("Staven" meaning 'the staff,' is a common name of high and steep mountains in Norway). The last element is "angr" meaning 'inlet, bay'. Facing the North Sea, Stavanger has always been economically dependent on its access to the sea.
Norwegian immigrants in America had a strong emotional attachment to the folk melodies of their homeland, and Carsten Woll probably made more recordings of traditional Norwegian folk songs than any other artist. His discography included "Eg gjette Tulla", "Eg veit ei lita jente", "Kjerringa med staven" and "Og reven lå under birkerot". On the other hand, his recording of "Sommersol til siste stund" was a Norwegian version of "Silver threads among the gold".
are a humanoid race first appearing in "". All but one of the encountered Lokomo are sages who reside in the five realms of New Hyrule, as well as the Tower of Spirits. They are distinguishable by their pointed ears (similar to Hylians) and their short legs, forcing them to use motorized carts for transportation. However, a Lokomo named Byrne [Staven in the European version] is capable of walking on his legs and is exceptionally strong.
Staven, Tylendel's twin brother, is assassinated by a family enemy. Tylendel senses his brother's death and goes mad with grief. Not understanding Tylendel's trauma, Vanyel continues supporting him as he seeks revenge. Using Vanyel's dormant energies Tylendel 'Gates' (teleports essentially) them to the enemy family. Tylendel casts a complicated spell summoning deadly wyrsa to kill members of the enemy family. Gala repudiates Tylendel and dies sacrificing herself to give time for Heralds to arrive to stop the massacre. Tylendel commits suicide, and the backlash from the 'Gate' spell tears open Vanyel's dormant magic potential.
He was born in Høyland to parents who hailed from Lindås. The family moved to Lindås in 1882. He finished his secondary education in 1895, and graduated with the cand.theol. degree in 1901. He was a curate in Stavanger Cathedral from 1902, then curate in the Diocese of Nidaros from 1905. From 1909 to 1914 he was vicar in Vestnes, and in 1916 he was appointed curate in the Diocese of Kristiania with special responsibility to hold ceremonies in Nynorsk. His brother Klaus Sletten and nephew Vegard Sletten were both active in the Nynorsk movement. Sletten was married to Aagot Hansen from Kristiania from September 1902 to her death in January 1912. He later married Elvine Staven, a farmer's daughter from Namdalseid, in September 1936.
In seasons seven and nine, Judith made very few appearances but was featured in almost every episode in season eight. Unlike her relationship with Charlie, Judith got along with Walden just fine – mostly due to her initial interest in him. She was not seen since the season nine finale until towards the end of season ten, with only being briefly mentioned for most of the season. In the episode "Run, Steven Staven! Run!", Judith's absence is finally explained when Herb mentions that Judith moved out when he cheated on her with his receptionist (yet in season 11, she is shown to still be living there). However, in the 19th episode of season ten, she reappears after a long absence when Herb starts to go crazy. Walden and Alan call her to go to Herb's hotel room and take him back.
Bridget Schmidt (Judy Greer, season 9–10, season 12), the ex-wife of Walden Schmidt. She initiated the divorce proceedings because she felt Walden would never become a mature adult, but after the divorce was ready to be finalized she decided she loved him anew and wanted him back. Unfortunately, Walden decided to sign the divorce papers and continue his nascent relationship with Zoey, leading Bridget to become violently unhinged and to fall into the orbit of a returned-from-Paris Rose. This is later proven to be a one-off gag for that particular episode as Bridget later started dating Walden's business partner, Billy, at the end of season nine, but she left him in "Run, Steven Staven! Run!". Bridget makes an appearance in the series finale "Of Course He's Dead" in which she talks to Walden on the phone while in bed with actor John Stamos, who previously appeared in "Nice to Meet You, Walden Schmidt" (Walden's debut episode).
Oh how vivid did this bring back all my past experience in this work. The days of my youth and manhood was spent in this trade. This was the part of it I loved. A sight of a whale would make my heart jump and take away all relish for food. How happy if when a boy I could get to be let down in a boat and after I came to manhood how happy if I could but get to kill a whale and I always managed to get my share. All these things came fresh to my memory and these feelings rose up and caused a feeling not easily described, but I left it all for Jesus and his work. I will not repine how many hairs breaths escapes have I had in whaling, how many times has God spared my life when my boat has been staven, time after time."
Oddvar Brå (born March 16, 1951) is a Norwegian former cross-country skier. He was among the best skiers in Norway, winner three times of World Cup (1972-73 (named World ranking), 1974–75 and 1978–79) winning 16 national championships, but his success in the major international championships was more modest. He participated internationally from the 1972 Winter Olympics to the 1991 Holmenkollen ski festival, but his first individual major international win was at the 1982 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in Oslo, where he won the 15 km event. In the same championship, he won a shared gold medal (Soviet Union) in the relay after a dramatic finish where his ski pole broke, something which forever became a memory for most Norwegians, leading to the popular all-Norwegian expression "Hvor var du da Brå brakk staven?" ("Where were you when Brå broke his pole?"). Brå also won three relay medals at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships with a gold in 1982 and bronzes in 1974 and 1978. Brå additionally won two silver medals in the 4 x 10 km at the 1972 Winter Olympics and the 1980 Winter Olympics.