Synonyms for tonje or Related words with tonje

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Examples of "tonje"
Tonje Sagstuen played 217 games for the national team during her career, scoring 593 goals.
Tonje Strøm (20 April 1937 – 2 November 2010) was a Norwegian painter and illustrator.
Tonje Kristiansen (born 29 September 1967) is a retired Norwegian sailor. She was born in Tønsberg.
Tonje is a Norwegian feminine given name (6 803 people as first name) originating from Old Norse.
The club has had success in athletics, with Martin Stokken representing the club. High jumper Tonje Angelsen has also represented the club.
Tonje Løseth (born 1 January 1991) is a Norwegian handball player. She plays for the club TuS Metzingen and the Norway women's national handball team.
Her children's books include "Vaffelhjarte" (2005) (published in English as "Waffle Hearts" in 2013) and "Tonje Glimmerdal" (2009). For the latter book she won the 2009 Brage Prize.
Tonje Sagstuen (born November 17, 1971 in Lørenskog) is a Norwegian team handball player and Olympic medalist. She received silver medals at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona.
Tonje Nøstvold (born 7 May 1985 in Stavanger) is a Norwegian handball player. She currently plays for Sola HK. Previous clubs includes Byåsen HE and FC Midtjylland Håndbold.
Along with Tonje Kristiansen she participated in the 470 class at the 1992 Summer Olympics, where they placed 14th. At the 1996 Summer Olympics she placed 10th, together with her sister Linda Andersen.
"Drone" was produced by Lars Løge at Flimmer Film and directed by Tonje Hessen Schei. The film received financial support from backers in Norway and from around the world.
Anja Andersen, Camilla Andersen, Kristine Andersen, Heidi Astrup, Tina Bøttzau, Marianne Florman, Anja Hansen, Anette Hoffmann, Tonje Kjærgaard, Janne Kolling, Susanne Lauritsen, Gitte Madsen, Lene Rantala, Gitte Sunesen, Anne Dorthe Tanderup, Mette Vestergaard, Head Coach: Ulrik Wilbek.
Lene Rantala, Anne Dorthe Tanderup, Rikke Solberg, Camilla Andersen, Tonje Kjærgaard, Anette Hoffmann, Anja Byrial Hansen, Marianne Florman, Janne Kolling, Conny Hamann, Anja Andersen, Gitte Sunesen, Susanne Boilesen, Heidi Astrup, Marlene Jensen, Susanne Munk Lauritsen, Head Coach: Ulrik Wilbek.
Åshild Anita Irgens (born February 7, 1976) is a Norwegian illustrator. She has illustrated several children's books for the publishers Aschehoug, Damm, Samlaget and Gyldendal, among them the novel "Tonje Glimmerdal" by Maria Parr, a recipient of the Brage Prize.
According to the documentary film "Drone", by Tonje Schei, since 2002 the U.S. Air Force 17th Reconnaissance Squadron has been working for the CIA as "customer", carrying out at least some of the armed missions in Pakistan.
Anne Gerd Eieland (born 28 December 1982) from Iveland, Aust-Agder is Norway's third best female high jumper of all time, behind Hanne Haugland and Tonje Angelsen. Eieland was undefeated in Norwegian competition from 2001 to 2005.
Tonje Kjærgaard [born ] is a Danish team handball player, World champion and two times Olympic champion. She won a gold medal with the Danish national team at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta. Four years later she won a gold medal with the Danish national team at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney.
Boye lives with his wife Tonje Aasand Brogeland, a schoolteacher and a fellow bridge player, in Flekkefjord in southwest Norway. They have two children. He runs a bridge magazine Bridge in Norway ("Bridge i Norge"). In 2011 co-authored the book "Bridge at the Edge" on his bridge achievements with David Bird.
Tonje Larsen (born 26 January 1975 in Tønsberg) is a retired Norwegian handballer who played for the Norwegian national team. She is Olympic champion, World champion and twice European champion. As a club player she is several times Norwegian champion and once Danish champion, and has won the EHF Cup, EHF Cup Winners' Cup and the EHF Champions League.
Dokument 2 is a Norwegian investigative documentary series that has aired on TV 2 since its inception in 1992. The series was originally hosted by Gerhard Helskog, later by Tonje Steinsland. The documentaries have won several Gullruten awards. Due to major cuts in TV 2, the station's own editorial production of documentaries in the series was dropped in 2009.