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(born 22 August 1967) is a Danish former competitive figure skater. He is the 1991 Karl Schäfer Memorial bronze medalist, a five-time Nordic champion, and a three-time Danish national champion.
placed tenth at the 1992 European Championships in Lausanne and was selected to represent Denmark at the 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville, where he finished 22nd.
Huber (4 November 1892 – 4 December 1960) was a Finnish sport shooter who competed in the 1924 Summer Olympics and the 1952 Summer Olympics.
Sundström (born December 14, 1961 in Skellefteå, Sweden) is a retired Swedish ice hockey player, and is the twin brother of former NHL'er Patrik Sundström.
They were in total 16 families, among them: Francisco Pollak, Nicolau Wós, Boaventura Pollak, Thomasz Szymanski, Simon Purkot, Felipe Purkot, Miguel Prudlo, Chaim Briffel, Simon Otto, Domin Stempke, Gaspar Gbur, Balcer Gbur,
Weber, Antoni Kania, Franciszek Kania, André Pampuch and Stefan Kachel. The Poles were placed in the colonies Príncipe Dom Pedro and Itajaí, in the area of Brusque.
Sara Twete (born June 28, 1989 in Hillerod, Denmark) is a Danish figure skater. She is the 2007 Danish junior national champion. She is a three time competitor at the Nordic Championships. Twete is coached by Henrik
, who was a Danish national champion and competed at the World level.
Strid originally competed for Sweden. In 2004, he moved to Hørsholm, Denmark to be coached by Henrik
and Julia Sandstrom. He himself began working as a coach at about the same time, teaching skating to children. He later changed coaches, deciding to work with his brother, Kalle Strid, and Martin Johansson. He lives in the center of Copenhagen and trains in Skatingclub Copenhagen (SKK).
Vögelin was born in Konstanz. He studied in Leipzig, married a daughter of the first Leipzig printer Valentin Bapst, took over his shop, and expanded the establishment with a type foundry, publishing house, and a bookstore. By 1559 it has become the largest print shop in eastern Germany. Heavily indebted and accused of Calvinism, Vögelin had to leave the town in 1576. Since 1579 he was in Neustadt. His shop was later run by his sons, Gothard, Philip and
. His successors' shop in Heidelberg, was first to print Johannes Kepler's "Astronomia Nova".
Having returned to Germany, he graduated in Bremen and went on to the Freie Universität in Berlin. He took courses in sociology and economics, but found his vocation when he was taken by friends to the entrance examinations of the famous Max Reinhardt Seminar for actors. He was discovered by the actress Hilde Körber, and while still in the seminar, he was seen and engaged by Boleslaw Barlog. He made his theatrical debut in the play "Quadratur des Kreises" by
Petrowitsch Katajew in 1967. Subsequently he joined the theatre in Oberhausen, where he portrayed several roles. He left Oberhausen in 1969 to continue his career in Berlin, where he played in the Berliner Theater and the Schaubühne. During this time, he started to work in television and the movies, where his main work has been since then. Films include "Goldene Zeiten" (2006) (as the character Jürgen Matthies).
Politicians and speculator Peder Rinde (1844–1937) owned Austrått from 1908 to 1912. He reduced the size of the estate's property by selling a number of plots. A formal distinction between the manor and the estate as separate property was filed in 1912, but was not legalized until later under another owner. In 1912 Rinde sold Austrått to Kristiania-capitalist (consultant and industrialist) Georg
Hammer, who owned Austrått for 2 years. Both under Rinde and Hammer, the agronomist Olaf Arnstad served as the farm manager. Hammer sold Austrått by auction in 1914 – it was purchased by a consortium, consisting of timberman Simen A. Landet, brewery owner Gunnerius Flakstad and attorney Hans Christian Bull Heyerdahl'. All three were resident in Hedmark, and the first two directors were directors of the "Oplandske Kreditbank".
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