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Examples of "wiebke"
Wiebke is a feminine German given name. Notable people with the name include:
Wiebke Eden (born 1968 in Jever, Lower Saxony), is a German writer.
He studied at Hochschule für bildende Künste Hamburg, with Wiebke Siem and Eran Schaerf.
The Saver is a Canadian drama film, written and directed by Wiebke von Carolsfeld and released in 2015.
Wiebke Nulle (born 5 June 1980 in Wilhelmshaven, Niedersachsen) is an athlete from Germany. She competes in archery.
Stay is a Canadian-Irish drama film co-production. It is directed by Wiebke von Carolsfeld who adapted the story from the Aislinn Hunter novel.
Communication scholar Wiebke Loosen defines database journalism as "supplying databases with raw material - articles, photos and other content - by using medium-agnostic publishing systems and then making it available for different devices."
Wiebke Kethorn (born 10 August 1985) is a German team handball player. She plays for the club VfL Oldenburg, and on the German national team. She represented Germany at the 2013 World Women's Handball Championship in Serbia.
The commission comprised as regular members Wiebke Putz-Osterloh, Nuri Aksel, Paul Rösch, Stephan Rixen as chairman, and Diethelm Klippel as a consulting member – all from the University of Bayreuth.
Violas Thomas Rössel | Philipp Nickel | Wiebke Heidemeier | Ludwig Hampe | Martin Lauer | Dieter Mock | Philipp Hufnagel | Robert Majoros | Miyuki Saito | Jean-Marc Vogt | Mathias Bild | Fred Günther | Ulla Hirsch | Susanne Hefele
Her 2002 novel "Stay" was adapted for film by Wiebke Von Carolsfeld and released as a Telefilm / Irish Film Board co-production in 2013, premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival. It stars Aidan Quinn and Taylor Schilling.
On 28 February 1990 “Hurricane Wiebke” struck Germany, laying great swathes of the country waste. Feusdorf was not spared, and several hundred cubic metres of wood were “mown around”.
Vivian was one of a series of severe hurricanes in 1990. It struck large parts of Europe from 25 to 27 February 1990 and cost 64 people their lives. A few days later it was followed by "Wiebke". After Hurricane Andrew in 1992 (26.5 B. USD), "Daria" in 1990 and "Lothar" in 1999 (each costing c. B USD), and the West European Hurricane of 1987 (4.3 B USD) "Vivian/Wiebke" was one of the most expensive Atlantic storms in history, costing 4 B USD of insurance payments.
Marion Bridge is a 2002 Canadian film directed by Wiebke von Carolsfeld. It won the award for Best Canadian First Feature Film at the 2002 Toronto International Film Festival. The film was based on a play by Daniel MacIvor. The film is also noted as Ellen Page's first performance in a feature film.
In 2010, she was the soprano soloist in a recording of Bach's "Weihnachts-Oratorium" with the Dresdner Kammerchor and the Gewandhausorchester, conducted by Riccardo Chailly, with Wiebke Lehmkuhl (alto), Martin Lattke (tenor) as the Evangelist, Wolfram Lattke (tenor) and Konstantin Wolff (bass).
He is a Roman Catholic, and a member of the General Conference of the Central Committee of German Catholics. He has been married to Wiebke Rösler, also a physician, since 2003. The couple has twin girls, Grietje and Gesche, born in 2008.
Wiebke Muhsal (born 6 April 1986 in Lüdinghausen) is a German politician with the Alternative für Deutschland (AfD). Since 2014, she is a member of the Landtag of Thuringia and deputy chairman of the AfD caucus. She is also her party's critic on family and education policy and is a member of the Parliamentary Committee on Education, Youth and Sports.
In the run up to the congress a scientific opinion will be render to the annual main topic. It gives central background information for the discussions before, while and after the congress. Since 2007 Wiebke Steffen is responsible for this scientific opinion.
In autumn 2005 he founded his new gallery in Berlin, Egbert Baqué Contemporary Art, which primarily exhibits painting and photography. The artists of the gallery include: Abetz & Drescher, Pia Arnström, Wiebke Bartsch, Walter Bortolossi, Selket Chlupka, Claus Feldmann, Bettina van Haaren, Yago Hortal, Ivar Kaasik, Volker Lehnert, Wolfgang Neumann, Tim Plamper, Thibaut de Reimpré, Fernando M. Romero, and Franziska Strauss.
On the night from 31 January to 1 February 1990, Hurricane Wiebke uprooted a lot of the spruce that stood in the immediate area near to Räzebore. All the uprooted trees fell on the ground, but the cross in the sanctuary remained intact.