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Examples of "wiesinger"
Kai Wiesinger (born April 16, 1966 in Hanover, Germany) is a German actor.
Veronique Wiesinger, Curator and director for Alberto and Annette Giacometti Foundation, Paris
Philipp Wiesinger (born 23 May 1994) is an Austrian footballer who plays for FC Liefering.
1997 Ben Becker, Heino Ferch, Ulrich Noethen, Heinrich Schafmeister, Heinrich Schafmeister, Max Tidof, Kai Wiesinger
Michael Wiesinger (born 27 December 1972) is a German football manager and former player.
Herbert Wiesinger (born 26 July 1948 in Jugenheim an der Bergstrasse) is a German former pair skater.
Paula (Paola) Rosa Wiesinger (later "Steger"; February 27, 1907 – June 12, 2001) was a pioneering Italian alpine skier and mountain climber.
Katja Wächter, Udo Wagner, Alexander Weber, Esther Weber, Thorsten Weidner, Benjamin Weinkauf, Ingo Weißenborn, Martin Wendel, André Weßels, Steffen Wiesinger, Rhena Wolf.
Steffen Wiesinger (born 27 November 1969) is a German fencer. He competed in the sabre events at the 1992 and 1996 Summer Olympics.
Upon his arrival in Vienna, Wiesenthal immediately telephoned Dr. Josef Wiesinger, who investigated Nazi crimes for the Austrian Ministry of the Interior. Upon being told that Silberbauer might still be a policeman, Wiesinger insisted that there were "at least six men on the Vienna police force" with the same surname and demanded a written request. On 2 June 1963, Wiesenthal submitted a detailed request but was told for months that the Vienna police were not yet ready to release their findings.
Wiesinger was born in Bolzano. She won the 1932 women's Downhill world championship in Cortina d'Ampezzo, and competed in the 1936 Winter Olympics, finishing 16th in the alpine skiing combined event.
Kai Wiesinger began taking private acting lessons as a teenager. After his Zivildienst (he served as a paramedic), he became an acting student in Munich. Since 1992 he has appeared in several German TV shows and motion pictures.
At the 1998 Bavarian Film Awards Joseph Vilsmaier won the awards for Best Director. Ben Becker, Heino Ferch, Ulrich Noethen, Heinrich Schafmeister, Max Tidof and Kai Wiesinger won a Special Prize
Following the departure of Nuremberg's manager Dieter Hecking in December 2012, Reutershahn took charge of the Bundesliga team along with Michael Wiesinger. On 7 October 2013, the duo was dismissed after a 0-5 defeat against Hamburger SV.
With partner Herbert Wiesinger, she is a three-time German national champion and 1973 European bronze medalist. They placed 5th at the 1972 Winter Olympics. They represented the club SC Rießersee.
In 1935 Wiesinger was invited to view the Trofeo Mezzalama, a competition that was only intended for male ski mountaineers. Due to an injury leave of Giusto Gervasutti, she took his military uniform, covered her face with sunglasses and his cap, and took part instead of him, but the cheat was discovered at a check point of the race.
He took up his role as coach of FC Ingolstadt's reserve team. Since 9 November 2009, he was caretaker manager of the first team before being later confirmed as manager. Almost exactly a year later, Wiesinger was sacked with Ingolstadt in 17th place in the 2. Bundesliga.
Terror in the Mall is a 1998 television movie directed by Norberto Barba and starring Rob Estes, Shannon Sturges, David Soul, Kai Wiesinger and Angeline Ball. The film is about a group of people trapped in a deserted mall during a flood along with an escaped prisoner.
6 November 2010 – In the last two places in the 2. Bundesliga, both FC Ingolstadt and Arminia Bielefeld sack their managers. Michael Wiesinger had been appointed manager in Ingolstadt almost exactly one year prior, and had led the team to promotion from the 3. Liga. Christian Ziege had taken the reins in Bielefeld, his first senior managerial post, at the beginning of the season.
At the same time Franz Angerer (Rühmann), a student of philology, arrives in Vienna, where he wants to attend a conference. He is put up by his Uncle Ferdinand (Karl Hellmer), who works as a butler for Direktor Wiesinger (Moser in rather an unusual role), the owner of a record company.