Inger


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Noun1.Inger - a member of western Finnish people formerly living in the Baltic province where Saint Petersburg was built
Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic, Soviet Russia, Russia - formerly the largest Soviet Socialist Republic in the USSR occupying eastern Europe and northern Asia
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When she is old enough, it will be her decision," Inger said.
HOLIDAY FUN: 18-year-old Wendy admires this oversized Easter egg in 1968; school pupils enjoy some Easter fun in 1981; and pastry chefs Mike Goddard, Mr Patzer and Pater Inger at Birmingham's Albany Hotel in 1981 with a 12-pound hot cross bun EGGHEADS: Mark Bywater, from Beaconside First and Middle School, in a competition in 1986 to find the best decorated and most original egg; and pupils from Ocker Hill Junior School in Tipton in 1984 HAT'S ENTERTAINMENT: Katie Niblett and James Crawford, both aged three, show off their Easter bonnets at Marlbrook Playgroup, Bromsgrove, in 1988 GETTING AHEAD: Christopher Stonehall, five, from Moons Moat School in Redditch, with an Easter chick on his head gear in 1985.
RETIRING: Alan Inger with Tiny Tim's Children's Centre manager Sarah Hemings Picture: James Balfour
I was diagnosed with cancer in 2005," Inger explains in a recent interview.
Mrs Graham added: "I had my house re-wired recently but Inger didn't.
Maureen Inger is vicechairwoman of the Perry Barr HLB, a representative at City HLB, ward advisory boards and constituency strategic partnership.
Inger said: 'I've already bought a pair of shoes and haven't stopped yet.
Although the strongest protective effect was seen in children without a family history of asthma, even children with a family history experienced a 27% decreased risk, reported Inger Kull of the Karolinksa Hospital, Stockholm, and colleagues (J.
The Same language area is represented by Inger Mari Aikio-Arianaick.
Inger Marie Okkenhaug's Quality of Heroic Living is a welcome addition to the history of British missions and Palestinian history.
Chicklet's abrupt personality changes make her a prime suspect for a series of killings among her beach set, but in Busch's pre-David Lynch joke on Middle America, normative behavior is every bit as suspicious: There are sexphobic moms who live to needlepoint; body-waxed surfer dudes who seem a little too stuck on each other; lily-white foreign exchange students who speak like Inger Stevens in The Farmer's Daughter.