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Sutt·ner

 (zo͝ot′nər, so͝ot′-), Bertha von 1843-1914.
Austrian pacifist who wrote the novel Lay Down Your Arms (1889). She was the first woman to receive the Nobel Peace Prize (1905).

Sutt•ner

(ˈzʊt nər, ˈsʊt-; Ger. ˈzʊt nər)
n.
Bertha von, 1843–1914, Austrian writer: Nobel peace prize 1905.
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BRIGHTON: Krul 6 (Maenpaa, 46, 5), Bruno 7, Goldson 7, Hunemeier 7, MOM Suttner 8, Knockaert 7, Kayal 6, Stephens 8 (Propper, 46, 7), March 8, Locadia 7 (Baldock, 77), Ulloa 6.
6 JACK GRIMMER A welcome return for the right-back who had a difficult afternoon trying to contain winger Solly March and marauding full-back Markuss Suttner.
A casual spectator may have thought it was Boro who were the Premier League outfit as Pulis's men controlled the first 25 minutes, with the only moment of concern coming as left-back Markus Suttner hit a free-kick harmlessly over the top.
building planning according to hoai 2013, Part 3, Section 1 (architects~ services according to 34 hoai) lph 1-9, For the construction of a cafeteria for the bertha von suttner community school and the helene-fernau-horn school at the school center in stuttgart- freiberg.
Town strikers Elias Kachunga and Collin Quaner and defender Florent Hadergjonaj played with Brighton's Pascal Gross and Markus Suttner at FC Ingolstadt 04, with a combined total of 270 appearances for the German outfit.
He improved the protection around left-back Markus Suttner - who was given a horrible afternoon.
2) With 15 minutes gone, Okazaki pounced on a poor backpass by the hapless Markus Suttner.
Verdict Must get used to regular football VVMARKUS Suttner Ingoldstadt to Brighton, undisclosed Brighton have raided Ingolstadt for a second time this summer by snapping up Austrian international left-back Markus Suttner.
Special prosecutor April Wilson holds a photograph of Kenneth Suttner, January 31, 2017.
GroE- 19′, Cohen 68′, Suttner 72′ -- Vrancic 34′, 39′ pen)
In this book, author Raymond Suttner presents readers with a collection of essays regarding the status of democracy in South Africa historically and contemporarily.
Eventually, von Suttner was instrumental in establishing a working tribute to pacifism and alternatives to war at a peace conference at The Hague in 1899, followed by a second in 1907, and another at the opening of the Peace Palace in 1913.
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