Wergeland


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Wergeland

(Norwegian ˈværɡəlan)
n
(Biography) Henrik Arnold. 1808–45, Norwegian poet and nationalist, remembered for his lyric and narrative verse
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Omland T, Sabatine MS, Jablonski KA, Rice MM, Hsia J, Wergeland R, et al.
Haaland JI, VD Norman, T Wergeland and TF Rutherford (1987) VEMOD: A Ricardo-Heckscher-Ohlin-Jones Model of World Trade, The Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 89:3, Modelling Trade and Trade Policy; 251-270
Lowery Ingrid, to Linda Wergeland Trust; 3736 Colony Oaks Dr, Eugene; $230,000.
Past Var Frelsers gravlund (graveyard), posthumous home to such Norwegian literary greats as Henrik Ibsen, Henrik Wergeland, and Camilla Collett, lies Ruuds Antikvariat, a tiny bookstore for old and rare books, and a Fretex (a chain of secondhand stores owned by the Norwegian Frelsesarmeen, or Salvation Army).
Wijnolst (Euromed Management) and Wergeland (Copenhagen Business School) trace the history of the modern maritime shipping industry and describe the design of oil and gas tankers, bulk carriers, container ships, ro-ro vessels, and forest product ships.
25) La excepcion es "Noticia sobre la vida y obras de Henrick Wergeland, poeta noruego", (El Artista, No 6, tomo II).
The Discoverer" is the third novel of a trilogy of Jonas Wergeland, a man just leaving prison for the death of his wife.
ajan Zed, who is president of Universal Society of Hinduism, stressed that Norway should listen to Henrik Wergeland, one of its greatest poets, who wrote, "Every religion has a gentle and loving heart", and fought for the weak.
Wergeland wrote a poem "Follow the Call", which includes a well known verse:
The NOK292m contract, awarded by the municipality of Bergen, covers the rail section between Wergeland and Fantoft, and includes the construction of three stations and two tunnels.