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(ˈmɑr tn sən; Sw. ˈmɑr tɪnˌsɔn)
Harry Edmund, 1904–78, Swedish novelist and poet: Nobel prize 1974.
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Analyst Ryan Martinson, assistant professor at China Maritime Studies Institute, posted on Twitter that Chinese oceanographic ship "Zhang Jian" has returned to the Philippine EEZ.
But Martinson believes that the ships were conducting marine scientific research.
Two Chinese survey ships have been recently spotted operating within the Philippines' EEZ by Ryan Martinson, an assistant professor at US Naval War College, who posted the satellite tracking of the vessels on Twitter this week.
(Picture by Joosep Martinson - FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images) Wanda bench selfie after the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup France semi-final between the Netherlands and Sweden at Stade de Lyon in Lyon, France.
Matt Martinson, 44, was involved in drug dealing and burglary before being jailed in 1995 for an armed raid on a post office.
Ashlee Martinson appeals a judgment of conviction for two counts of second-degree intentional homicide, as well as an order denying her postconviction motion for resentencing.
Boulton's guests, Guardian columnist Jane Martinson and Brexit central editor Jonathan Isaby, didn't support the presenter's line of thoughts.
Organised by Neil Martinson, from the Snowdonia Mountain Hostel, over 400 native tree species were planted by the Bangor University volunteers.
Tim Martinson, senior extension associate at Cornell University's department of horticulture, confirmed Walter-Peterson's report, and added: "The wet weather has brought warmer night temperatures with it, and the warm and humid nights are contributing factors for the pathogens taking off that cause fruit rot." As far as yields are concerned, Martinson noted that "It looks like a lot of fruit in the vineyards, but it's not as much as last year.
Backstrom's interest in the potential affects of images is fueled by the plot of Aniara, a 1956 book-length science-fiction poem written by Nobel laureate Harry Martinson, best known in his (and Backstrom's) home country of Sweden.
A gripping Swedish crime drama with subtitles in English, Rebecka Martinson, series 1 follows Rebecka Martin a successful Stockholm lawyer, who returns to her remote hometown near the Arctic Circle to discern the truth behind a violent death.
The corporation's editorial guidelines meant freelance journalist Jane Martinson, formerly of The Guardian, had to be drafted in to interview Gracie on the station's Woman's Hour programme.