Persson


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Pers•son

(ˈpɛr sɔn)
n.
Göran, born 1949, prime minister of Sweden since 1996.
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Una vez que Persson asume estos puntos de vista, se situa en posicion para abordar los dilemas a los que se enfrentara en las siguientes secciones.
Katherine Persson, president of the Rock Creek Campus of Portland Community College, has been named the new president of Lone Star College-Kingwood.
There's Glen Hansard from the Frames, Snow Patrol's Gary Lightbody, Cardigans chanteuse Nina Persson, Damien Rice's pal Lisa Hannigan, Divine Comedian Neil Hannon and others of that ilk backed by the Bell X1 collective.
The Swedish soprano Annalena Persson overflowed with power and passion as the mystical Irish princess Isolde.
SWEDISH Prime Minister Goran Persson conceded defeat in parliamentary elections yesterday.
Swedish Prime Minister Goran Persson said Thursday that the abduction of Japanese nationals by North Korea is a ''crime against human rights.''
The eight-times national champion from Solihull had not dropped a game in four rounds to reach the final but the No 3 seed had to concede defeat to top seed Sara Persson.
So declared Swedish Prime Minister Goran Persson in a meeting with Prime Minister Ariel Sharon Tuesday.
But unlike Kentucky amateur Jay McNeil, who chanced upon his nebula on CCD images he took with his 3-inch refractor (S&T: June 2004, page 114), Roger Persson, a 43-year-old computer programmer from Hindas, Sweden, discovered his object in Cepheus last October 3rd during a systematic Internet search for unknown variables on archival images.
In the 1980s, Persson developed a system where a razor cut specimen could be placed on a split screen and compared side by side with the Phillips references (ref.
The energy is dissipated a little [way] inside the rubber," Persson says.
Swedish Prime Minister Goeran Persson told Japanese opposition party leader Naoto Kan on Wednesday that his country is ready to help Japan resolve issues related to North Korea's past abductions of Japanese nationals.