Saint Olaf

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Noun1.Saint Olaf - King and patron saint of Norway (995-1030)Saint Olaf - King and patron saint of Norway (995-1030)
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She earned a bachelor of music degree from Saint Olaf College, majoring in piano performance.
Past giveaway winners include: Arizona State University, California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo, University of Michigan, City University of New York, Northwestern University, Purdue University, Saint Louis University, Saint Olaf College, Stanford University, University of California, Berkley, University of California Merced, University of Tennessee, University of Texas at Dallas, Willamette University.
Then Ormica received Christianity according to the teaching of Saint Olaf, and built an oratory at the same location where the Akergarn church now stands.
Matheson said he can trace most of his family origin back about a thousand years to his 36th great-grandfather - Saint Olaf of Norway.
Aslaug Ommundsen traces the localisation of Latin liturgy and the role of Saint Olaf in establishing local liturgical relevance.
The AFLC model was first created in 1989 at Saint Olaf College, where students who are at an intermediate proficiency level in a foreign language are allowed to take courses in the humanities, behavioral and natural sciences, and mathematics with an AFLC.
In the first half of his article he examines the sources for our knowledge of them; in the second, he traces the path that led the two to national sainthood--Sunniva in Norway (even if she was later overshadowed by Saint Olaf) and Henrik in Finland, where his cult continued even after the Reformation.
Reece (classics, Saint Olaf's College) looks at the many words in the Homeric epics that seem to have no connection to ancient Greek or any other known language and applies theories of language evolution to them.
He is a patron saint of Aberdeen, Scotland, and is honored, along with Saint Olaf, as the patron saint of Norway.