St. Olav


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Noun1.St. Olav - King and patron saint of Norway (995-1030)St. Olav - King and patron saint of Norway (995-1030)
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One was taken to St. Olav's Hospital in Trondheim and others were taken to local hospitals.
One was taken to St. Olav's Hospital in the town of Trondheim, which is central Norway's most advanced medical facility.
(4) Department of Oncology, St. Olav's Hospital, Trondheim, Norway
Hyman, who was popular in Norway due to the theatre work there, was awarded the Medal of St. Olav from the king of the country in 1988.
Boutros-Ghali has been awarded the St. Olav Order by King Haakon of Norway, the highest order given to artists in Norway, and her works have been displayed internationally throughout her career.
Guests can visit St. Olav's Church, which was built by a Viking King, or learn about the city's fascinating past at the Nordvegan History Centre.
Tom Pinfold (left) and Malcolm Leach (right) lead a group of this years Wirral's St. Olav walkers Tom Pinfold (left) and Malcolm Leach (right) lead a group of this years Wirral's St.
The topics include the cult of St. Olav in and beyond the North cultural sphere, whether St.
Yet, it and like-minded churches are perhaps rediscovering a need; the remarkable rise in the Lutheran Church of Norway's veneration of St. Olav in recent decades, described by Knut Kittelsaa, points in this direction.
Hallan of St. Olav University Hospital and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, both in Trondheim, and his colleagues.
Hallan, of St. Olav University Hospital and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, both in Trondheim, and his colleagues.
Tomm Brostrup Muller of St. Olav's Hospital/Trondheim (Norway) University Hospital and his colleagues came up with the figure of 0.83%.