Frithiof

Frithiof

kills proud sea-kings, saves a king and queen from death, and defeats her brothers in battle. [Nor. Lit.: Haydn & Fuller, 275]
See: Hatred

Frithiof

kills proud sea-kings, saves a king and queen from death, and defeats her brothers in battle. [Nor. Lit.: Haydn & Fuller, 275]
See: Heroism
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In Stockholm, Sweden, the team held a special dinner at Pontus Frithiof Atelier 23.
Frithiof R, Soehnlein O, Eriksson S, Fenhammar J, Hjelmqvist H, Lindbom L, et al.
Holstrom and his sons, Hjalmar and Frithiof, with their horse-drawn delivery truck in front of their family-owned market in Drury Square in 1909.
So we decided to compile a report which will reflect the true views and opinions of engineers and OEMs across a number of industries," said Trelleborg's Johan Frithiof. The survey can be completed at: http://www.smart-survey.co.uk/v.asp?i=78315xqdbg.
Foi observado aumento dos niveis do ion [Na.sup.+] arterial em ambos os grupos (Tabela 1), quando comparados aos valores basais, fato possivel pela infusao de NaCl 7,5%, (FRITHIOF et al., 2006); entretanto, foi observada diferenca significativa apenas no GSH, ate 30 minutos apos a realizacao do tratamento.
Frigel may for example be said to have laid the foundation for Johan Helmich Roman research in Sweden, followed by Frithiof Cronhamn, and developed further only in the twentieth century.
He says that, in the Saga of Frithiof the Bold, there is a ship named Ellidi.
Oriental and Classical Studies in Honour of Frithiof Rundgren, Uppsala 1986 (Orientalia Suecana XXXIII--XXXV (1984--1986)), in der er Belege fur das Ethnikon magyar in altarabischen Texten beibringt.
There are ten Norwegian folktales and Norse myths and sagas (Sigurd, Frithiof, etc.); nine Greek myths, plus three Aesop fables; five French stories (three Roland episodes, one Perrault, one La Fontaine fable); three Grimms' tales; three Andersen tales; three Indian tales; two Irish stories; and one Russian, one "Slavic," one Swedish, and one Persian story.