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Huberta, asteroid 260 (the 260th asteroid to be discovered, on October 3, 1886), is approximately 98 kilometers in diameter and has an orbital period of 6.3 years. This asteroid was named after Hubert, the patron saint of hunters. When Huberta is prominent in a natal chart, it indicates someone for whom hunting, searching, researching, or investigating is a life theme. The sign and house position of Huberta indicates how and where this searching drive manifests itself.


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Together, they made ten short films that belong with the classics of non-conformist art of the late 20th century: the Kafkaesque The Flat (Byt, 1968), in which animated objects grind down their owner; Jaberwocky (Zvahlav aneb saticky slameneho Huberta, 1971), a tribute to Lewis Carroll; Don Sajn (1969), an hommage to old puppet shows; or Leonardo's Diary (1972), a study in societal decay through the medium of archive footage.
Huberta von Voss is the wife of the German ambassador to the U.N.
Huberta von Voss Wittig and Sheila Lyall Grant say they made the video of their own initiative, and are appealing for viewers to sign an online petition against the violence.
In the video, Sheila Lyall Grant and Huberta von Voss-Wittig implore Asma al-Assad "to stand up for peace" and speak out against the deadly crackdown instigated by her husband President Bashar al-Assad.
(6.) "Placzesz mlodziehcze, oplakujesz ojczyzne, mowil kapitan, jak gdyby czytajac w duszy Huberta. Tak, ciezko sie z nia rozstawac, i wtedy dopiero poznajemy, jak byla dla nas droga; kto ja utraci, to tak, jakby mu umarla matka jego.
Leslie Witz's research on Huberta, the hippo, acknowledges that nonhuman animals have biographies and are culturally located (2004).
We had to cross the Pyrenees into Spain by car (again through the kindness of our hosts, Huberta and Arno, in St-Jean-Pied-de-Port, France) and take the bus while I healed.
He joined the family pump making business after serving as a fighter pilot in the Czechoslovakian airforce and married Huberta in 1932.
The prosecutor called for a three-and-a-half year jail term but Judge Huberta Knoeringer was impressed by Becker paying pounds 2million to the court in atonement before the case.
Presiding Judge Huberta Knoeringer said Becker, still a hugely popular figure in Germany, would have faced jail if the tax-evasion charges hadn't dated back a decade.
Judge Huberta Knoeringer scotched rumours of a deal with his lawyers, saying: "No deal has been reached - that is why we are here."
(3) In addition, several minor characters are preoccupied with their own matrimonial state and/or that of others: Agathe, Antoinette, Edine, Huberta, Nanni, Neugebauer, Neuhoff, Vinzenz.