Mjolnir

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Mjolnir

Thor’s hammer. [Norse Myth.: Brewer Dictionary, 1076]
See: Thunder
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Omar Abdel Hamid El-Hussein was born in Denmark to Palestinian parents and lived in the Mjolner Park in Norrebro together with his parents and little brother.
Mr Johnson, 59, set sail from Merseyside on his 31-foot yacht Mjolner at 1pm on Saturday, bound for Llandudno where he was due to perform last night at the North Wales Theatre.
The principal weapons comprised the turbojet-powered RBS 15F anti-ship missile and the BK 90 Mjolner, an inertially-guided gliding sub-munitions dispenser developed for Sweden by Daimler-Benz Aerospace, now EADS (Munich, Germany).
Three of the cultivars were winter bread wheat (Stava, Rental, and Mjolner), four were spring bread wheat (Vinjett, Thasos, Tjalve, and Hanno), and four cultivars were durum wheat (Astrodur, Helidur, Grandur, and Extradur).
For some cultivars, these differences were also significant; among the winter wheat cultivars, Mjolner had a significant higher Cd level than did Stava, while among the spring bread wheat cultivars, Tjalve had a significantly higher level than did Vinjett and Thasos, and finally, within the durum wheats, Extradur had higher level of Cd in the shoots than did Helidur.
As a programming environment, we chose the Mjolner Beta System supporting the object-oriented programming language BETA [13].
An example of such a composite is used to represent modules in the Mjolner Beta programming environment [13].
The principal weapons comprised the turbojet-powered RBS 15F anti-ship missile and the BK 90 Mjolner, an inertially-guided gliding submunitions dispenser developed for Sweden by Daimler-Benz Aerospace, now EADS (Munich, Germany).
The development environment is the Scandinavian Mjolner BETA System (MBS), see [14, 15].
Object-Oriented Software Development Environments--The Mjolner Approach.