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Pontoppidan

Henrik. 1857--1943, Danish novelist and short-story writer, author of the novel sequences The Promised Land (1891--95), Lykke-Per (1898--1904), and The Empire of Death (1912--16). Nobel prize for literature 1917
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This region has a bit of everything were looking for, said Pontoppidan.
The congregations are diverse in population and location; First Lutheran is centered in the small community of Hope; Pontoppidan Lutheran is an open country congregation with an average worship age of 45.
Pontoppidan shared the 1917 Nobel Prize for literature with fellow Dane Karl Adolph Gjellerup.
Segundo Pontoppidan, Dantzker citado por Consolo, Palhares e Consolo (2002) a melhor distribuicao e equilibrio da ventilacao em regioes com baixa relacao ventilacao/perfusao (V/Q), deu-se com o incremento da PEEP entre 3 cm[H.
Pontoppidan et al (2004) have studied numerically the influence of fuel supply (pressure) fluctuations over a wide range of pressures (70 to 130 MPa) with two different Common-Rail (CR) high pressure fuel injectors.
Mads Kjaer walked into the meeting room where his colleagues, Ina Cordelia Pontoppidan and Alette Pramming, had been briefing me about MyC4, and announced "the baby is doing fine.
Vilhelm Eriksen produced a version of Aladdin in toy theatre format, and writers from Hans Christian Andersen and Hans Egede Schack to Meir Aron Goldschmidt, Holger Drachmann, Henrik Pontoppidan and Johannes V Jensen all took such inspiration from Aladdin that literary historians now talk about the Aladdin-Noureddin tradition in Danish literature.
That's why Myanna Pontoppidan should be a lesbian legend.
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Thus, the book can be read both as a bildungsroman of the author (or of any young man) and as a period picture, but the two genres are blended together in such a unique way that the work is raised to the level of such masterful memoirs as those by Henrik Pontoppidan and Martin Andersen Nexo.