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Rasmussen

Knud Johan Victor . 1879--1933, Danish arctic explorer and ethnologist. He led several expeditions through the Arctic in support of his theory that the North American Indians were originally migrants from Asia
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lang=en) tweet , Samantha said that Rasmussen never met Markle, so he is no position to say who she and Prince Harry should and shouldn't invite to their wedding.
There has been one thing carved out in stone and that is Article 5," Rasmussen said, referring to the article of NATO's founding treaty that lays out the principle of collective defense.
Knud Rasmussen was born in Jakobshavn (Illulissat) on the west coast of Greenland, the son of a Danish missionary and a mother with Inuit ancestry.
Rasmussen further stated that annexation of Crimea to Russia led to suspension of some cooperation programs with Russian government.
Additional measures based on recommendations by our military authorities must be taken and we are to discuss this in the next few weeks," Rasmussen was quoted by Mediapool Agency as saying.
The company said that Dr Rasmussen will replace Richard Walters, who has stepped down from the board.
In a press conference, Rasmussen, who sat alongside his existing team sponsors, Christina and Claus Hembo of Christina Watches-Onfone, also announced that he was quitting the sport immediately.
In his new role, Rasmussen will report to Tom Wolfe, head of Wells Fargo Consumer Credit Solutions, which offers an array of consumer finance products including student loans, credit cards, auto loans, personal loans and lines of credit.
Rasmussen, 18, already knew she had won a national songwriting contest last spring that was co-presented by NASA.
Rasmussen as always handing him a flier announcing some coming event - while he was attending another event, a concert, a fundraiser, a bicycle ride.
Rasmussen said the NATO transit agreements with Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan would give NATO forces more flexibility ahead of the planed withdrawal of most foreign combat troops from Afghanistan by the end of 2014.
We operated on the basis of a UN mandate and I want to stress that we terminated our operations in Libya on 31 October last year and our mission has been completed and we have no intention to return to Libya," said Rasmussen in his monthly press conference and New Year's reception for the media held at NATO headquarters this afternoon.