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Svein:

see SweynSweyn
, c.960–1014, king of Denmark (986–1014), son of Harold Bluetooth. Although baptized, he reverted to paganism and rebelled against his father, who was killed in battle.
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Carnegie & Co AB (STO:DCARB) announced on Wednesday the appointment of Svein Erik Lilleland, current member of the board of directors and interim CEO, as permanent CEO of the company.
It's better to be part of something bigger, part of a larger trading bloc SVEIN RUUD FATHER OF TWO AND BUSINESSMAN
By Central Bank Governor Svein Gjedrem, The Royal Norwegian Embassy, London, October 28 1999.
SVEIN GRONDALEN Norway defender Svein Grondalen probably saw nothing wrong when he put on his running shoes but while out jogging he collided with a moose and was forced to withdraw from an international as a result.
Many felt Germany's Erik Durm should have been given his marching orders when he fouled Steven Naismith but Miller says Norwegian ref Svein Oddvar any felt Germany's Erik Durm should have been given his marching orders when he fouled Steven Naismith but Miller says Norwegian ref Svein Oddvar Moen made the right call.
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1 See for instance Rasmussen, Svein, 'Statoil pa Rotvoll', in Byggekunst 3, 1995, p194.
Shakhtar coach Maircea Lucescu blasted ref Svein Oddvar Moen of Norway, claiming he had "hugged" Fulham's three Norwegian players.