in Norway, owned by the Orkla Group. It was established in 1833, and was one of the first companies in Norway to start manufacturing brand name products (brand). It currently operates three factories in Norway, and employs a total working staff of 595. Rasmussen studied in Norway, then returned to Tórshavn in the Faroes as music teacher and jazz pianist. From 1990 to 1995 he studied musical composition at the Royal Danish Academy of Music in Copenhagen under Ib
, Sweden, Norway, Italy, Belgium, Luxembourg, Poland, Spain and Hungary. Parramore has been living in Norway since 1981. As of 2006 he lives and works part of the time in Warsaw and France where he has set up "Par Amore" with his partner and life companion Basia Borkala. '''''Velvet Darkness They Fear''''' is the second album of Norwegian (Norway) metal (Heavy metal music) band Theatre of Tragedy. It was released in 1996 through Massacre Records. '''''Musique''''' is the fourth music album of Norwegian (Norway) metal (Heavy metal music) band Theatre of Tragedy, and the album that marked the switch from gothic metal with Early Modern English lyrics to a more electronic (electronic music) style, using Modern English. "Voodoo People" "Out of Space" entered the UK Singles Chart at number twenty, and the Irish Singles Chart at number 27 on 9 October 2005. The song also peaked at number twenty in the Norwegian (Norway) singles chart four weeks later on 6 November, "The Prodigy - Out of Space (Audio Bullys remix). norwegiancharts.com. Retrieved 14 August 2008. and reached the top 100 in the Swiss (Switzerland) singles chart. In April 2000 the ''Stena Invicta'' was chartered to the Norway-based Color Line (Color Line (ferry operator)), with a purchase option included in the charter agreement. The ship was re-registered at Nassau, Bahamas, rebuilt at Drammen, Norway and renamed ''Color Viking''. On 2000-06-14 the ship entered service on Color Line's Sandefjord—Strömstad service. In May of the following year Color Line utilized their purchase option on the ship. She was subsequently re-registered in Norway, with Sandefjord as her homeport. '''Kristian Cato Walby Kjelling''' ( Commons:Category:Norway Dmoz:Regional Europe Norway Wikipedia:Norway
of birth (DDMMYY), a three digit ''individual number'', and two check digits. The individual number and the check digits are collectively known as the ''personal number''. The first check digit is calculated as follows: The end of the civil war in Scotland The first English Civil War had ended in May 1646, when Charles I (Charles I of England) surrendered to the Scottish Covenanter army in England. After failing to persuade the King to take the Covenant, the Scots finally handed him over
;, recorded by Cosmic Rough Riders, and released on a Frankie Miller tribute album. Special student and teacher exchange programs have been set up with next universities: *In Europe: University of Bergen (Norway), Roskilde (Denmark), Göteborg (Gothenburg), Linköping and Växjö (Sweden), Greifswald, Hohenheim, Zittau Görlitz (Germany), Poitiers, Du Maine, Pierre et Marie Curie University (France), UBS Vannes (France), Bologna, Parma, SDA Bocconi, Università di Cagliari (Italy), and University of Torun (Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń) (Poland); *In the United States: Alabama, Fordham (Fordham University), Creighton (Creighton University), Loyola, Seton Hall (Seton Hall University) universities; At the 1932 Winter Olympic Games (Figure skating at the 1932 Winter Olympics) in Lake Placid, New York, Maribel Vinson earned the bronze medal behind the Norwegian (Norway) champion Sonja Henie and the Austrian runner up, Fritzi Burger. While still competing, in the 1930s, Maribel Vinson became the first woman sportswriter at the New York Times newspaper. Following her retirement from amateur ice skating she married Canadian (Canada) skater Guy Owen (1913–1952) with whom she toured as professionals in an ice skating revue. Initially based in Berkeley, California, following the birth of their two daughters: Maribel Yerxa Owen (Maribel Owen) (1940–1961) and Laurence Rochon Owen (Laurence Owen) (1944–1961), she returned to the rink as an ice-skating coach in Berkeley, California The '''National Security Authority''' ('''NSM''') ( Commons:Category:Norway Dmoz:Regional Europe Norway Wikipedia:Norway
before the BBFC for certification and declared them prosecutable for obscenity. This list of "video nasties (video nasty)" included ''Cannibal Holocaust'', which was successfully prosecuted and banned. The film was also banned in Australia, Norway, Finland, New Zealand and several other countries in 1984.
. Cuts to retain an R18 classification were offered by the Office, but they were eventually refused. In 2011, after numerous versions with extensive mandated cuts had been released in years prior,
monarch, king of Denmark (1448–1481), Norway (1450–1481) and Sweden (1457–1464), under the Kalmar Union. In Sweden his short tenure as monarch was preceded by regents, Jöns Bengtsson Oxenstierna and Erik Axelsson Tott (Erik Axelsson Tott (regent of Sweden)) and succeeded by regent Kettil Karlsson Vasa. Also Duke of Schleswig and Holstein 1460–81. '''Frederick I of Denmark''' and Norway (7 October 1471 – 10 April 1533) was the King of Denmark
York:1930 McGraw-Hill Page 91; Color Sample of Cobalt Blue: Page 131 Plate 34 Color Sample L7 The leading world manufacturer of cobalt blue in the 19th century was Blaafarveværket ("blue-color works," in Dano-Norwegian) in Norway, led by Benjamin Wegner (Jacob Benjamin Wegner). Germany was also famous for production- especially the ''Blaufarbenwerke'' ("blue-color works," in German) of Schneeburg. The dye is not to be confused with Prussian blue, which is an intensely-blue pigment based on iron and cyanide, that contains no cobalt. '''Borgund''' is a village and former municipality (List of former municipalities of Norway) in Sogn og Fjordane county (Counties of Norway), Norway. It was part of the traditional district (Districts of Norway) of Sogn. The administrative center of Borgund was the village of Steinklepp, which has a store, a bank, and a school. Today, Borgund is an area within the Lærdal municipality and also a small village which is home to the famous Stave church called Borgund stave church. The historical Filefjell Kongevegen road passes through the Borgund area. Amerling spent much time traveling: in 1836 and 1838 to Italy, 1838 to the Netherlands, 1839 to Munich, 1840-43 in Rome, 1882 in Spain, 1883 in England, 1884 in Greece, 1885 in Skandinavia up to Norway's North Cape (North Cape, Norway) and 1886 to Egypt and Palestine. He was married four times: to Antonie Kaltenthaler from 1832 until her death in 1843; from 1844–45 to Katharina Heissler (ending in divorce); from 1857 until her death in 1880 with Emilie Heinrich; and finally to Maria Nemetschke from 1881 until his death. *'''Delete'''. DCEdwards1966 (User:DCEdwards1966) 03:32, Nov 20, 2004 (UTC) *Keep. Notable enough in Norway. --Dittaeva (User:Dittaeva) 20:43, 23 Nov 2004 (UTC) *Delete: promo. Wile E. Heresiarch (User:Wile E. Heresiarch) 21:24, 23 Nov 2004 (UTC) The winner is chosen by an adjudication committee appointed by the Nordic Council. The committee consists of ten members, two each from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. The committee members are generally experts in their own country's literature, as well as their neighbouring countries. In addition to the regular members, additional members may be added to the committee if works are nominated from Åland (Åland Islands), the Faroe Islands, Greenland or the Sami language (Sami languages) area. Apart from the monetary award, the intent of the prize is also to "increase interest in the literature of neighbouring countries as well in Nordic cultural fellowship". Commons:Category:Norway Dmoz:Regional Europe Norway Wikipedia:Norway
Larger birds (e.g. sandpipers, flickers (Colaptes) http: www.carolinaraptorcenter.org merlin.php and even Rock Pigeons http: elibrary.unm.edu sora Wilson v100n01 p0137-p0139.pdf as heavy as the Merlin itself) and other animals—insects (especially dragonflies and moths), small mammals (especially bats and voles) and reptiles—complement its diet. These are more important outside the breeding season, when they can make up a considerable part of the Merlin's diet. But for example in Norway, while small birds are certainly the breeding Merlin's staple food, exceptional breeding success seems to require an abundance of ''Microtus'' voles. Biography Lowry was born on March 20, 1937, in Hawaii, Pennsylvania State University Center for the Book biography to parents Robert and Katharine (Landis) Hammersberg. Initially, Lois' parents named her "Cena" for her Norwegian (Norway) grandmother but upon hearing this, her grandmother telegraphed (telegram) and instructed Lois' parents that the child should have an American name. http: www.loislowry.com pdf Richmond_Speech.pdf Her parents chose the names Lois and Ann, which were the names of her father's sisters. The '''Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation''' (Norwegian (Norwegian language): '''Norsk
single of all time, with about 900,000 sales. Best-selling singles of all time in France. Infodisc.fr (Retrieved September 19, 2008) A large long-term Norwegian (Norway) twin study found paranoid personality disorder to be modestly heritable and to share a portion of its genetic and environmental risk factors with schizoid (schizoid personality disorder) and schizotypal personality disorder. ref name "
hydropower plants are located along the river. Reception After the huge success Lyngstad had scored in Sweden with the Swedish version of "Fernando", the group decided to record it in English. This was a wise step, as "Fernando" became one of ABBA's best-selling singles, with more than 10 million copies sold worldwide and topping the charts in at least 13 countries: Australia, Austria, Belgium, France, West Germany, the United Kingdom, Hungary
Jostedalsbreen Glacier (Jostedalsbreen) in 1970. One notable trek was the Transglobe Expedition he undertook between 1979 and 1982 when he and two fellow members of 21 SAS (Artists Rifles), Oliver Shepard and Charles R. Burton, journeyed around the world on its polar axis, using surface transport only. Nobody else has ever done so by any route before or since. Epidote is an abundant rock-forming mineral, but one of secondary origin. It occurs in marble and schistose rocks
cooperation that had been achieved "on the ice". Modern influence Ask and Embla have been the subject of a number of references and artistic depictions. A sculpture depicting the two stands in the southern Swedish city of Sölvesborg, created in 1948 by Stig Blomberg. Ask and Embla are depicted on two of the sixteen wooden panels found on the Oslo City Hall in Oslo, Norway by Dagfin Werenskjold. Commons:Category:Norway Dmoz:Regional Europe Norway Wikipedia:Norway
'''Norway''' ( The Antarctic Peter I Island and the sub-Antarctic Bouvet Island are dependent territories (Dependencies of Norway) and thus not considered part of the Kingdom. Norway also lays claim to a section of Antarctica known as Queen Maud Land. Until 1814, the Kingdom included the Faroe Islands (since 1035), Greenland (1261), and Iceland (1262).
Norway has a total area of The country shares a long eastern border with Sweden (1,619 km (List of countries and territories by land borders) or 1,006 mi long). Norway is bordered by Finland and Russia to the north-east, and the Skagerrak Strait (Skagerrak) to the south, with Denmark on the other side. Norway has an extensive coastline, facing the North Atlantic Ocean and the Barents Sea.
King Harald V (Harald V of Norway) of the House of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg is the current monarch of Norway (Monarchy of Norway). Erna Solberg became Prime Minister in 2013, replacing Jens Stoltenberg. A constitutional monarchy since 1814, state power is divided (Separation of power) between the Parliament (Storting), the King and his Council (Cabinet of Norway), and the Supreme Court (Supreme Court of Norway). Between 1661 and 1814, Norway was an absolute monarchy, and before 1661, the King shared power with the Norwegian nobility (Aristocracy of Norway). Traditionally established in 872 (Battle of Hafrsfjord) and originating in one of the petty kingdoms (Petty kingdoms of Norway), Norway is one of the oldest still existing kingdoms in Europe and world-wide. The Kingdom has existed continuously for over 1,100 years, and the list of Norwegian monarchs includes over sixty kings and earls.
Norway has both administrative and political subdivisions on two levels, known as counties (fylke (Counties of Norway)) and municipalities (kommune (List of municipalities of Norway)). The Sámi people have a certain amount of self-determination and influence over traditional territories through the Sámi Parliament (Sami Parliament of Norway) and the Finnmark Act. Norway maintains close ties (Norway – European Union relations) with the European Union and its member countries (despite rejecting full EU membership in two referenda (Norwegian European Union membership referendum, 1994)), as well as with the United States. Norway is a founding member of the United Nations, NATO, the Council of Europe, the Antarctic Treaty and the Nordic Council; a member of the European Economic Area, the WTO (World Trade Organization) and the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development); and is also a part of the Schengen Area.
The country maintains a combination of market economy and a Nordic welfare model (Nordic model) with universal health care and a comprehensive social security system. Norway has extensive reserves of petroleum, natural gas, minerals, lumber, seafood, fresh water, and hydropower. The petroleum industry accounts for around a quarter of the country's gross domestic product. From 2010 to 2012, Norway was classified as the most democratic country by the Democracy Index. Curtis M. Wong (14 December 2010). World's Top Democratic Governments: Economist Intelligence Unit's Democracy Index 2010 (PHOTOS). ''The Huffington Post.'' Retrieved 27 August 2013. Democracy index 2011. ''Economist Intelligence Unit'' Retrieved 27 August 2013. Kavitha A. Davidson (21 March 2013). Democracy Index 2013: Global Democracy At A Standstill, The Economist Intelligence Unit's Annual Report Shows. ''The Huffington Post.'' Retrieved 27 August 2013.
Around 994 A.D., two centuries of Viking raids to southern and western areas of Europe tapered off following the adoption of Christianity (Christianization of Scandinavia). Norway then expanded its overseas territory to parts of Great Britain, Ireland, the Faroe Islands, Iceland, and Greenland. Norwegian power peaked in 1265. Competition from the Hanseatic League, and the spread of the Black Death, weakened the country. In 1397, Norway became part of the Kalmar Union with Denmark and Sweden. The Union lasted until Sweden left in 1523. The remaining union with Denmark (Denmark-Norway) lasted nearly three centuries. In 1814, Norwegians adopted (Norwegian Constituent Assembly) a constitution (Constitution of Norway) before being forced into a personal union with Sweden (Union between Sweden and Norway). In 1905, Norway ended the union, subsequently confirmed in a referendum (Norwegian union dissolution referendum, 1905), ending over 500 years of monarchs residing outside the country. In the same year, the country confirmed the election of its own king. Despite its declaration of neutrality in World War II, Norway was occupied (Occupation of Norway by Nazi Germany) for 5 years by forces of Nazi Germany. In 1949 it abandoned neutrality, becoming a founding member of NATO. Discovery of oil in adjacent waters in the late 1960s boosted Norway's economic fortunes.