Stockholm

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Stockholm, Sweden field Statistics, Probability theory, Number theory Early life Harald Cramér was born in Stockholm, Sweden on September 25, 1893. Cramér remained close to Stockholm for most of his life. He entered the University of Stockholm as an undergraduate in 1912, where he studied mathematics and chemistry. During this period, he was a research assistant under the famous chemist, Hans von Euler-Chelpin, with whom he published his


period music

; birth_date birth_place Stockholm, Sweden years_active 1959–present DATE OF BIRTH 6 October 1942 PLACE OF BIRTH Stockholm, Sweden DATE OF DEATH thumb TJoseph Martin Kraus 260px right Joseph Martin Kraus (1756-1792) as a student in Erfurt. (File:Joseph Martin Kraus.jpg ) '''Joseph Martin Kraus''' (20 June 1756 – 15 December 1792), was a composer in the classical (Classical period (music)) era who


modern time

'' (ܡܬܝ ܒܝܬܢܗܪܝܢ Mesopotamia my nation). Gabriel Asaad was the pioneer of Assyrian music and composed the first Assyrian song in the Syriac language in modern time, ''Othuroye Ho Mtoth Elfan l-Metba‘'' (1926, ܐܬܘܪܝܶܐ ܗܐ ܡܛܬ ܐܠܦܢ ܠܡܛܒܥ Assyrians, Our ship is on the way to sink). DATE OF DEATH 1997-07-06 PLACE OF DEATH Stockholm, Sweden birth_date birth_place Östermalm, Stockholm, Sweden death_date


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. Aftonbladet claimed in April 2006 that the televote may have been tampered with as various sources reported unexplained voting (predominantly for Carola) on their telephone bills. It is clear that this would not have affected the result. Various finalists and semifinalists entered the Swedish ''Hitlistan'' chart after the competition The second placed song, ''Temple of Love'' finished fourth in the Eurovision Madrid


dramatic compositions

for the Swedish National Union of State Employees (Swedish Union for Service and Communications Employees). Mercantile (Mercantile FK) Ruben Gelbord, (Stockholm, Sweden) Urædd stadion, Porsgrunn Urædd (Urædd FK) Ruben Gelbord, (Stockholm, Sweden) Gamle Frogner stadion, Kristiania In 1778 Karl Theodor moved his court to Munich. Vogler followed him there in 1780, but, dissatisfied with the reception accorded to his dramatic compositions, soon


important annual/

''for short distance'' (1 UK mile) is held in late may every year, Elitloppet (''the Elite race''). Other important annual races are Svenskt travkriterium, a race open for the best of the "new horses" born in Sweden (three year old) also hosted at Solvalla. Svenskt travderby (''the Derby'', open for the best four year old horses), hosted in September at Jägersro in Malmö. The latter race track also hosts the Hugo Åbergs Memorial, which is an international race open for all horses. From 1747 until his death in 1772 he lived in Stockholm, Holland and London. During these 25 years he wrote 14 works of a spiritual nature of which most were published during his lifetime. Throughout this period he was befriended by many people who regarded him as a kind and warm-hearted man. Many people disbelieved in his visions; based on what they had heard, they drew the conclusions that he had lost his mind or had a vivid imagination. But they refrained from ridiculing him in his presence. Those who talked with him understood that he was devoted to his beliefs. He never argued matters of religion, and if obliged to defend himself he usually did it with gentleness and in a few words. ''New Hampshire'' served as flagship for the special naval force in Haitian waters from 18 October-12 January 1921, and on 25 January sailed with the remains of Swedish Minister Wilhelm Ekerigren for Stockholm, arriving on 14 February. She called also at Kiel and Gravesend (Gravesend, Kent) before returning to Philadelphia on 24 March. There she decommissioned on 21 May. The most significant coup d'état of modern Swedish history had its beginning in Karlstad. The man behind the uprising was a liberal (Liberalism) nobleman and a prominent man of the opposition, the former officer Georg Adlersparre. He was backed up by the radical captain Henrik Anckarsword and used the part of the western army that was stationed in Värmland to occupy Karlstad on the night of the 7th March 1809. From there he officially proclaimed revolution, a proclamation which held the view that the wars and oppression had ruined the country and that the government therefore had to be overthrown. On 9 March, Adlersparre and his enthusiastic soldiers (many of Finnish origin) finally began their successful march towards Stockholm, and in the events that followed, the king Gustav IV Adolf (Gustav IV Adolf of Sweden) abdicated under pressure. '''Uppland''' ( Commons:Category:Stockholm Wikipedia:Stockholm Dmoz:Europe Sweden Stockholm County Localities Stockholm


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) for a beer or cider, and at least 95-150 SEK for a long-drink or cocktail in a club. Bars usually have no cover charge, but may have an arbitrarily set (and arbitrarily enforced) minimum age limit (usually 21 or 23, sometimes as low as 18, other times as high as 27), while clubs usually charge 50-200 SEK at the door (or more at special performances). Long, and very slow moving lines tend to form outside most popular clubs - expect having to wait as much as 1 hour or more if going


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. Although mostly known as a comedic actor, Brost has been in some more serious dramatic films. DATE OF BIRTH September 25, 1946 PLACE OF BIRTH Stockholm, Sweden DATE OF DEATH Plot The story is about a shipping company which conducts cruiseferry traffic on the Baltic Sea (Baltic Sea cruiseferries) between Stockholm in Sweden and Turku in Finland. It takes place on board MS ''Freja'', the exterior of which was portrayed in the series by the Finnish registered MS ''Birka Princess'' (MS Birka Princess). In the series the ship has different funnel colours from the ones in real life; in reality they were blue, yellow and red but in the series they were retouched to appear as different shades of blue. The show follows life on board the ship, mostly focusing on the crew and captain, but also on some of the passengers. The plot often involves love, breakups, accidents, deaths, murders, smuggling, theft, arson, rape, drugs, and insanity. '''Charles-Louis Didelot''' (27 March 1767, Stockholm - 7 November 1837, Kiev) was a French dancer and choreographer. The son of Charles Didelot, the dance mastor of the King of Sweden, he studied dance with his father, who was an instructor in dance at the Swedish Opera, and debuted as dancer in the theatre of Bollhuset in Stockholm 1786. '''Radio Nord''' was a Swedish (Sweden) offshore commercial station that operated briefly from 8 March 1961 to 30 June 1962 from a ship anchored in international waters of the Baltic Sea off Stockholm, Sweden. While the station was dubbed as a pirate radio station, its actual operation took place within the laws of the day and its offices were located in the heart of Stockholm. Its ownership was vested in a company which had been specifically formed by Texas broadcasting and political interests that inc luded Gordon McLendon and Clint Murchison, Jr.. The ''Birka Queen'' was ordered by Birka Line for short cruises out of Stockholm as a running mate to Commons:Category:Stockholm Wikipedia:Stockholm Dmoz:Europe Sweden Stockholm County Localities Stockholm


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of the city. ) provided the inspiration


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Chiffriermaschinen AG in Berlin before demonstrating Enigma to the public in Bern in 1923, and then in 1924 at the World Postal Congress in Stockholm. In 1927 Scherbius bought Koch's patents, and in 1928 they added a ''plugboard'', essentially a non-rotating manually rewireable fourth rotor, on the front of the machine. After the death of Scherbius in 1929, Willi Korn was in charge of further technical development of Enigma. In 1948, Karl-Erik Kejne (1913-60), a pastor of the town

Stockholm

'''Stockholm''' ( approximately 1.4 million in the urban area (Stockholm urban area), and a total population close to 2.2 million in the metropolitan area (Metropolitan Stockholm). The city is spread across 14 islands on the coast in the southeast of Sweden at the mouth of Lake Mälaren (Mälaren), by the Stockholm archipelago and the Baltic sea. The area has been settled since the Stone Age, in the 6th millennium BC, and was founded as a city in 1252 by Birger Jarl.

Stockholm is the cultural, media, political, and economic centre of Sweden. The region alone accounts for over a third of the country's GDP, Sweden's national football arena (Friends Arena) is located north of the city centre, in Solna. Ericsson Globe, the national indoor arena, is in the southern part of the city. The city was the host of the 1912 Summer Olympics, and hosted the equestrian portion of the 1956 Summer Olympics otherwise held in Melbourne, Australia.

Stockholm is the seat of the Government of Sweden and most government agencies (Government agencies in Sweden),

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