Stockholm

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Barbara | Music Videos, News, Photos, Tour Dates, Ringtones, and Lyrics publisher MTV date accessdate 2010-06-23 Background Crucified Barbara started out in 1998 as a punk rock band, but they speedily shifted their style to heavy metal (Heavy metal music). They signed in 2003 with GMR Music Group of Stockholm. Recordings took place in Kristianopel, Sweden at Pama Studios Blakk Records with producer-engineer Mankan Sedenberg during the spring of 2004


regular black

experience, and often better coffee. Expect to pay anything from 20 SEK and upwards for a cup of regular black coffee. Don't hesitate to ask for a refill (''påtår'' in Swedish) at self-service cafeterias, as it is often free. Drink Retail drinks : ''Further information: Sweden#Systembolaget'' Drinking retail alcohol is allowed in most public areas. Among the exceptions are schools, playgrounds, indoor malls and public transport areas. In some parks, drinking


physical appearances

. Formed in 2000, the group are noted for their dark horror (Horror fiction)-themed lyrics, pessimistic and misanthropic social commentary, distinctive trademark face paint, dark stage uniforms and physical appearances that correspond to gothic fashion. They have released three full-length studio albums; ''Synthetic Generation'' (2002 in Europe and 2003 in North (North America) and South America), ''Termination Bliss'' (2006) and '' Night Electric Night


genre speed

of Bredäng is 9266. 60,4% of these had a foreign origin Released May 27, 1985 Recorded February 1985 at Electra Studios in Stockholm, Sweden Genre Black metal Released October 2, 1984 Recorded June 1984 at Heaven Shore Studio in Stockholm, Sweden Genre Speed metal, black metal Released October 8, 1988 Recorded 1988 at Heavenshore Studio in Stockholm, Sweden Genre Black metal Released


beautiful work

of Arts , and in the following year visited Rome. He sent home a beautiful work, "The Reclining Bacchante," in half life size, which raised him at once to the first rank among Swedish sculptors. ''Le Grand Macabre'' was premiered in Stockholm on 12 April 1978 and has received more than 30 productions. The revised version was premiered in Salzburg on 28 July 1997. practice significant_buildings The Snellman House, Djursholm, (1918), Stockholm (1920) The Listers County Court House, Sölvesborg, (1921), The Skandia Cinema, Stockholm (1923), Stockholm Public Library, (1928), significant_projects Skogskyrkogården (1914-40), Gothenburg City Hall (1917-37) The Red Army Faction devised the plan as a direct consequence of the outcome of the 1975 West German embassy siege in Stockholm. A group of RAF members seized the embassy by force, demanding negotiations with the West German government. After the Swedish and German governments had employed stalling tactics the terrorists became impatient and allegedly started planning a violent break-out. A botched attempt to create a diversion led to an explosion and a massive fire. One terrorist, Siegfried Hausner, died from injuries sustained in the explosion in Stammheim prison after being flown to Germany. The other members of the group were arrested as they tried to flee the premises. '''Gösta Lars August Knutsson''' (original surname '''Johansson'''; 12 October 1908, Stockholm – 4 April 1973) was a Swedish (Sweden) radio producer and writer of a popular series of children's books about the cat ''Pelle Svanslös''. Gösta Knutsson was born in a middle-class family in Stockholm and came to the University of Uppsala as a student, remaining in Uppsala for the rest of his life. After completing an M.A. degree, he was curator (chairman) of the Stockholm Nation and later chairman of the Uppsala Student Union (1936–1938). He was also editor of the student union paper ''Ergo'' 1940-42. During his time as student union chairman, he was also employed as head of the Uppsala office of the Swedish National Radio and remained there from 1936 until 1969. As such he introduced the quiz show in Sweden, with the first one recruiting the two teams from two of the student nations in Uppsala. Important tournament victories: Budapest 1989 - I-II places (tied), Vienna 1990 - I-VI, Gausdal 1991 - I-II, Katowice 1992 - I-II, Metz 1993 - I-III, Pardubice 1993 - I-V, Las Palmas 1993 - I-II, Pardubice 1994 - I-II, Stockholm 1994 95 - I, Stockholm 1995 96 - I, Asti 1996 - I, Reggio Emilia (Reggio Emilia chess tournament) 1996 97 - I, Buenos Aires 1998 - I-V, Cutro 1999 - I, Shanghai 2000 - I-II, Barlinek 2001 - I-III, Kavala 2001 - I-II, Bad Wiessee 2001 - I-IV, Wijk aan Zee (Corus chess tournament) 2002, tournament "B" – I, Budapest 2004 - I, Vlissingen 2006 - I, Wijk aan Zee 2007, tournament "C" – I, Elsinore 2007 - I-V, Mumbai 2008 - I-VI, Hilversum 2009 - I-IV, Vlissingen 2009 - I. Runner-up in major tournaments in Hastings (Hastings International Chess Congress) 1993 94 (behind John Nunn), Polanica Zdroj 1995 (behind Veselin Topalov), Pamplona 1998 99 (behind Alexander Morozevich), Lviv 2000, (FIDE Category 17) behind Vassily Ivanchuk. Polanica Zdroj 1998 (Category 17) - III-VI places. Important tournament victories: Budapest 1989 - I-II places (tied), Vienna 1990 - I-VI, Gausdal 1991 - I-II, Katowice 1992 - I-II, Metz 1993 - I-III, Pardubice 1993 - I-V, Las Palmas 1993 - I-II, Pardubice 1994 - I-II, Stockholm 1994 95 - I, Stockholm 1995 96 - I, Asti 1996 - I, Reggio Emilia (Reggio Emilia chess tournament) 1996 97 - I, Buenos Aires 1998 - I-V, Cutro 1999 - I, Shanghai 2000 - I-II, Barlinek 2001 - I-III, Kavala 2001 - I-II, Bad Wiessee 2001 - I-IV, Wijk aan Zee (Corus chess tournament) 2002, tournament "B" – I, Budapest 2004 - I, Vlissingen 2006 - I, Wijk aan Zee 2007, tournament "C" – I, Elsinore 2007 - I-V, Mumbai 2008 - I-VI, Hilversum 2009 - I-IV, Vlissingen 2009 - I. Runner-up in major tournaments in Hastings (Hastings International Chess Congress) 1993 94 (behind John Nunn), Polanica Zdroj 1995 (behind Veselin Topalov), Pamplona 1998 99 (behind Alexander Morozevich), Lviv 2000, (FIDE Category 17) behind Vassily Ivanchuk. Polanica Zdroj 1998 (Category 17) - III-VI places. Juniors Söderling began playing tennis at the age of five. He made his first steps in international tennis in November 1998 in Luxembourg when at the age of 14 he played his first official junior tournament, losing the opening match to Fred Hemmes, Jr. In his first full year in the junior tour (2000), he achieved four tournament victories and in 2001 attained three more titles in the juniors including the Orange Bowl (Orange Bowl (tennis)). In the same year Söderling achieved fourth place in the year-end ranking and played in his first ATP tournament in Stockholm, winning his first match 6–3 6–3 against Ramón Delgado. - 1988 Drottningholm Golf Club Commons:Category:Stockholm Wikipedia:Stockholm Dmoz:Europe Sweden Stockholm County Localities Stockholm


professional study

2012-05-19 In 2011, Stockholm passed the title of European Green Capital to Hamburg, Germany. Role model In the beginning of 2010, Stockholm launched the program Professional Study VisitsProfessional-study-visits in order to share the city’s green best practices. The program provides visitors


vocal studies

was appointed vocalist to King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden. He is currently Senior Lecturer in Music at the Indiana University Bloomington School of Music. Hagegard also holds a Professorship in Vocal Studies at the Norwegian Academy of Music in Oslo, Norway. Prosperin was a lecturer in mathematics and physics at Uppsala University in 1767, professor of observational astronomy (Observator) in 1773 – 1796, and professor of Astronomy in 1797 – 1798. He became a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences (KVA) in Stockholm in 1771 and a member of the Royal Society of Sciences in Uppsala in 1774 (secretary from 1786 onwards). Professional career Suter was selected with the 120th pick in the 1977 NHL Entry Draft by the Los Angeles Kings of the NHL (National Hockey League) and also no. 58 overall in the 1977 World Hockey Association draft by the Birmingham Bulls. He rejected Los Angeles' contract offer following the 1980 Olympics, and instead sat out 1980-81 season to become an unrestricted free agent. He came out of retirement in the spring of 1981 to play for the United States team at the 1981 Ice Hockey World Championship tournament in Stockholm. Suter signed with the Minnesota North Stars as unrestricted free agent in 1981, but spent the entire 1981–82 season in the Central Hockey League (Central Hockey League (1963-84)) with the Nashville South Stars farm team. He retired in 1982 without playing a single game in the NHL. Biography He was born on October 8, 1604 in Livland. In 1622 he became a weapon page to Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden, then he was a captain in Queen Kristina's honor guard. He was promoted to major general in the cavalry, a commanding officer for the Finnish militia, and later the governor of the Finland. He was raised to nobility as Baron on February 12, 1680. Commons:Category:Stockholm Wikipedia:Stockholm Dmoz:Europe Sweden Stockholm County Localities Stockholm


movie debut

her movie debut as the leading actress in ''Jolanda, the Daughter of the Black Corsair'' (1952). In the following years she worked in some ten Cinecittà productions. She also featured in the epic ''War and Peace (War and Peace (1956 film))'' film of 1956. - AIK Stockholm Råsunda align "center" 36,608 - On Saturday 8 May 2004, the prototype was dropped from 2.4 kilometers (8,000 ft) by a helicopter and landed precisely and without incident after a GPS-guided 90 second glide. Phoenix Flight Day Swedish Space Corporation. May 8, 2004 The test was conducted at the North European Aerospace Test range in Kiruna, Commons:Category:Stockholm Wikipedia:Stockholm Dmoz:Europe Sweden Stockholm County Localities Stockholm


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defended themselves. Ekeroth, chapter 3, "The Birth of Swedish Death Metal", p. 54-86. Mudrian, ch. 6, "Mass Appeal Madness", p. 181. stylistic_origins Death metal, thrash metal, D-beat, punk rock cultural_origins Early 1990s, Stockholm and Gothenburg, Sweden instruments Electric guitar – Bass guitar – Drums (Drum kit) – Vocals (Singing) History In the early 1990s two death

metal scenes emerged in Gothenburg and Stockholm. The first wave of "Swedish death metal" consisted of the bands Carnage (Carnage (band)) and Nihilist (Nihilist (band)), who fragmented later into Entombed (Entombed (band)), Dismember (Dismember (band)) and Unleashed (Unleashed (band)). Many of these bands used the trademark Tomas Skogsberg Sunlight Studios "buzzsaw" guitar tone. It was created by using heavily detuned (Guitar tunings) electric guitars (usually C# standard or lower), a maxed out Boss (Boss Corporation) HM-2 Heavy Metal pedal, sometimes in combination with a single guitar through a Boss DS-1 Distortion pedal. The originator of this guitar sound was Nihilist guitarist Leffe Cuzner though it was evolved and altered over the years. Ekeroth, chapter 3, "The Birth of Swedish Death Metal", p. 54-86. Newer bands playing in the 'old school' Swedish style include Bloodbath, Paganizer and Repugnant. Commons:Category:Stockholm Wikipedia:Stockholm Dmoz:Europe Sweden Stockholm County Localities Stockholm


association serving

physics at the Karolinska Institute. He played a pioneering role in the measurement of doses of radiation especially in its use in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer. In later years, he focused his research on the biological effects of repeated exposure to low doses of radiation. In 1964, he founded the International Radiation Protection Association, serving for a time as its chairman. He also chaired the United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation. DATE OF BIRTH 6 May 1896 PLACE OF BIRTH Stockholm, Sweden DATE OF DEATH 3 October 1966 Acharius was born in Gävle, matriculated at Uppsala University in 1773 and was one of the last of the students of Linnaeus (Carolus Linnaeus). He later worked for the Royal Academy of Sciences (Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences) in Stockholm and completed his medical studies at Lund University in 1782. He was appointed town medical officer in Vadstena in 1785, district medical officer in Östergötland County in 1789, director of the new Vadstena Hospital (which he had initiated) in 1795, and titular professor in 1803. thumb The Stockholm Public Library (Image:Stockholms-stadsbibliotek-2003-04-14.jpg) is one of the most prominent buildings in the district. '''Vasastaden''', or colloquially '''Vasastan''', (Swedish (Swedish language) for "Vasa City") is a 3.00 km² large city district in central Stockholm, Sweden. With 51,661 inhabitants it is the second most populous, as well as the second most densely populated (17,220 km²) district in Stockholm. Commons:Category:Stockholm Wikipedia:Stockholm Dmoz:Europe Sweden Stockholm County Localities Stockholm

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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