Strandberg

Strand·berg

(strahn'bĕrg),
James Victor., 20th-century Swedish dermatologist. See: Grönblad-Strandberg syndrome.
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Making his debut in the Aston Martin V8 Vantage GT4, Lloyd delivered a superb drive during Sunday's frenetic two hour finale; charging through the field to steal the race lead from the Academy Motorsport sister team Vantage of Strandberg with just five minutes remaining on the clock.
The agency identified the victims as 27-year-old Tyler Strandberg and 28-year-old Catherine Nix, both of Jackson, Wyoming.
Charles Pohl, Diana Strandberg, and team, Dodge & Cox International Stock (DODFX)
Hot, dry and windy weather -- as well as difficulties in reaching remote parts of the forest -- have made it particularly hard to control the blaze, according to Lars Gunnar Strandberg at the national emergency services agency MSB.
Stefan Strandberg put in a free header from a corner but it missed the target in the 10th minute.
Gerhardsson has a good mixture of youth an experience, highlighted by the contributions of 33-year-old Martin Ericsson and 18-year-old starlet Carlos Strandberg, who both scored in the victory over today's opponents.
I don't think their concerns extend to companies stating their reduced demand for paper helps save trees," Strandberg added.
The brainchild of former Paul Taylor dancer Carolyn Adams, co-directed by her sister, Julie Adams Strandberg, founding director of dance at Brown University, NYSSSA is a modern dance school where the faculty learns as much as the students through a unique model of mentoring.
A hat-trick from tournament top-scorer Valmir Berisha and a Carlos Strandberg strike saw the Swedes ease past the South Americans at the Mohammad Bin Zayed Stadium.
Carlos Strandberg also scored for Sweden, while Lucio Campagnucci found the net for Argentina.
Both sides were hit with pre-match injury blows in their bid to progress with a groin injury ruling out Chris Millar for the hosts and Rosenborg central defender Stefan Strandberg suffering from flu.
Norway had a chance to equalise with five minutes remaining but when a ball into the box fell to Stefan Strandberg the centre-half could only stab his shot over from six yards.