Bjornstad

Björn·stad

(byōrn'stahd),
R., 20th-century Scandinavian dermatologist. See: Björnstad syndrome.
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Serbia's interior minister Nebojsa Stefanovic, the Norwegian ambassador to Serbia, Arne Sannes Bjornstad, and Graeme Tyndall, head of the U.
8220;We choose ProcessPro[R] Premier ERP software because in real-world manufacturing, it provides a smooth and intuitive user interface, and a turn-key solution to the manufacturing batch and lot traceability requirements,” says Eiger Bjornstad, VP of Manufacturing.
Jazz Night Song Ketil Bjornstad & Svante Henryson Pianist Ketil Bjornstad relates how the roots of this album are to be found in a school gym where as a 14-year-old he would play Schubert in the dark.
Randi Bjornstad, president of the Eugene Newspaper Guild, said the union voted to accept the furloughs, but with the provision that staffers willing to take an extra unpaid week off be allowed to do so in place of others.
Tandberg chief Allan Bjornstad travelled from Olso, Norway, to officially launch the centre of excellence at a special open day at Direct Visual's headquarters.
Shop manager Royce Bjornstad said about 200 retailers in the United States and Japan carry its products.
The tunes on Floating are extremely introspective, and perhaps Bjornstad has been an influence on the equally quiet Norwegian pianist Tord Gustavsen, who might be described as Ketil's musical descendant.
Tonight at CBSO, one of Norway's most celebrated musicians Ketil Bjornstad will be in concert.
Henrik Bjornstad could surprise more experienced rivals at 7-2 in Ladbrokes' Group D after starting his year so well.
Norway's Henrik Bjornstad is the leading European, a 68 putting him in joint 12th on nine under.
TMGI bases its forecast on its order book from Tier 1 suppliers, says Petter Wessel Bjornstad, CEO of TMGI.