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Lise Nørgaard

Lise Nørgaard née Jensen; born 14 June 1917 is a Danish journalist and writer known for her precise and often humorous portrayals of Danish cultural life Nørgaard has written novels, compilations of essays and short stories The memoir of her childhood, Kun en pige Only a girl, became a bestseller in 1992 and is considered her masterpiece The work was made into a feature film in 1995 Contents 1 Life and career 2 Selected bibliography 21 Books 22 Scripts 3 Notes 4 Further reading 5 References 6 External links Life and career From 1978 to 1982 Nørgaard created and co-wrote the televisi...

Rose Rand

Rose Rand June 14, 1903 – July 28, 1980 was an Austrian-American logician and philosopher She was a member of the Vienna Circle Life and work Rand was born in Lemberg today, Lviv, Ukraine After her family moved to Austria she studied at the Polish Gymnasium in Vienna In 1924 she enrolled in Vienna University, her teachers included Heinrich Gomperz, Moritz Schlick, and Rudolf Carnap She graduated with her first degree in 1928 During her post-graduation years, she continued to remain in contact with some of her fellow Vienna Circle colleagues, including Rudolf Carnap As a PhD candidate, Rand par...

W. W. E. Ross

William Wrightson Eustace Ross June 14, 1894 – August 26, 1966 was a Canadian geophysicist and poet He was the first published poet in Canada to write Imagist poetry, and later the first to write surrealist verse, both of which have led some to call him "the first modern Canadian poet" Contents 1 Life 2 Writing 21 Laconics 22 Sonnets 3 Legacy 4 Publications 41 Anthologized poems 5 References Life Ross was born in Peterborough, Ontario, to Ralph and Nellie Creighton Ross He grew up in Pembroke, Ontario He studied geophysics at the University of Toronto, supporting his studies with...

Georg Zacharias

Georg Zacharias 14 June 1884 – 31 July 1953 was a German backstroke and breaststroke swimmer who competed in the 1904 Summer Olympics He was born and died in Berlin In the 1904 Olympics he won a gold medal in the 440 yard breaststroke and a bronze medal in the 100 yard backstroke External links profile v e Olympic champions in men's 400 m breaststroke 1904 440 yards: Georg Zacharias 1912: Walter Bathe 1920: Håkan Malmrot This article about a swimming Olympic medalist for Germany is a stub You can help Wikipedia by expanding it v e ...

John McCormack (tenor)

John Francis, Count McCormack, KSG, KSS, KHS 14 June 1884 – 16 September 1945 was an Irish tenor, celebrated for his performances of the operatic and popular song repertoires, and renowned for his diction and breath control He was also a Papal Count He became a naturalised American citizen before returning to live in Ireland Contents 1 Early life 2 Career 3 Honours 4 See also 5 References 6 External links Early life Count McCormack was born in Athlone, County Westmeath, Ireland, the fourth of eleven children of Andrew McCormack and Hannah Watson on 14 June 1884, and was baptised i...

Arthur Duffey

Arthur Francis Duffey June 14, 1879 – January 23, 1955 was an American track and field athlete who competed at the 1900 Summer Olympics in Paris, France He was an alumnus of the Class of 1899 of Worcester Academy and Georgetown University He was originally from Boston, Massachusetts and after his athletic career was a sports writer and editor and settled in the Boston area Duffey competed in the 100 metres event in the 1900 Summer Olympics, placing fourth overall He won his first-round heat with a time of 114 seconds, dropped to 110 seconds to win his semifinal, and took an early lead in the f...

Léon Thiébaut

Léon Thiébaut 14 June 1878 in Nice – 8 March 1943 was a French fencer who competed in the late 19th century and early 20th century He participated in Fencing at the 1900 Summer Olympics in Paris and won the silver medal in the sabre He was defeated by Georges de la Falaise in the final References ^ "Léon Thiébaut Olympic Results" sports-referencecom Retrieved 2010-03-31  This article about a fencing Olympic medalist of France is a stub You can help Wikipedia by expanding it v e ...

John Ulric Nef (chemist)

John Ulric Nef Johann Ulrich Nef; June 14, 1862 – August 13, 1915 was a Swiss-born American chemist and the discoverer of the Nef reaction and Nef synthesis Contents 1 Life 2 Work 3 References 4 External links Life His parents emigrated from Switzerland to the United States where Nef studied chemistry at Harvard University until 1884 Upon graduation, he joined Adolf von Baeyer at the University of Munich where he received his PhD in 1887 He was a Professor at Purdue University from 1887 till 1889 and at Clark University from 1889 till 1892 He spent the rest of his academic career at th...

Max Erdmannsdörfer

Max Erdmannsdörfer 14 June 1848 – 14 February 1905 sometimes seen as Max von Erdmannsdörfer was a German conductor, pianist and composer He was born in Nuremberg He studied at the Leipzig Conservatory, becoming concertmaster at Sondershausen In 1874 he married the pianist and composer Pauline Fichtner, a student of Franz Liszt She later used the professional name Pauline Erdmannsdörfer-Fichtner Erdmannsdörfer corresponded with Liszt, and he premiered Liszt’s symphonic poem Hamlet at Sondershausen on 2 July 1876 He also once owned at least parts of the score of Liszt's lost Piano Concerto ...

William F. Nast

William Frederick Nast 1840–1893 was an American diplomat and entrepreneur He was the third president of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Nast was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, on June 14, 1840, the son of Methodist religious leader William Nast From 1861 to 1865 he served at the American Consulate in Stuttgart, Germany Upon his return to the United States, Nast entered the brokerage business in New York, New York On September 2, 1868, Nast became president of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway, a position he held for less than a month, ending on September 24, 1868 Also in 1868, he...

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