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Wallander - Hemligheten

                                               

Wallander – Hemligheten

                                               

Wallander - Indrivaren

                                               

Wallander – Indrivaren

                                               

Wallander - Jokern

                                               

Wallander – Jokern

                                               

Wallander - Kuriren

                                               

Wallander – Kuriren

                                               

Wallander - Lackan

                                               

Wallander – Lackan

                                               

Wallander - Luftslottet

                                               

Wallander - Morkret

                                               

Wallander – Morkret

                                               

Wallander - Prasten

                                               

Wallander - Skulden

                                               

Wallander - Skytten

                                               

Wallander – Skytten

                                               

Wallander - Vålnaden

                                               

Wallander – Vålnaden

                                               

Wallander - Vittnet

                                               

Wallander – Vittnet

                                               

Kabir Sehgal

Kabir Sehgal is an American writer, composer, producer, officer of the Navy, a military veteran, investment banker and CFO. He is the new York times and wall Street Journal bestselling author of eleven books. He also won four Grammy awards and tw ...

                                               

Kiley Reid

Reed was born in Los Angeles, California in 1987 and grew up in Tucson, Arizona at the age of from seven to twenty. She graduated from Salpointe Catholic high school and studied theater at the University of Arizona for two years before transferri ...

                                               

Jeanette Gundel

Jeanette Gundel is an American linguist noted for his work on information structure and pragmatics.

                                               

E. J. Rath

Y. E. Rat is the alias of the writer Edith Rathbone Jacobs Brainerd, who helped with many of her writing projects husband Chauncey Corey Brainerd, Washington correspondent of the Brooklyn daily eagle. Some of her short stories were adapted into p ...

                                               

Margaret Wilkerson Sexton

Sexton was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. She studied writing at Dartmouth College and law at the University of California at Berkeley. She was the recipient of a Lombard fellowship and spent a year in the Dominican Republic working f ...

                                               

Colombian bluestem

Schizachyrium Condensatum is a species of grass known English common names are Colombian bluestem, Bush beardgrass, little bluestem, and Spanish common names aguara ruguay and Yerba Barbuda. It is native to South America and known in other places ...

                                               

Writers from Brooklyn

                                               

Writers from Queens, New York

                                               

T. F. Tierney

Teresa Francis Tierney-American urbanist, a network theorist and teacher. She is Director of the urban research laboratory at the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.

                                               

Neal Peirce

Neal Rippey pierce, American journalist and author of several books about American politics. He was political editor of congressional quarterly from 1960 to 1969, and one of the founders and editor of a National magazine from 1969 to 1997. He wro ...

                                               

Frederick Douglass Jr.

Frederick Douglass, Jr., second son of Frederick Douglass and his wife Anna Murray Douglas. Born in Bedford, Massachusetts, he was an abolitionist, essayist, and newspaper editor, as well as the official recruiter of colored troops for the United ...

                                               

Beverly Wildung Harrison

Jean Beverly Wildung Harrison, the American Presbyterian theologian and feminist, whose work was fundamental in the field of feminist Christian ethics. She taught at Union theological Seminary in new York for 32 years.

                                               

Common soliva

Soliva sessilis, one of the nine species of the genus soliva, is a low-growing herbaceous annual plant. Its common names include burrweed, Onehunga weed, lawn burrweed, lawnweed, and common soliva. It is one of several plants known as Bindi weed, ...

                                               

Eileen Dewhurst

Eileen Dewhurst-a British writer of mysteries. Her published works include more than 20 novels, and her stories have appeared in anthologies and periodicals, including the magazine Ellery Queens mystery. Its membership includes the society of aut ...

                                               

Poets from Liverpool

                                               

Common hardgrass

Sclerochloa Dura is a type of grass known common names common hardgrass and fairground grass. It is native to Eurasia and it is known in some parts of North America and Australia as an introduced species and common weed of disturbed with high tra ...

                                               

Margaret Wetherby Williams

Doris Margaret Wetherby Williams, who wrote under the pseudonym Margaret Erskine, was a British writer of mysteries. Her more than 20 novels featured the same main character, inspector Septimus Finch. Williams was a member of the PEN club and the ...

                                               

Colony Wattle

Murrayana acacia is a tree of the Legume family. It has many common names, including city fence, the fence of the Murrays, fire wattle, colony wattle and powder bark wattle. It is widely distributed across arid zone Australia, occurring on sand r ...

                                               

Bodo Bischoff

Born in Bielefeld, Bischoff completed the old language of instruction at the Schadow-gymnasium in Zehlendorf Berlin Abitur 1971. The study of pedagogy and school of music teacher training and music theory, then Henry Metzler, Heinrich Poos and mu ...

                                               

Elisabeth Grundtvig

Johanne Elisabeth, in Relation to was the famous Danish womens rights activist, parliamentary stenographer, a leading member of the Danish womens society and editor of the periodical Kvinden O. Samfundet. In 1880-ies, she was in a heated debate a ...

                                               

Corduroy orchids

Eulophia, commonly known as velvet Orchid, is a genus of about two hundred species of flowering plants of the Orchid family, Orchidaceae. Most Eulophia orchids are terrestrial, but some are deciduous, others evergreen. They either have undergroun ...

                                               

Mary Westenholz

Mary Bess to alias Bertel Wrads, was an influential Danish Unitarian womens rights activist, writer and editor. She was the aunt of the author Karen Blixen, and remember to encourage her niece publish her first stories.

                                               

Yasser Hareb

Yasser Hareb is a writer and broadcaster of the Emirate of Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and ruler of Dubai awarded Yasser Hareb, in the Arab social media influenc ...

                                               

9th-century Indian Jain writers

                                               

10th-century Indian Jain writers

                                               

12th-century Indian Jain writers

                                               

Coulters wrinklefruit

Tetraclea coulteri or Coulter wrinklefruit, is a perennial plant from the mint family that grows on sandy flats and rough gravelly slopes of the Sonoran desert, from southern Arizona to Western Texas and Northern Mexico. Its white flowers open at ...

                                               

Ali-Asghar Gharavi

Seyed Ali Asghar Gharavi is an Iranian religion scholar and political activist associated with the Freedom Movement of Iran. According to the us magazine in these times, he is "one of the most prominent Iranian democratic activists and political ...

                                               

Common dunebroom

Parryella filifolia, total dunebroom, is one of the species of flowering plants in the legume family, Fabaceae. It belongs to the subfamily Faboideae. It is the only representative of the genus Parryella. His ashes were sometimes used by members ...

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