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(Norse mythology) one of the maidens of Odin who chose heroes to be slain in battle and conducted them to Valhalla

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Now Mr Goll, please explain how you would even begin to repay the present Government's debts left to them by Labour.
As an air-raid warden for his neighbourhood, Goll witnessed Berliners' reactions to the surrender of the German Sixth Army at Stalingrad and the effects of the allied bombings.
Moreover, our inability to place the careers of, say, Goll, Nina Hamnett, Mina Loy, or, again, Millay within established categories remains a challenge to the perennial expectations that artists should exhibit professional or stylistic consistency and rational progression.
Goll previously served as the service and parts director at Ollenburg Motors, also located in Garner, Iowa.
Goll, the son of Sheree Busby and Mike Goll of North Bend, plans to attend Willamette University in Salem to study history and law.
Relaxor is probably less than $25 million," Goll said.
Missing are only Celan's first letter or two, no longer extant, and a portion of a later Celan letter, dealing with the Goll affair, that Sachs destroyed at his request.
LOUIS -- Molina Healthcare of Missouri announced today that Peter Goll has been named Chief Operating Officer of its health plan, a subsidiary Molina Healthcare, Inc.
Mae'n gyfres gomedi sy'n dilyn hynt a helynt dau dditectif tra gwahanol wrth iddyn nhw geisio datrys nifer di-rif o bethau sy'n mynd o'i le ac ar goll ym mhentref gwallgof Llan-ar-goll-en.
Yng Nghernyw, bydd Iolo''n gwylio morloi ar draeth anghysbell, ac ar Ynysoedd y Sili bydd yn darganfod aderyn o America sydd wedi mynd ar goll.
JONATHAN Goll is correct when he says that even Christianity's most hostile critics believe that some of Jesus's sayings and parables are brilliant (Letters, December 29).
This historical analysis of the remarkable diaries of Franz Goll, a working class German man who kept a detailed journal of his daily life, with political and social commentary, from 1916 until his death in 1984, provides a unique window into the impressions of a man with an eyewitness view to some of the most important events of the twentieth century.
Goll and her husband, John of Boston; a brother, Frederick LeCour of Ware; two sisters, Florence Bergquist and Mary Louise LaRiviere both of Shrewsbury; his adoring grandson, John Michael Goll III, and many nieces and nephews.
NORTH BEND - You could call it Coos Bend or you could call it North Bay, Jack Goll said.