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(German mythology) mythical German warrior hero of the Nibelungenlied who takes possession of the accursed treasure of the Nibelungs by slaying the dragon that guards it and awakens Brynhild and is eventually killed

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At first she hides it from Sigfrid, who wants to sell it, but with the help of an older local photographer, Sebastian Pedersen (Jesper Christensen), who supplies her with film and chemicals, she begins to take pictures of the world around her.
Yet in 1954 Sigfrid Siwertz, another member of the committee, wrote about Hemingway's nomination: "A choice of Hemingway would come post festum, and in a moment when his ideals of style already are beginning to fade.
Sigfrid Edstrom, founder-president of the International Amateur Athletic Federation (IAAF) (1912) and influential member of the IOC' s executive board, in response to the pressure caused by the organisation of the 'Women's Olympics' very close to the Olympic Games, voted in 1924 to sanction women's track and field events but not to advocate their inclusion in the Olympic Games.
Mind you, the piano transcription commissioned by Novello's from the German organist-composer Sigfrid Karg-Elert remains beyond the abilities of all but the most accomplished and resourceful pianists.
The CD features Elgar's Symphony No 1, transcribed for solo piano by Sigfrid Karg-Elert, and a sonata by Alan Bush.
However, while kulturhistoria continued to be an important word, neither Sigurd Erixon nor any of the other eminent scholars of his cohort or slightly younger than him--such as Sigfrid Svensson--used kulturarv.
Sigfrid Menzel, 42, of Newtown, mid-Wales, planned to sell her kidney to a Californian accountant for pounds 30,000 in a bid to fund a court case.
Sigfrid Menzel, 42, put the organ on a US auction website as such sales are illegal in the UK - but charities and medical experts branded the move immoral.
Sigfrid Menzel, 42, has advertised the organ on a US site as it would be illegal in the UK.
The euro seems to have been politically motivated from the start, politicians more than economists pushed for it, and it serves above all as a symbol of European unity and statehood (Backhaus 2000, Senn 2000, Sigfrid 2003, Watrin 2002: 321-22).
Dyck served as the journal's editor from its Spring 1973 issue until 1981, when the editorship passed to Sigfrid Hoefert; after a further decade, John Whiton took up the post.
This work was supported by grants from the Academy of Finland, Sigfrid Jus6lius Foundation, and the Finnish Cancer Society.
Another defense lawyer, Sigfrid Fortun, told reporters Singson's halting answers to specific questions asked by Mendoza proved Singson lied and ''concocted'' stories to pin Estrada.
Estates for industrial workers (Sigurd Frosterus, Martti Valikangas), cult ural buildings (Uno Ullberg, Erik Bryggman) and a parliament building (Johan Sigfrid Siren) occupied Finnish architects at the beginning of the twentieth century.
This is the gown being put together for Brunhild to receive Kriemhild and Sigfrid.