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(Norse mythology) mythical Norse warrior hero who gains an accursed hoard of gold and was killed by Brynhild

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Founder Sigurd Vedal said: "They save the emotional connection for their long-term partner, but burn off their sexual wants with various lovers.
Sigurd could be to the answer to the Matchbook Racing Is Commission Free Handicap Hurdle at Market Rasen judged on his recent exploits.
While Sigurd Enge, an advisor to an Oslo-based environmental group, admits the environmental impact compared to other industries like oil and gas is small, he's not invested in the concept.
Shocking footage obtained by the Sunday Mirror shows Craig Fraser, the leader of a far-right group called Sigurd Legion, bragging about screening a jihadist film at a training session next month.
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This nineteen-minute work consists of six movements based on texts from Open Horizons, an autobiography of Sigurd F.
Sigurd Vedal, CEO of Victoria Milan said that sharing most of the hours working with colleagues lead to establishing further relationships that can deepen into more serious feelings or even unresolved sexual tensions.
To understand Julian Hoffman's goals in The Small Heart of Things, you must consider two ideas from his preface: 1) "Awareness is becoming acquainted with environment, no matter where one happens to be," in the words of Sigurd Olson, and 2) in describing the essence and beauty of place, Hoffman writes, "The way anywhere can take hold, and burrow deep within.
Sigurd Ottovich Shmidt, who died at age 91 on 22 May 2013, was one of the last of an important generation of Russian historians and arguably the most influential of them.
Her first son, Jon Sigurd Egner Liland, was born in 1971, during Astrid's residency.
The contract has been signed to construct PacifiCorp's Sigurd to Red Butte transmission line in south central Utah, a key section of the company's Energy Gateway transmission investment, to meet the present and projected needs of its electric customers.
The character Siward from Shakespeare's Macbeth is said to be based on Sigurd the Dane, Earl of Northumberland who had a home in Loftus in the 11th Century in the time of Canute.
Searchlight, which runs a monthly magazine with aims of exposing the far-right, said Breivik was also in touch with the group's Norwegian counterpart, the NDL, and used the pseudonym Sigurd Jorsalfare, after the 12th century King of Norway who led one of the Crusades.
Anti-fascist group Searchlight said Breivik was in touch with the EDL's Norweigian counterpart, the NDL, and used the pseudonym Sigurd Jorsalfare, after the 12th century King of Norway who led one of the Crusades.