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Synonyms for Woden

chief god


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Claire Brown, spokesman for West Midlands Ambulance Service, confirmed: "We were called to reports of drowning just after 8pm on Monday night, at the junction of Woden Road South and Hydes Road.
This year will see not only the expansion of the Blue Rapid link from Kippax to Lanyon Market Place, but also a new Green Rapid from Woden to the City via Manuka and Barton and a Black Rapid from Belconnen to Gungahlin.
Authors Susan Clark and Woden Teachout assert that, "this pervasiveness of negative public sentiment suggests a fundamental shift in the way that individuals relate with their government.
Long after the Anglo-Saxon kings switched their allegiance to the god of the Christians, they claimed to be descended from Woden or Thunor.
Cops described the murders at Woden Road, Park Village, as 'a particularly nasty incident'.
Guiseppe and Caterina Massaro, 80 and 77, were found by a close family member at their home in Woden Road, Wolverhampton, on Friday night.
Address for correspondence: Sanjaya Naresh Senanayake, The Canberra Hospital--Infectious Diseases, Level 4, Bldg 10, PO Box 11, Woden, ACT 2606, Australia; email: sanjaya.
Planets provide the names of our days: Sunday - the sun' Monday - the moon' Tuesday - Tiw, the Norse version of Roman god Mars' Wednesday - Woden, the Norse Mercury' Thursday - Thor, the Norse equivalent of the Roman god Jupiter' Friday - Frigg, originally thought to be the Norse version of the Roman goddess Venus' and Saturday - Saturn.
Copies are available from the publisher, Navarine Publishing, PO Box 1275, Woden ACT 2606 for $34.
Additionally, director of industrial leasing and sales Michael Schaible closed on the sale of a 10,000 SF, two-acre site at 340 Eveyln Drive in Paramus to Werner Woden and Arnold Steinhauff for the construction of a senior citizen day care center.
There are after all (as North immediately concedes) only two outright references to the god Woden in Old English, apart from place-names and regnal lists.
Though Woden was worshiped preeminently, there is not sufficient evidence of his cult to show whether it was practiced by all of the Germanic tribes or to allow conclusions to be drawn about the nature of the god.
The architect's own account of the genesis of Woden Valley Hospital's new diagnostic and treatment (D & T) building emphasises the pragmatic constraints: a tight budget, a fast-track contract, low anticipated maintenance costs, the restrictions of an existing masterplan, and the need for flexibility to accommodate complex and evolving clinical techniques.
The Scandinavian name of the Anglo - Saxon god Woden.
Winnebago is planning to add video service to several more communities in the near future, including Fertile, Hanlontown, Woden, Crystal Lake and Emmons.