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Synonyms for Brynhild

a Valkyrie or a queen in the Nibelungenlied who loved the hero Siegfried

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The Norwegian government approved the plan of development for the Brynhild field in November 2011, and the execution of the project is proceeding.
Some of her stories approach the probable or at least the plausible; the majority are sheer flights of fantasy, attempts to win a place for mystery and magic in a rather diminished but also more turbulent world aptly described by the ever more ethereal spirit-woman Brynhild Sigurdskaer: "Modern civilization only accepts what it can measure, weigh, and enclose with words.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-December 29, 2014-Lundin Petroleum reports first oil from the Brynhild field
The contract has been signed to acquire an additional 20 percent interest in licence PL148 containing the Brynhild field, offshore Norway.
In the course of his adventures, he marries the beautiful and willful Gudrun and aids his friend Gunnar in seducing the Valkyrie Brynhild by assuming Gunnar's form, riding through a wall of fire, and spending three days and nights with her.
Javier Otarola et Ulrica, les deux personnages du conte, se font appeler Sigurd et Brynhild, comme les deux personnages de la Saga su Nord.
The remainder of the poems are stories of Brynhild (Brunhild) and Gudrun.
M2 EQUITYBITES-December 29, 2014-Lundin Petroleum reports first oil from the Brynhild field
Lundin Petroleum will now hold 70% in the licence, which contains the Brynhild oil discovery.
(10) Similarly, in the Saga of the Volsungs (a work which Tolkien knew well), (11) the Valkyrie Brynhild gives Sigurd knowledge of "victory runes" which are carved in the hilt and blade of a sword: Victory runes shall you know If you want to secure wisdom, And cut them on the sword hilt, On the center ridge of the blade, And the parts of the brand, And name Tyr twice.
The 12th-century Icelandic poem Krakumal provides a romanticized description of Ragnar's death and links him in marriage with Aslaug, a daughter of Sigurd (Siegfried) and Brynhild (Brunhild), figures from the heroic literature of the ancient Teutons.
Maersk Drilling will also provide either Maersk Guardian or Maersk Giant for subsea field development of the Brynhild field in the North Sea.