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Synonyms for Finnbogadottir

former president of Iceland

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Finnbogadottir, A.E, Ardal, B., Eiriksson, H., Valdimarsson, H., Ludviksson, B.R., & Haraldsson, A.
Following the table of contents there are three forewords: the first is by Vigdis Finnbogadottir, president of Iceland from 1980 to 1996; the second is by Alp Mehmet, British ambassador to Iceland; and the third is by Helgi Bjornsson, a glaciologist of world repute at the Science Institute, University of Iceland.
Its doors have been opened to welcome John Phillip Sousa, Billy Graham, Princess Christina of Sweden, President Vigdis Finnbogadottir of Iceland, Lord and Lady Baden Powell, and author Margaret Laurence.
(5) Ambos hechos han contribuido a que la mujer se incorpore poco a poco a la vida politica, hasta el punto que en 1990 solo habia ocho mujeres al frente de ejecutivos nacionales: Margaret Thatcher en el Reino Unido, Benazir Butto en Pakistan, Cori Aquino en Filipinas, Ertha Trovillot en Haiti, Violeta Chamorro en Nicaragua, Kasimiera Prunskiene en Lituania, Finnbogadottir en Islandia, Marie Eugenie Charles en Dominica.
Vigdis Finnbogadottir, the first woman president of Iceland, read a moving tribute.
BBC Newsnight presenter Kirsty Wark and Vigdis Finnbogadottir, the first woman president of Iceland, joined mourners.
Among those paying respects at Baldernock Church, near Milngavie, Glasgow, was Vigdis Finnbogadottir, a former president of Iceland.
This includes, for instance, Campbell, Dreifuss, Finnbogadottir, Gandhi (separated), Meir (separated), Pintasilgo, Prunskiene, Suchocka, and Suharnoputri.
Plot: Twenty-nine-year-old Silja Hauksdottir's feature debut is a comedic drama set in Reykjavik, Iceland, with cameos by well-known locals like former President Vigdis Finnbogadottir. Beautiful blonde Dis lives with her friend downtown and works in reception at a hotel.
Former Icelandic president Vigdis Finnbogadottir has been named as a special protector of sign language in the Nordic countries.
A series of taped interviews with international female leaders shown to prospective donors concludes with a tribute to the feminine graces from former Iceland President Vigdis Finnbogadottir, which might make Margaret Thatcher gag.
Said Council Chair, Vigdis Finnbogadottir, former president of Iceland, "We have broken through the glass [ceiling] and we didn't break our necks."