GERDA


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GERDAGeradrohr Dampferzeuger Anlage (German: Straight Tube Steam Generator)
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Kay and Gerda looked at the picture-book full of beasts and of birds; and it was then--the clock in the church-tower was just striking five--that Kay said, "Oh
cried the little girl; and as he perceived her fright, he pulled up another rose, got in at the window, and hastened off from dear little Gerda.
But it was the glass he had got in his eye; the glass that was sticking in his heart, which made him tease even little Gerda, whose whole soul was devoted to him.
The Snow Queen kissed Kay once more, and then he forgot little Gerda, grandmother, and all whom he had left at his home.
In her remarks, Gerda Verburg said that a transparent system needs to be developed to concentrate on health insurance of employees of an organization.
So far, in its seven-month-long run, the GERDA experiment - which consists of 78.
Or, at least, this is what the film seems to suggest, mainly in a scene previous to the emergence of Lili in terms of the fantasmatic projection of Gerda on Einar.
Aronson and Budhos do a phenomenal job bringing the Spanish Civil War to life through the eyes of two young photojournalists, Robert Capa and Gerda Taro.
EINAR Wegener (Eddie Redmayne) is a respected artist 1920s Copenhagen marrried bohemian artist Gerda Alicia Vikander) who asks him stand in for an absent female model.
Directed by Tom Hooper, The Danish Girl was based on the 2000 fictional novel of the same name by David Ebershoff and loosely inspired by the lives of Danish painters Lili Elbe and Gerda Wegener.
Supported by Gerda and childhood friend Hans Axgil (Matthias Schoenaerts), Lili approaches controversial surgeon Warnekros (Sebastian Koch) to correct nature's mistake.
It's when Gerda asks Einar to pose in a frock so she can put the finishing touches to a portrait that long-repressed feelings are stirred in the young man.