HULD


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HULDHardened Unit Load Device (aviation)
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Liverpool Philharmonic, Hope Street, Liverpool - Sat, 10 Nov Hafdis Huld Returning to the UK for just a handful of gigs this autumn, Hafdis Huld is one of Iceland's biggest stars.
In contrary, Huld and Anderson [6] reported that leaf area index of chrysanthemum grown at 83 plant [m.sup.-2] was higher than at 125 plant [m.sup.-2].
Huld needed only 44 days to complete the trip - which took place in 1928, less than a year before Tintin's debut.
Huld, who passed away this year, had been a red-haired 15-year-old boy with freckles and a snub nose, when he entered a competition in early 1928 to mark the centennial of the celebrated author Jules Verne.
This could also serve as an occasion to pay homage to a largely forgotten old man, 96-year-old Palle Huld, who inspired Herge.
1) Wohlgesinntheit, Huld, Gnade; Gunsterweisung, 2) Andacht, Gebet, 3) Wohlgefallen usw.
HAFDIS HULD is a pixie-like Icelandic singer, and, following on from her 2005 debut album, she's releasing a cover of Sam Brown's classic single, recorded especially for a Mercedes album.
Marcola Web Academy Vice-Principal Daniel Huld said it's working out so far, with at least 100 students enrolled.
With: Jon Thor Birgisson, Orri Pall Dyrason, Georg Holm, Kjartan Sveinsson, Hildur Arsaelsdottir, Maria Huld Markan, Edda Run Olafsdottir, Solrun Sumarlioadottir.
/ De lade den jungfrun I svarta mull,--I midsommar tiden--och sjalva gud fader vat henne huld.--I himmelen ar en stor gladje!"