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1. ASKO of furniture
ASKO or ASK may refer to:
ASKO Kara, a Togolese football club
ASK Pasching, an Austrian football club
ASK (Austria), Association for Sport and Physical Culture in Austria (German: Arbeitsgemeinschaft fr Sport und Krperkultur in sterreich)
ASKO (company), Finnish furniture manufacturer and furniture store chain
Asko Cylinda, a Swedish appliance manufacturer
2. G. A. Hanssen of g&c furniture carrigtwohill
G. A. Hanssen (November 22, 1869 - January 4, 1944) was an American architect. He designed private residences in Davenport, and later moved to San Diego, California. With Ralph Swearingen, he designed the Yuma County Courthouse in Yuma, Arizona in 1928; it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
3. Music Hall (Hanover) of furniture
The Music Hall was a concert venue in Hanover, Germany. It was located in the "U-boat hall" on the former Hanomag complex. The structure was originally built in 1943 as a submarine production facility in the northern shipyard of Kriegsmarinewerft Wilhelmshaven. Notable performers included Rush, Sting, Roxette and David Bowie. The structure is now a furniture store
4. Sainte-Croix, Quebec of furniture
Sainte-Croix is a municipality in and the seat of the Municipalit rgionale de comt de Lotbinire in Quebec, Canada. It is part of the Chaudire-Appalaches region and the population is 2,433 as of 2009. The new constitution dates from 2001, after the amalgamation of the parish and the village of Sainte-Croix.
5. Personal life of furniture
Amdahl was born to Seddeltrykkeriet (banknote printers) chairman Hans Amdahl (18751945) and Gyda Sawert (18771957) in Trondheim. In 1931 he married the dancer Bengta Andrea Jnsson (11 May 1910 3 September 2003), daughter of furniture shop keeper Andreas Jnsson (18711940) and politician Gitta Jnsson (b. Hagerup, 18691950). He died in Brum in 1968.
6. Other uses of furniture
Litter (rescue basket), a basket-like stretcher device used to ferry injured people
Litter (vehicle), a piece of furniture mounted on a platform and carried by (usually human) muscle power
Plant litter, dead plant material that has fallen to the ground
The Litter, a 1960s psychedelic rock band
7. Director manager career of furniture
He began business career with traded fruit, clothing and furniture from Hungary, which were exported to the Czech Republic. Later he continued as a FK DAC 1904 Dunajsk Streda club officer. Then he moved to Artmedia Petralka as club officer. From 2010 he is a director general of K Slovan Bratislava
8. Cast and credits of furniture
Director: Tony Donoghue
Screenwriter: Tony Donoghue
Producer: Cathal Black
Film Editor: Ed Smith
Mise en scene: Alan Eddie
Music: David Kitt
Sound designer: Fionan Higgins
Photographer: Tony Donoghue
Poster design: Simone Crowley
Principal cast: Mary Brannigan, Eddie Coen, Patrick Cahalan, Mikey Cahalan, Sean Gleeson
9. Reviews of furniture
Review by Tom Easton (1980) in Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact, January 1980
Review by Charles N. Brown (1980) in Locus, #230 February 1980
Review by John Clute (1980) in Foundation, #19 June 1980
Review by Joseph Nicholas (1980) in Vector 98
Review by Theodore Sturgeon (1981) in Rod Serling's The Twilight Zone Magazine, June 1981
10. Blades (surname) of furniture
Blades is the surname of:
Ben C. Blades (19081973), American politician
Cameron Blades (born 1971), Australian rugby union player
Daniel Blades, Lord Blades (18881959), Scottish judge
Jack Blades (born 1954), American musician
Jay Blades (born 1970), British furniture restorer and presenter
Mona Blades, 18-year-old New Zealand woman who disappeared in 1975
Rubn Blades (born 1948), Panamanian singer
11. Exhibits of furniture
The museum encompasses an exhibition hall, a shrine, pavilions, and a family cemetery, as well as Yi Won-ik's original house from the late sixteenth century. Items on display include furniture, portraits, writings, and personal items that belonged to or were created by Yi Won-ik.
12. Gustaf Erik Hedman of furniture
Gustaf Erik Hedman (1777 - 1841) was a Finnish painter.
Hedman was born in Oulu, and married to Elisabeth Margaretha. He studied at the Royal Swedish Academy of Arts. He primarily painted religious-themed works for church commissions. His works include murals and altarpieces at the Esse (1816) and Vhkyr (1819) churches. He has also painted furniture.
13. Furniture Building
Court Building, also known as the Furniture Building, is a historic commercial building located in downtown Evansville, Indiana. It was designed by the architectural firm Harris & Shopbell and built in 1909. It is a seven-story, Beaux Arts style building sheathed in brick and limestone.
It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.
14. Education of g&c furniture carrigtwohill
1948 Graduated from the University of Thessaloniki, Law School.
1949-1950 Post Graduate Studies in Public Administration and Management, USA Bureau of the Budget, Washington, DC.
1949-1950 Post Graduate Studies in Economics and Public Finance, American University, Washington D.C.
1951-1953 Post Graduate Studies in Economics and Public Finance and Economic Policy. University of Rome, Italy.
15. Arts and entertainment of furniture
Charles Rogers (director) (born 1987), American film director and screenwriter
Charles "Buddy" Rogers (19041999), American actor and jazz musician
Charles R. Rogers (18921957), American film producer
Charley Rogers (18871956), British actor, film director and screenwriter who was sometimes credited as Charles Rogers
Charles Rogers (collector) (17111784), English customs official, known as an art collector
16. Scele of furniture
Scele (Romanian pronunciation:Â stele; German: Siebendrfer; Hungarian: Ngyfalu, between 1950 and 2001 Szecselevros) is a city in Braov County, Romania, in the region of Transylvania, with a population of 30,798 inhabitants in 2011. It is adjacent to the city of Braov, its city centre being situated 15Â km away from downtown Braov
17. Hacienda del Lencero of furniture
The Hacienda del Lencero is a Spanish Colonial architecture era building and gardens located near of Xalapa city, in the state of Veracruz in eastern Mexico. The house, which takes its name from Juan Lencero, a soldier of Hernn Corts, was the property of Antonio Lpez de Santa Anna in the 19th century
18. Track listing of furniture
(All songs written by Earlimart)
"Hold On, Slow Down" 1:40
"First Instant Last Report" 2:27
"The Hidden Track" 4:12
"The Valley People" 0:39
"All They Ever Do Is Talk" 3:57
"A Bell And A Whistle" 2:40
"Broke The Furniture" 3:28
"Unintentional Tape Manipulations" 5:56
"Heaven Adores You" 3:43
"808 Crickets" 0:49
"Tell The Truth, Parts I & II" 5:30
"It's Okay To Think About Ending" 5:00
19. Queen Anne of furniture
Queen Anne often refers to:
Anne, Queen of Great Britain (16651714), queen of England, Scotland and Ireland (17021707) and of Great Britain (17071714)
Queen Anne style architecture, an architectural style from her reign, and its revivals
Queen Anne style furniture
Queen Anne (play), a 2015 play on Anne's life
Queen Anne's War during her reign
20. Maisons du Monde of furniture
Maisons du Monde is a French furniture and home decor company founded in Brest in 1996 by Xavier Marie. At the end of 2015 it had nearly 250 stores across France, Italy, Spain, Luxembourg, Belgium, Germany and in Switzerland, of which more than 180 are in France. In 2010, it generated nearly 323 million in sales. in 2015 it employed over 5,500 people.
21. Gillow of furniture
Gillow is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Alfred Gillow (18351897), English cricketer
Eulogio Gillow y Zavala, archbishop of Antequera
Joseph Gillow (18501921), Roman Catholic antiquary
Robert Gillow (17041772), cabinetmaker
Russ Gillow (born 1940), ice hockey player
Shara Gillow (born 1987), Australian cyclist
Thommie Gillow (born 1980), poet
Wilf Gillow (born 1890s), footballer
22. Decorations of g&c furniture carrigtwohill
Commander of the Greek Order of George I,
Commander of the Greek Order of the Phoenix,
Commander of the Bulgarian Order of the knight of Madara,
Cross first Class of the Romanian Order of Theodore Vladimirescu,
Knight of the Italian Order of Merit.
23. Manny Cussins of furniture
Manny Cussins (26 October 1905 5 October 1987) was a British businessman, who made his fortune in the furniture retail business, becoming chairman of Waring & Gillow. He joined the board of directors at Leeds United F.C. in 1961, and served as the club's chairman between 1972 and 1983. He died on 5 October 1987, aged 81.
24. Mission of furniture
The Chunghyeon Museum aims to preserve and promote Seonbi culture by displaying artifacts that once belonged to Ori Yi Won-ik (1547-1634), a prime minister during the Joseon Dynasty. The museum emphasizes traditional Korean culture, especially the "loyalty and filial piety from Joseon period Confucianism," and conducts educational programs incorporating museum material.
25. Sainty of furniture
Sainty is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Guy Stair Sainty (born 1950), art dealer and author on royal genealogy and heraldry
John Sainty (civil servant), English civil servant
John Sainty (footballer), former professional football player and manager
Marilyn Sainty (born 1947), New Zealand fashion and furniture designer
26. Carl Adolph Grevesmhl of furniture
Carl Adolph Grevesmhl (17441827) was a Swedish businessman from Stockholm. His furniture business made him a very rich man. He was commissioned by King Gustav III of Sweden to furnish Stockholm Castle. Grevesmhl owned the Zinkensdamm estate between 1790 and 1811, and in 1810, he bought Herresta
27. Lammhult of furniture
Lammhult (pronunciation) is a locality situated in Vxj Municipality, Kronoberg County, Sweden with 1,459 inhabitants in 2010.
Lammhult has a long tradition with making furniture, presently production by designer brands are Norrgavel and Lammhult among several. It has also large retail stores for furniture and such items.
28. IDEmbler of furniture
IDEmbler is a Danish chain of furniture stores, founded in 1969. In some countries, it is known by the name of its holding company IDesign. The company runs over 30 stores in Denmark and has subsidiaries and affiliates in the Nordic Countries and the Middle East.
29. Tahirovi of furniture
Tahirovi is a Bosniak surname. It is derived from "son of Tahir".
It may refer to the following people:
Denis Tahirovi (born 1985), Croatian footballer
Emil Tahirovi (born 1979), Slovenian swimmer
Emra Tahirovi (born 1987), Bosnian-Swedish footballer
Enid Tahirovi (born 1972), Bosnian handball player
Haris Tahirovi (born 1981), Bosnian footballer
Ivan Tahirovi (born 1965), Slovenian football player
Nesim Tahirovi (19412020), Bosnian painter
30. In people of furniture
van der Made - Dutch family name
Dalem Di Made (fl. 16231642), Balinese king
Ida Bagus Made (19151999), Balinese painter
Joseph Made, Zimbabwean politician
Sacco van der Made (19181997), Dutch actor and voice actor
Simon van Groenewegen van der Made (16131652), Dutch jurist
Tilly van der Made (born 1938), Dutch runner
31. Broyhill of furniture
Broyhill may refer to:
Broyhill Furniture of Lenoir, North Carolina
Jim Broyhill (born 1927), Republican former U.S. Representative and Senator from the state of North Carolina
Joel Broyhill (19192006), American politician and a Congressman from Virginia for 11 terms, from 1953 to 1974
Lincoln Broyhill (19252008), record-setting American tail-gunner in World War II and later a successful real estate developer
32. Timothy Clifford of furniture
Sir Timothy Peter Plint Clifford (born 26 January 1946) is a British art historian. Clifford was the director of the National Galleries of Scotland from 1984 to 2006. He was known for his innovative methods for hanging and displaying art, and for his ability to leverage limited acquisition funds to purchase important works of art.
33. Public officials of furniture
Joe Walsh (American politician) (born 1961), American politician, former US Representative for Illinois
Joe Walsh (Irish politician) (19432014), Irish legislator and Cabinet member
Joseph Walsh (Massachusetts) (18751946), American jurist and Massachusetts congressman, 19151922
Joseph Charles Walsh (18681960), lawyer, judge, journalist and political figure in Quebec
Joseph T. Walsh (19302014), American jurist
34. Marc Brown of furniture
Marc Brown may refer to:
Marc Brown (author) (born 1946), American author, creator of the Arthur books and television show
Marc Brown (basketball) (born 1969), American basketball player and coach
Marc Brown (ice hockey) (born 1979), Canadian ice hockey player and coach
Marc Brown (journalist) (born 1961), American news anchor for KABC-TV
Marc Brown, spokesperson and owner of Norton Furniture
35. Patrick Seguin of furniture
Patrick Seguin (born January 29, 1954 in Montpellier) is an art dealer specialized in design and architecture of the 20th century.
Patrick Seguin founded the Galerie Patrick Seguin in 1989 than since settled in Bastille, a district of Paris.
He promotes furniture and architecture of Jean Prouv, Charlotte Perriand, Pierre Jeanneret, Le Corbusier, and Jean Royre.
36. Robert Jones (designer) of furniture
Robert Jones was a British designer active between 1815 and 1833. His work include chimney pieces for the Royal Pavilion at Brighton, later moved to Buckingham Palace, and various items connected with grand interior design, such a throne dais for Queen Charlotte. and ornate furniture in the Chinese style, which was fashionable the end of the 18th century.
37. Nirmal (disambiguation) of furniture
Nirmal is a town in Telangana, India.
Nirmal means "pure" or "unsullied" in Sanskrit.
Nirmal may also refer to:
Nirmal toys and craft
Nirmal (Assembly constituency)List of people who bear the name Nirmal:
Nirmal Baba, an Indian spiritual leader
Nirmal Jain (born 1966/67), Indian billionaire, founder of India Infoline
38. Number of stores of furniture
265 stores in Europe:
France: 193 stores
Italy: 30 stores
Luxembourg and Belgium: 16 stores
Spain: 12 stores
Germany: 8 stores
United Kingdom: 4 stores (in Birmingham, London and Manchester, Leicester )
Switzerland: 3 stores
United States: 2 StoresThe brand sells online to United States, Germany, the United Kingdom, Portugal, the Netherlands and Austria.
39. In entertainment of furniture
FilmMade (1972 film), United Kingdom
Made (2001 film), United StatesMusicMade (Scarface album), 2007
Made (Hawk Nelson album), 2013
M.A.D.E., 2003 album by Memphis Bleek
"Made" (Scuba Dice song), 2006
"Made" (The Wanted song), 2010
Made (Big Bang album), 2016
Made, a Toronto lo-fi bandTelevisionMade (TV series), United States, 2002 to 2014
40. Cast of furniture
Josie Bissett as Carrie Lewellyn
Rob Estes as Jim Barber
Lyndsy Fonseca as Sandy Barber
Ephraim Ellis as Jeff Barber
Martha MacIsaac as Moira Lewellyn
Fraser McGregor as Andrew Barber
Clare Stone as Lily Barber
Kristopher Clarke as Andrew Lewellyn
Jason Spevack as Nathan Lewellyn
Jessie Wright as Daisy Lewellyn