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Hilde Indreberg (born 22 October 1957) is a Norwegian judge.
She was born in Oslo, and graduated from the University of Oslo as cand.jur. in 1987. She worked for the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation from 1988 to 1989, and was then hired in the Ministry of Justice and the Police. She was promoted to head of department there in 2000. From 2007 she is a Supreme Court Justice.
Hilde Frafjord Johnson is a Norwegian politician from the Christian Democratic Party. She is a former Minister of International Development of Norway, and member of the Norwegian Government. She most recently served as the Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of the United Nations Mission in the Republic of South Sudan, completing her term in July 2014
Hilde Magnusson Lydvo is a Norwegian politician for the Labour Party.
John Pål Inderberg is a versatile saxophonist with a natural spontaneity of expression and one of the leading traditional musicians in Norway. His playing synthethises many different styles, not least when in partnership with Norwegian and American jazz musicians - players as contrasting as Gil Evans and Lee Konitz.
Hilde Henriksen Waage is a Norwegian historian and peace researcher. She is Professor of History at the University of Oslo and was acting Director of Peace Research Institute Oslo from 1992 to 1993. Waage is an expert on the Israeli–Palestinian conflict and Norway–Israel relations.
Hilde Lyrån is a Norwegian actress, dancer and comedian. She is best known for her roles as Trine in the Norwegian situation comedy Mot i brøstet and Karin in the comedy-drama Seks som oss.
Inger Elisabeth Hansen is a Norwegian poet and translator.
Events in the year 1955 in Norway.
Hilde Sandvik is a Norwegian journalist.
Hilde Haugsgjerd is a Norwegian newspaper editor.
Wilhelm Eger Matheson is a Norwegian Supreme Court Justice. Matheson took office in November 2009.
Hilde Hagerup is a Norwegian novelist and author of children's literature. She is the daughter of Klaus Hagerup. She received the Norwegian Critics Prize for Best children's book in 2002 for Løvetannsang.
Anne Marit Jacobsen is a Norwegian stage and film actress.
Hilde Heltberg was a Norwegian singer, guitarist and songwriter, born in Oslo, Norway.
Hilde Mæhlum, is a Norwegian sculptor. She lives and works in Oslo. She is purchased by the National Gallery of Norway and has had numerous solo exhibitions. Hilde Mæhlum is working with visualization of communication or lack of communication between people. She is especially known for the sculptures of masks and sculptures of faces.
Hilde Nakling is a Norwegian shooter who during the 2014 IPSC World Shoot claimed the title as World Champion in the Lady Standard Division. She is the daughter of Vidar Nakling, 1980 IPSC European Champion and an active shooter until 1996. Hilde visited the shooting range for the first time already three months old, and gradually got to try various small firearms. During the early years she only attended the range once or twice a year, and it was not until she took a beginners course in 2005 that she became seriously hooked. Since 2006 she has competed actively. To prepare for the 2014 World Shoot she quit her day job as a nurse at the Oslo University Hospital, and continued to work shifts as a nurse on the pediatric ward.
Hilde Hefte is a Norwegian jazz singer.
Hilde Louise Asbjørnsen is a Norwegian jazz singer, songwriter, cabaret artist and songwriter, known from its own releases and appearances.
Kirsten Sørlie was a Norwegian actress and stage director.
Hilde Grythe is a Norwegian actress.
Hilde Jøtun Bråthen is a former Norwegian curler.
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