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Ragnhild Noer (born 28 December 1959) is a Norwegian judge.
She was born in Oslo. She worked as a presiding judge in Borgarting from 2005 to 2010, and as Supreme Court Justice from 2010.
Princess Ragnhild, Mrs Lorentzen, was the eldest child of King Olav V of Norway and Princess Märtha of Sweden. She was the older sister of King Harald V and Princess Astrid. She was the first royal to have been born in Norway since the middle ages. In 1953 she married the industrialist Erling Lorentzen, a member of the Lorentzen family of shipping magnates. In the same year they moved to Brazil, where her husband was an industrialist and a main owner of Aracruz Celulose. She lived in Brazil until her death 59 years later.
MS Bahamas Celebration was a midsize cruise ship formerly operated by Celebration Cruise Line. Between March 2009 and October 2014, she operated two- and three-day cruises from Port Everglades to the Bahamas. In March 2010 she started operating two-day cruises from the Port of Palm Beach.
Elisabeth Schweigaard Selmer was a Norwegian jurist and politician for the Conservative Party.
Ragnhild Øren Gulbrandsen is a Norwegian journalist and former football striker from the city of Trondheim who retired from football at the end of 2007. Most of her playing career was spent with Trondheims-Ørn women's football club, with whom she won the Norwegian elite league, the Toppserien, three times and the Cup four times, and was the club's top scorer in 1997, 2000 and 2001. As of April 2012, Gulbrandsen's 141 Toppserien goals made her third in the all-time goalscorer statistics.
Eldbjørg Hemsing is a Norwegian violinist who has been since the age of 11, with her solo debut with the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra. She premiered several works by Tan Dun. She lives in Berlin. She is the younger sister of Norwegian violinist Ragnhild Hemsing.
Ragnhild Butenschøn, née Jakhelln was a Norwegian sculptor. She was especially known for her church art.
Ragnhild was a 2,866 GRT cargo ship which was built in 1941 for the British Ministry of War Transport (MoWT) as Empire Carey. In 1942 she was transferred to the Norwegian Government in exile and renamed Ragnhild. Her war service is very well documented, and serves to illustrate a typical tramp ship's service life during the Second World War.
Ragnhild Caroline Monrad was a Norwegian singer, actress and poet. She studied singing in Dresden, stayed in Berlin for a long time, toured with Edvard Grieg, performed for King Oscar II, Haakon VII and Emperor William II. She was a very popular opera singer in Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Germany.
Ragnhild Magerøy was a Norwegian novelist, essayist and poet. She is principally known as a historical novelist.
Ragnhild Rød, née Ragnhild Gunnerson Welhaven was a Norwegian politician for the Conservative Party.
Kai Ludvig Jakob Knagenhjelm was a Norwegian civil servant.
Ragnhild Hemsing is a Norwegian classical violinist and older sister of the classical violinist Eldbjørg Hemsing.
Ragnhild Kostøl is a Norwegian cyclist. She was born in Oslo. She won the Norwegian National Road Race Championship in 1991 and 1999.
Ragnhild Adelheid Lothe is a Norwegian microbiologist and cancer researcher.
Ragnhild Andrine Sundby was a Norwegian zoologist who specialized in entomology. She was the first female professor at the Norwegian College of Agriculture.
Ragnhild Kaarbø was a Norwegian painter.
Ragnhild Keyser was a Norwegian painter. She was a visual artist and abstract painter principally active during the 1920s.
Ragnhild Helene Hennum is a Norwegian jurist, academic administrator and women's rights leader. She is Professor of Public Law at the University of Oslo Faculty of Law and Director of the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights. Hennum served as Pro-Rector of the University of Oslo, the university's second highest official, 2014–2017. She previously served as the university's Vice-Rector 2009–2014. Hennum's research fields are criminal law, criminal procedure and sociology of law, and she is a specialist on child sexual abuse, sexual violence in general and forced marriage. She is President of the Norwegian Women's Lobby, the umbrella organisation for the Norwegian women's movement.
Ragnhild Nilstun is a Norwegian novelist, children's writer and literary critic.
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