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Psychosomatic medicine is an interdisciplinary medical field exploring the relationships among social, psychological, and behavioral factors on bodily processes and quality of life in humans and animals.
Ydre Municipality is a municipality in Östergötland County, southeast Sweden. The municipal seat is located in the town of Österbymo.
The Dacke War was a peasant uprising led by Nils Dacke in Småland, Sweden, in 1542 against the rule of Gustav Vasa. Dacke and his followers were dissatisfied with the heavy tax burden, the introduction of Lutheranism, and the confiscation of Church property. In 1543 the uprising was defeated, and Nils Dacke was killed.
Thure Erik Lund is a Norwegian author and cabinet maker. He debuted in 1992 with the novel Tanger, for which he won Tarjei Vesaas' debutantpris.
Bruno Jakob Thüring was a German physicist and astronomer.
Thure Adolf Hellström was a Finnish architect working on railroad stations for Rautatiehallitus with Bruno Granholm.
Thure Emanuel Johansson was a Swedish freestyle wrestler who won a bronze medal in the flyweight division at the 1948 Summer Olympics.
Ture Sigvard "Thure" Sjöstedt was a Swedish wrestler. In freestyle wrestling, he won a gold and a silver medal in the 1928 and 1932 Olympics, respectively, as well as a European title in 1934. He finished second at the 1927 European Championships in Greco-Roman wrestling.
Thure Johan Ahlqvist was a Swedish lightweight boxer who won a silver medal at the 1932 Summer Olympics. A tall and mobile boxer, Ahlqvist favored fighting at a distance, occasionally throwing straight punches.
Thuré is a commune in the Vienne department in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region in western France.
Thure Frank Lindhardt is a Danish actor, educated at the drama school at Odense Theatre in 1998.
Thure Ludwig Theodor Kumlien was a Swedish-American ornithologist, naturalist, and taxidermist. A contemporary of Thoreau, Audubon, and Agassiz, he contributed much to the knowledge of the natural history of Wisconsin and its birds. He collected and shipped specimens to many investigators in the United States and abroad. He taught botany and zoology, as well as foreign languages, at Albion Academy, and was particularly regarded as an expert in the identification of birds’ nests.
Busseyville, Wisconsin is an unincorporated community in the town of Sumner in Jefferson County. It is located on Wisconsin Highway 106 near Luna Road, about ten miles west of Fort Atkinson. The Sumner town hall is located there as well as Busseyville Community Church.
Thure de Thulstrup, born Bror Thure Thulstrup in Sweden, was a leading American illustrator with contributions for numerous magazines, including three decades of work for Harper's Weekly. Thulstrup primarily illustrated historical military scenes.
Events from the year 1974 in Denmark.
Puhtu is a former islet and since the beginning of the 19th century a peninsula in western Estonia. Administratively it belongs to Virtsu small borough in Lääneranna Parish, Pärnu County.
Nelly Maria Thüring , was a Swedish photographer and politician. She was one of the first women elected to the Swedish parliament.
3096 Days is a 2013 German drama film directed by Sherry Hormann. The film is based on the true story of Natascha Kampusch, a 10-year-old girl and her eight-year ordeal being kidnapped by Wolfgang Přiklopil. Northern Irish actress Antonia Campbell-Hughes portrays Kampusch, while Thure Lindhardt plays Přiklopil.
Brandis Castle is the ruin of a hill fort from the 13th century. It stands in the Swiss municipality of Lützelflüh in the Canton of Bern above the village Lützelflüh on a rocky outcrop. Today, only the ruins and the moat are still visible.
Events from the year 1875 in Sweden