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Torgny is a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Gustav Torgny Lindgren was a Swedish writer.
Torgny Mogren is a Swedish former cross-country skier who competed from 1984 to 1998. He won the gold medal in the 4 x 10 km relay at the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary. His best individual finish was a 5th in the combined pursuit at the 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville.
Sten Torgny Söderberg is a Swedish songwriter. He has worked a lot together with Lena Philipsson and written schlager songs such as "100%", "Kärleken är evig" and "Diggi-loo diggi-ley". "Diggi-loo diggi-ley" won the Swedish Melodifestivalen 1984 and even the Eurovision Song Contest 1984.
Torgny is a village in the municipality of Rouvroy, in the province of Luxembourg, Belgium. It has about 200 inhabitants and is the southernmost place of Belgium. Till 1977 Torgny was a municipality.
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Jan Gustaf Troell is a Swedish film director. Usually, Troell writes his own scripts and serves as his own director of photography. His realistic films, with a lyrical photography in which nature is prominent, have placed him in the first rank of modern Swedish film directors along with Ingmar Bergman and Bo Widerberg.
Torgny Torgnysson Segerstedt was a Swedish philosopher and sociologist. He was the son of the elder Torgny Segerstedt, scholar of comparative religion and publicist remembered especially for his uncompromising anti-Nazi stance. To distinguish him from his father, when needed, he is often referred to as Torgny T:son Segerstedt, or Torgny Segerstedt the younger.
Torgny Karl Segerstedt was a Swedish scholar of comparative religion, later publicist and editor-in-chief of the newspaper Göteborgs Handels- och Sjöfartstidning from 1917 to 1945. As such he is remembered for his uncompromising anti-Nazi stance.
Bo Rune Ingemar Ralph is a Swedish linguist, member of the Swedish Academy, and professor of Nordic Languages at the Department of Swedish Language at Gothenburg University. He was elected to the Swedish Academy on 15 April 1999 and admitted on 20 December 1999. Bo Ralph succeeded the philosopher and sociologist Torgny T:son Segerstedt to Seat No.2.
Carina Burman is a Swedish novelist and literature scholar. Her research has been focused on Swedish 18th and 19th century literature. She completed her Ph.D. in literature in Uppsala in 1988 with a dissertation on the Gustavian writer Johan Henric Kellgren. Later production includes a critical edition of previously unpublished letters of the novelist and feminist pioneer Fredrika Bremer in two volumes (1996) and a biography of Bremer (2001).
Erik Segerstedt is a Swedish singer.
Lundagård is a student newspaper published by the Lund University Student Union (LUS). Lundagård was first published in 1920 and is the oldest student newspaper still in circulation in Sweden. It is published 10 times a year.
Carola Ingrid Margareta Segerstedt Luterkort was a Swedish actress and stage director, whose professional career spanned from the 1930s until 2010.
Göteborgs Handels- och Sjöfartstidning (GHT) was a daily newspaper published in Gothenburg, Sweden, from 1832 to 1985.
Norwegian National Road 150, also known as Ring 3 and formerly Store Ringvei is a beltway limited-access road which circumnavigates Oslo, Norway. It runs from Ryen, through the Sinsen Interchange to Lysaker in Bærum.
Postkodmiljonären is a Swedish game show based on the original British format of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?. The show is hosted by Rickard Sjöberg. The main goal of the game is to win 1 million SEK by answering 15 multiple-choice questions correctly. There are three-four lifelines - Fifty Fifty, Phone A Friend, Ask The Audience and Switch the Question on risk format. It is shown every Friday and Saturday from 7:30 PM to 8 PM (UTC+1) on the Swedish commercial television station TV4. When a contestant gets the fifth question correct, he will leave with at least 10,000 SEK. When a contestant gets the tenth question correct, he will leave with at least 100,000 SEK. The programme is also combined with the Swedish Postcode Lottery in a twice-weekly format. The original format of the show, broadcast before 2003, was known as Vem vill bli miljonär? and lacked the lottery tie-in.
Norrlands nation is a student society and the largest of thirteen nations at Uppsala University. It mainly recruits its members from the province of Norrland, which is the northernmost part of Sweden. As of 2012, the nation has about 8,000 members.
Svante Martin Henriksson Holmdahl was a Swedish professor of anesthesiology, who was rector magnificus of Uppsala university between 1978 and 1989.
Ingrid Segerstedt Wiberg was a Swedish journalist and politician. She was a prominent activist for freedom of speech, peace, human rights and the care of refugees.
Brian Charles William Palmer is a social anthropologist and scholar of religion at Uppsala University.
The Last Sentence is a Swedish film from 2012, directed by Jan Troell and starring Jesper Christensen, Pernilla August, Björn Granath and Ulla Skoog. It is set between 1933 and 1945, and focuses on the life and career of Torgny Segerstedt, a Swedish newspaper editor who was a prominent critic of Hitler and the Nazis during a period when the Swedish government and monarch were intent on maintaining Sweden's neutrality and avoiding tensions with Germany. The film also deals with Segerstedt's relations with his wife, his mistress, and his mistress's husband.
Cecilia Uddén is a Swedish journalist, radio host and foreign reporter for Sveriges Radio. Uddén has worked as a radio foreign correspondent to the Middle East since 1993.
Marcus "Dodde" Wallenberg Jr., was a Swedish banker and business manager. He was the most influential representative for the Swedish industrial tradition and Swedish business’ during the 20th century. He was the CEO of Stockholms Enskilda Bank 1946–1958 and during half a century – from the early 1930s until his death 1982 – he led and reconstructed many of Sweden's largest companies. During World War Two Marcus together with Erik Boheman were appointed to conduct the Swedish trade negotiations.