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HNoMS Trondheim (F302)

HNoMS ''Trondheim'' (pennant number F302) was an of the Royal Norwegian Navy.==Service history==On 17 March 2006 at 20:10 CET, ''Trondheim'' ran aground off Lines island in Sør-Trøndelag. No injuries among the 121-man crew were reported. The incident was reported from the ship itself, and at 20:30 it came loose again. Water flooded two compartments (paint storage and forward pump room) of the ship. The compartments were sealed and three ships were sent to assist the frigate. The frigate was towed... read more

Berg School (Trondheim)

Berg skole is a primary school situated in central Trondheim, Norway, in the borough of Strinda.==History==Berg skole was founded in 1931 on land bought from the bishop in 1923. The school was built in three stages, the first in 1931 and the second in 1940. These two stages today appear as one building (the southernmost building, seen in the images on the right. The two stages made out the whole school for decades, having a strict look with its concrete and coarse brick walls and iron plated roof.... read more

Trondheim Airport, Værnes

Trondheim Airport, Værnes (; ) is an international internationalairport serving internationalairportTrondheim , a city and municipality in municipalitySør-Trøndelag county, municipalitySør-TrøndelagNorway . The airport is located in Værnes , a village in the municipality of VærnesStjørdal in VærnesStjørdalNord-Trøndelag county, east of Trondheim. Operated by the state-owned VærnesStjørdalNord-TrøndelagAvinor , it shares facilities with VærnesStjørdalNord-TrøndelagAvinorVærnes... read more

Trondheim Tramway controversy

Despite the whole tramway being closed in 1988, trams still serve St. Olavs GateThe Trondheim Tramway controversy regards the political discussion of whether Trondheim, Norway, should have a tramway.The first debate came after the 1956 Dalsenget fire, when most of the city's tram fleet was destroyed; a proposal to replace the tramway with a trolleybus line was rejected. In 1968, the Singsaker Line was closed, and replaced by a bus route. From the merger of all bus and tram companies into Trondheim... read more

Trondheim Airport, Jonsvatnet

Aerial view of a frozen Jonsvatnet during winter. The city can be seen in the background.Trondheim Airport, Jonsvatnet () was a water aerodrome located at Valset on the lake of Jonsvatnet in Trondheim, Norway. The airport was built as the first permanent airport serving Trondheim and initially was used for Norwegian Air Lines' (DNL) routes which commenced in 1935. Ahead of the 1936 season the airport was equipped with permanent installations, including wharfs and a small terminal building. In 1937... read more


Trondheim (), historically Kaupangen, Nidaros and Trondhjem, is a city and municipality in municipalitySør-Trøndelag county, municipalitySør-TrøndelagNorway . It has a population of 187,353 (January 1, 2016), and is the third most populous municipality in Norway, although the fourth largest fourth largesturban area . It is the third largest city in the country, with a population (2013) of 169,972 inhabitants within the city borders. The city functions as the fourth largesturban areaadministrative... read more

Mai Ya

Mai Ya () is a village and ''tambon'' (subdistrict) of Phaya Mengrai District, in Chiang Rai Province, Thailand., Accessed April 25, 2011 In 2005 it had a total population of 11,069 people. The ''tambon'' contains 17 villages.==References==Category:Populated places in Chiang Rai Province read more

Mai Shanley

Mai Therese Shanley (born February 17, 1963), Miss New Mexico USA, Miss USA 1984, is a former beauty queen. ==Biography==Her mother is ethnically Taiwanese and is from Taiwan, while her father is Irish and was born in Ireland.Shanley's first pageant experience came when she represented New Mexico in the Miss America pageant in 1983. She did not place in that pageant. Later, Shanley became the first Eurasian delegate to win Miss USA. She was 21 at the time she was crowned the 33rd Winner at the pageant... read more

Mai Jia

Jiang Benhu (; born 1964) better known by his pen name Mai Jia, is a Chinese novelist. He also serves as the president of Zhejiang Writers Association and vice president of the Zhejiang Literature and Art Association.==Biography==Jiang was born in Fuyang, Zhejiang Province in 1964. He was drafted into the People's Liberation Army and served for 17 years.Jiang graduated from People's Liberation Army Foreign Language College in 1983, where he majored in wireless radio. He started to publish works in... read more

Mai Satoda

is a member of the Hello! Project group Country Musume, singer, model and talent.==Personal life==Her husband is Japanese baseball player Masahiro Tanaka.== Biography ==Satoda was discovered by Tanaka during baseball game in Japan. She is also a member of Hello! Project's futsal team, Gatas Brilhantes H.P. She has released one self-titled solo photobook and also a single, with the comedian duo, Fujioka Fujimaki.In early 2007, Satoda was added to the unit Pabo () along with Suzanne and Yukina Kinoshita,... read more

Mai Zetterling

Mai Elisabeth Zetterling (; 24 May 1925 – 17 March 1994) was a Swedish actress and film director .==Early life==Zetterling was born in film directorVästerås , film directorVästeråsVästmanland , Sweden to a film directorVästeråsVästmanlandworking-class family. She started her career as an actress at the age of 17 at film directorVästeråsVästmanlandworking-classDramaten , the Swedish national theater, appearing in war-era films.==Career==Zetterling appeared in film and television... read more

Mai Ghoussoub

Mai Ghoussoub () (2 November 1952 Beirut – 17 February 2007 London) was a Lebanese writer, artist, publisher and human rights activist. She was the co-founder of the Saqi bookshop and publishing house.==Life==Her father, Raymond Ghoussoub, a Maronite Christian, was a professional footballer. She studied at the French lycée in Beirut, then math at the American University of Beirut, and French literature at the Lebanese University, and later sculpture at Morley College and the Henry Moore Studio... read more

Mai Shiraishi

is a singer and model who is a member of the Japanese idol girl group Nogizaka46.== Career ==After graduating from High School, Shiraishi pursue her studies in a music college since she desired to be a singer. Later on, one of her teacher suggest her to audition for Nogizaka46.Her idol career started when she was accepted to be one of the 1st Generation member in AKB48 Official Rival Group, Nogizaka46, on 21 August 2011. She was chosen as one of the members in Nogizaka46 to release their debut song... read more


''Marie-Mai Bouchard'' (born 7 July 1984), known mononymously as Marie-Mai, is a Canadian singer from Quebec. She was initially known as one of the top finalists of the first season of the Quebec reality show ''Star Académie''.==Profile/Background==Marie-Mai Bouchard was born in Varennes, Quebec. As her father was also a musician, Marie-Mai began her interest in music in her early years when practicing piano lessons and also participated in musical theatre. Shortly, she began singing and her grandmother... read more

Josef Mai

Major Josef Mai (3 March 1887 – 18 January 1982) Iron Cross First and Second Class, was a World War I fighter pilot credited with 30 victories.==Early life==Josef Mai was born in Ottorowo, Galizien, to ethnic German parents located in the then Austro-Hungarian Empire. His original military service began on 3 October 1907 with the 10th Lancers. When World War I began Mai was part of the offensive aimed at the French capital of Paris. He later took part in the fighting around Warsaw, Poland. In 1915... read more


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