A brief glimpse into the past

TSØ sejr over Køge 010219
TSØ sejr over Køge 010219

Målvogter Nicolai Neupart blev kåret til Man of the Match, og Jonas Corneliussen blev topscorer, da TSØ vandt over Køge fredag aften. Her får du to redninger ...



ISFISKERI - FANGSTGARANTI
ISFISKERI - FANGSTGARANTI

Isfiskeri - Når der er is på søen, er det bare med at komme afsted. Frank og Peter lover Fangstgaranti og viser masser af tips og tricks til isfiskeri. Tjek også vores ...



Now That's a Slippery Slope || ViralHog
Now That's a Slippery Slope || ViralHog

Occurred on January 5, 2019 / France "The event happened on a black ski slope in Val de Saire, France. The slope is called The Olympique Face, where I ...



TM Tønder Håndbold - Erhvervsklubben
TM Tønder Håndbold - Erhvervsklubben

Stemningen i hallen er helt fantastisk og meget intens. Her er garanti for høj spænding, masser af tilskuere og håndbold på højeste niveau hver gang.



TM Tønder Håndbold - Spillerne
TM Tønder Håndbold - Spillerne

Stemningen i hallen er helt fantastisk og meget intens. Her er garanti for høj spænding, masser af tilskuere og håndbold på højeste niveau hver gang.



Nederlag til Odder
Nederlag til Odder

Så kom sæsonens første nederlag på hjemmebane. 27-29 til Odder. "Vi kommer desværre aldrig rigtigt ind i kampen forsvarsmæssigt" - er reaktionen fra ...



Team, Place & City Details

Køge Nord FC
Køge Nord FC

Køge Nord FC is a Danish association football club, located in Ølby between a railroad and a highway, Køge Bugt Motorvejen, in the northern suburbs of Køge, Køge Municipality, and playing their home games at Rishøj Stadium (also known as Lyngvejens Stadium), which can hold approx. 1,000 standing spectators around a fenced football field with no grandstands.

Køge Huskors

Køge Huskors was the name for a witch trial in the city of Køge in Denmark, which took place in 1608–1615. It is one of the best known witch trials in Denmark.

William Koger House

William Koger House may refer to:

Benjamin Stoddert
Benjamin Stoddert

Benjamin Stoddert was the first United States Secretary of the Navy from May 1, 1798, to March 31, 1801.

Stoddart Island

Stoddart Island, Nova Scotia is a privately owned, 224-acre (0.91 km2) tract of land located off the Southern coast of that Atlantic maritimes province, proximate to the small town of Shag Harbour in Shelburne County, Nova Scotia, Canada The island gained some measure of fame as the site of the lighthouse wherein author Evelyn Fox Richardson spent summers with her grandfather and wrote of this experience. Later, its waters off Toot's Point became a favorite haunt for Franklin Delano Roosevelt on boat crossings from his vacation home in Campobello Island, New Brunswick.

Alexander Stoddart
Alexander Stoddart

Alexander "Sandy" Stoddart is a Scottish sculptor, who, since 2008, has been the Queen's Sculptor in Ordinary in Scotland. He works primarily on figurative sculpture in clay within the neoclassical tradition.

Stöd de strejkande hamnarbetarna

Stöd till de strejkande hamnarbetarna is an album by Swedish folk artists in support to harbour strike in 1974 in Gothenburg, Sweden. Fred Åkerström sings three songs on this album and the famous actor Sven Wollter sings a song about members of parliament.

Stoddart Group

The Stoddart Group is a stratigraphical unit of Mississippian to Early Pennsylvanian age in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin. It takes the name from the Stoddart Creek, a creek that flows into Charlie Lake north of Fort St.

Stoddert, Virginia

Stoddert is an unincorporated community in Cumberland County, in the U.S. state of Virginia.

Stoddartsville Historic District
Stoddartsville Historic District

Stoddartsville Historic District is a national historic district located at Buck Township, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. The district includes 36 contributing buildings, 14 contributing sites, and 1 contributing structure in the 19th century milling and transportation center of Stoddartsville.

Stoddart Publishing

Stoddart Publishing was a major Canadian book publisher and distributor, owned by Jack Stoddart, which ceased operations in 2002.

Stoddert

Stoddert may refer to:

Stodderkonge

A Stodderkonge was an official in Denmark and Norway during the 16th to 19th centuries who was appointed to supervise the beggars within a town or city quarter. Only beggars with begging permits were allowed to beg and it was the Stodderkonge's responsibility to ensure that those without a permit were chased out of town or placed to work in the prison.These 'beggar kings' were sometimes unpopular, as beggars were considered to be scroungers.