(Mär·ta) Bir·git [mahr-tah bir-git; English mahr-tuh-bur-git], /ˈmɑr tɑ ˈbɪr gɪt; English ˈmɑr tə ˈbɜr gɪt/, 1918–2005, Swedish soprano.
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How to use Nilsson in a sentence
Nilsson’s “Tissue Series” uses paper tissue to depict human tissue in its many shades of pink and red, from the brain to the female thorax.
Nilsson notes that the financial pressures having been put on many companies over the past year has necessitated their relocation from expensive bases like metro London.‘Location-based identity is no longer valid’: Firms say remote working has eroded geographical barriers | Jessica Davies | March 22, 2021 | Digiday
(The diligent folks from law enforcement also erased Nilsson's film).
Kerstin Nilsson and Mats Berg run a quaint horse farm about 40 minutes from the hotel called Ofelas.
Mr. Nilsson has always maintained the highest standards in the line which he handles.Lyman's History of old Walla Walla County, Vol. 2 (of 2) | William Denison Lyman
Vieuxtemps also visited America in 1870, with the celebrated singer Christine Nilsson.Famous Violinists of To-day and Yesterday | Henry C. Lahee
Nilsson—the lady who would appear on the stage at the beginning of the opera, wearing a pink dress.
Patti, although previously she had been contented with 80; and it was ultimately arranged that she should have more than Nilsson.
Nilsson's contract for the ensuing year; in fact, she declined altogether to discuss the matter with me.
British Dictionary definitions for Nilsson
Birgit (ˈbirɡit). 1918–2006, Swedish operatic soprano
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