Why is Harveld B the ruler of Norway?
He isn't -someone is pulling your leg.
Norway is a constitutional monarchy, by the constitution the King is the ruler of the country, for the moment that is King Harald the fifth. However, his power is mostly ceremonial. The prime minister of Norway is Jens Stoltenberg, and he his the de facto leader
The ruler of Norway
Norway and Sweden were at one time united as were Norway and Denmark.
Sweyn Forkbeard, 1013-14 (king of Denmark 986/7-1014 and Norway 999-1014) Canute, 1016-1035 (also king of Denmark 1018-35 and Norway 1028-35)
Cnut the Great, born 990 AD Denmark and died 1035 in England
King Haakon , but he and the Norwegian government fled to England and in his place the Nazi stooge Vidkun Quisling (a traitor) was nominally in charge but Norway was really controlled by the German Nazi Josef Terboven .
a. absolute monarchy - the ruler rules by divine right b. limited monarchy - the ruler rules in accordance with a constitution
The question I see asks to choose between A. microscope; B. metric ruler; C. funnel; D. graduated cylinder. B. Metric ruler seems to be the obvious choice
He is the military representative to NATO from Norway
Harry is old English, meaning "Army-man." It also shares roots with Harold, with in Norse means "Army-ruler." it also shares roots with Henry, which means "estate ruler." Henry is Norman. given those shared roots, Harry is usually said to mean "home ruler." so, Harry is Norse, then the name was passed down in to Old English, and to Norway.
B ecause the old thane of cawdor help NORWAY in the last battle between Scotland and Norway
Fortinbras uncle is the brother of Old Fortinbras (the father to the Fortinbras in the play), who was killed by Old Hamlet before the play begins. He, Fortinbras uncle, is the current ruler of Norway, and as such is often refered to as "Norway." In Shakespeare's text, all of the action involving this uncle happens off-stage, hence he is not a listed character.
Margaret I of Denmark, Norway and Sweden (DK: Margrete I) was never given the title of King (which would have been linguistic nonsense) or Queen (which would not make her the ruler), but various titles (in Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, Latin) basically meaning ruler/mistress/lady.
Erland B Storsveen was born on July 27, 1983, in Lillehammer, Oppland, Norway.
In 31 B Antony, Cleopatra and Octavian went to war. Octavian won and became the sole ruler of the Roman empire. Antony and Cleopatra both committed suicide.
To be a ruler and a leader ! ~ Richelyne B. :)
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the name erika came from Scandinavia, and means "ever powerful ruler." many people think it is latin, but my name is erica and i am indeed Scandinavian. Scandinavia is the region in Europe which is formed by Sweden, Finland, and Norway.
I have heard that Hardrada means hard ruler, this gives you an idea of why he deserved to be king of Norway! I know this is short but I hope it helps! This was not my answer so I would like to give credit to 'Bahoonies' on Yahoo answers!
absolute power of the ruler
nenu cheppa B: Norge in norwegian and Norway in English
There is no set length for a ruler, as they are produced in various sizes. The more common sizes are 15 cm, 30 cm and 100 cm There are two main methods to see what size your ruler is; a) Find another one that is longer than your own and measure the the length of yours using that one b) Look at the scale on your own ruler. The largest number there indicates the length.
there is only 1 ruler so it would b easier to mak desigons
Can you locate any tab stops that have been inserted into a document by looking at the horizontal ruler?
If you look at the ruler you will see any tabs that have been manually set, as they will be on the ruler. Default tabs are shown below the ruler.
When Napoleon lost the war, the king was forced to cede Norway to the king of Sweden. The Storting would propose laws to reduce the king's power or to assert (259,563 to 69,264) to keep the monarchy instead of establishing a republic.
Why will the ruler break if the ruler is over lapping a table and the half is covered by a newspaper and the other end will be hit why did the ruler break?
the ruler broke because air pressure was pushing down on the ruler and was on top of it causing the ruler to break instead of the newspaper the ruler broke because air pressure was pushing down on the ruler and was on top of it causing the ruler to break instead of the newspaper the ruler broke because air pressure was pushing down on the ruler and was on top of it causing the ruler… Read More
it's eather A. the Republic of Ireland B. Norway C. the United States D.Iceland
It's food from norway! B) eat "lapskaus", "lutefisk" and "kjøttboller i brun saus" my friend!
Whaling Season 1986/87 - Norway - 379 1987/88 - Norway - 373 1990/91 - Norway - 5 1991/92 - Norway - 1 1992/93 - Norway - 95 1993/94 - Norway - 226 1994/95 - Norway - 280 1995/96 - Norway - 218 1996/97 - Norway - 388 1997/98 - Norway - 503 1998/99 - Norway - 625 1999/00 - Norway - 591 2000/01 - Norway - 487 2001/02 - Norway - 552 2002/03 - Norway… Read More
Ruler Postulate The ruler postulate states that: Every point on a line can be paired with a real number. The number associated with a point A on the line is called the coordinate of A. Two arbitrary points can be paired with the numbers 0 and 1, defining the length of a unit. The distance between any two points <var>A</var> and <var>B</var> is designated AB. The distance between two points A and B can be… Read More
she is the best ruler because she loves Canadian bacon.
A run out side and scream rape at the top of your lunges B stop typing and defend yourself
British ruler, japan ruler, German ruler
There is no such thing as a "world capital of Norway." The capital (or "national capital") of Norway is Oslo.
Norway is a Scandinavian country. Or Norway is in Scandinavia.
no norway is not like america, its like norway!
Norway have both a king and a queen. King Harald V of Norway and Queen Sonja of Norway.
Norway have both a queen and a king, King Harald V of Norway and Queen Sonja of Norway.
A metric ruler is 30 cm in length. This type of ruler is commonly called a metric foot ruler because it is similar in length to a one foot ruler.
King Harald Hardrada of Norway's claim to the English throne 1066. Harald ruled Norway with his nephew Mangus, in 1042 Mangus made a pact with Harthacut [ the Danish ruler of England ] since neither of them had heirs, they each promised their kingdom to the other in the event of his death. a war for the rule of Denmark. So Edward [the Confessor] became the King of England. He ruled for 23 years, and… Read More
For a small ruler . There are 15 cm in 1 ruler. wheras a big ruler has 30 cm in a ruler.
On a 30cm ruler you can't get it exactly, you need a higher tech ruler which has the markings of 2.54cm. If you have a normal ruler you have to estimate.
ruler/governor = gobernante ruler (for measuring) = regla
yes it is, it's a inclined plane b/c inclined plane is a flat, sloped surface
No; he was the ruler.
Norway Oslo is in the country of Norway. Oslo is the capital of Norway. Oslo is the hub of trade, banking, shipping and industry in Norway, also it is the economic and governmental centre of Norway.
The address of the Norway Historical Society is: 471 Main Streeet, Norway, ME 04268
The address of the Norway Public Library is: 108 Railroad St, Norway, 52318 0007
The address of the Norway Memorial Library is: 258 Main Street, Norway, 04268 1418