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Krishanti Kumaraswamy Krishanti Kumaraswamy, also spelled Krishanthi Kumaraswamy, was a minority Tamil girl in Sri Lanka who was raped and murdered in September 1996, and who was a cause celebre of the Sri Lanka civil war because of this. She was a high school student of Chundukuli Girls College.
Krishna Datt Krishna Datt, last name sometimes spelt as Dutt, is a Fijian politician of Indian descent. Born in Labasa, Vanua Levu in 1944, Datt served as Principal of Suva Grammar School, where he participated in the national teachers' strikes in 1985, which launched his political career with the Fiji Labour Party.
Krishna G Palepu Krishna G Palepu is the Ross Graham Walker Professor of Business Administration and Senior Associate Dean for International Development, at the Harvard Business School. has a Masters degree in Physics from Andhra University, India, a Post Graduate Diploma in Management from the Indian Institute of Management and a Ph D from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Krishna Chandra Bhattacharya Krishna Chandra Bhattacharya (May 12, 1875 - December 11, 1949) was a philosopher at Calcutta University who studied one of the central questions of Hindu philosophy, which is how mind, life or consciousness creates an apparently material universe.
Krishna Janmaashtami Krishna Janmaashtami (Devanagari ŕ¤•ŕĄŕ¤·ŕĄŤŕ¤Ł ŕ¤śŕ¤¨ŕĄŤŕ¤®ŕ¤ľŕ¤·ŕĄŤŕ¤źŕ¤®ŕĄ€) , also known as "Krishnaashtami", "Gokulaashtami", "Srikrishna Jayanti", "Sree Jayanthi" or sometimes merely as "Janmaashtami", is a Hindu festival celebrating the birth of Krishna, the eighth avatar (incarnation) of Vishnu.
Krishna Kanta Handique Krishna Kanta Handique (Xondikoi) was born on the 20th of July, 1898 in Jorhat town. He was a scholar of singular distinction, a pioneer Indologists and philanthropist whose life epitomized an era marked by sacrifice and diligence.
Krishna Kumari Rajmata Krishna Kumari is last reigning Maharani of Marwar-Jodhpur (1947-1949) aState of Rathores. After the death of her husband Late Maharaja Hanuwant Singh ji, she was Regent for son, Maharaja Gaj Singh II .
Krishna Maharaj Krishna Maharaj (born January 26, 1939) is a Trinidad and Tobago-born British businessman and brother of Ramesh Maharaj, former Attorney General of Trinidad and Tobago. In 1987 he was convicted by a Florida court for the murder of two men, and was sentenced to death.
Krishna Mohan Banerjee Krishna Mohan Banerjee () (1813-1885) (also referred to as Rev. Krishnamohan Bandopadhyay) was a prominent member of Henry Louis Vivian Derozioâ€™s (1808-1831) Young Bengal group, educationist, linguist and Christian missionary.
Krishna Murari Moghe Krishna Murari Moghe (born 2 December, 1947) is a member of the 14th Lok Sabha of India. He represents the Khargone constituency of Madhya Pradesh and is a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) political party.
Krishna Pal Krishna Pal (born Calcutta 1764- died 1822) was the first Indian convert to Christianity due to the missionary activity of William Carey and co-workers, the founder of the Baptist Missionary Society. After conversion, and baptism in the River Ganges in December 1800, he renounced his caste.
Krishna Prasad Krishna Prasad is a Fijian politician of Indian descent, who held the Nadi Open Constituency in the House of Representatives for the Fiji Labour Party in the parliamentary election of 2001. Initial results showed him losing the seat by 82 votes to Prem Singh of the National Federation Party, but on 8 February 2002, Judge Anthony Gates ruled that more than a thousand votes, most of them for Prasad, had been wrongly disqualified.
Krishna River The River Krishna (meaning "dark" (feminine) in Sanskrit, also called as Krishnaveni, is one of the longest rivers of India (about 1300 km in length). It originates at Mahabaleswar in Maharashtra and meets the sea in the Bay of Bengal at Hamasaladeevi in Andhra Pradesh.
Krishna Saraswat Krishna Saraswat is a professor of electrical engineering at Stanford University in the United States. In May 2002, he was recognised for his work on dielectric science and technology, being awarded the Thomas D.
Krishna Venta Krishna Venta - minor California cult leader born Francis Herman Pencovic in San Francisco on March 29, 1911. Venta founded the WKFL (Wisdom, Knowledge, Faith and Love) Fountain of the World cult in Simi Valley, California in the late 1940s.
Krishnadevaraya Krishnadevaraya (Kannada: ŕ˛¶ŕłŤŕ˛°ŕł€ ŕ˛•ŕłŕ˛·ŕłŤŕ˛Łŕ˛¦ŕł‡ŕ˛µŕ˛°ŕ˛ľŕ˛Ż, Telugu:ŕ°¶ŕ±Ťŕ°°ŕ±€ŕ°•ŕ±ŕ°·ŕ±Ťŕ°Łŕ°¦ŕ±‡ŕ°µŕ°°ŕ°ľŕ°Ż;) (1509-1529 CE) was the most famous king of Vijayanagar empire. He presided over the empire at its zenith.
Krishnajanmabhoomi Krishnajanmabhoomi, which means 'the birth-place of Krishna', is a temple built on the birthplace of Krishna (an avatar of God Vishnu) in Mathura, India. It is believed that Lord Krishna was born here in a cell of a prison, which once stood there.
Krishnamacharya's yoga Krishnamacharya can be credited as "the father of modern yoga". The origins of yoga itself are obscure in ancient history and are estimated as being somewhere between 4,000 and 8,000 years ago, but it is clear that until Krishnamacharya's era (1888 to 1989 CE) yoga was practiced mainly by a small group of ascetics who tended to live in caves, removed from society.
Krishnology Krishnology (also spelled Krishnaology) is an academic neo-logism. It is a scholastic vehicle for placing theological discourse concerning Lord Krishna, within the context of Vaishnava Theology, and claims to be a specific area of the latter.
Krisis Groupe Krisis, or the Krisis-Gruppe was formed in 1986 as a "theoretical forum for a radical critique of capitalist society." Its members include Robert Kurz, Roswitha Scholz, Nobert Trenkle, Ernst Lohoff, Achim Bellgart and Franz Schandl.
Kriss Donald Kriss Donald (4 July 1988 â€“ 16 March 2004) was a Scottish fifteen-year-old who was kidnapped and murdered in Glasgow in 2004. Five British Asian men were later found guilty of racially-motivated violence; those convicted of murder were all sentenced to life imprisonment.
Krisspy Krisspy is a well-known Dominican Merenguero who has appeared on a number of compilations, including 100% Dominicano: La Nueva Sangre del Reggaeton and Bachata Tipico, both of which have received international acclaim. He has also performed with Ingco Crew, a prominent Domican reggaeton group, and Aguakate, another bachatero himself.
Krist Novoselic Krist Anthony Novoselic (born May 16, 1965) is an American rock musician best known as the bassist for Nirvana. Apart from his musical endeavors, Novoselic has been active politically, including the creation of the political action committee JAMPAC.
Krista Thompson Krista Thompson (born June 15, 1972 in Chatham, New Brunswick) is a former field hockey goalkeeper from Canada, who earned a total number of 19 international caps for the Canadian National Team during her career. She was a student (Master's Degree) at the University of Victoria, and assistant coach of that university team.
Krista Vendy Krista Vendy is an Australian actress and model who played teacher Teresa "Tess" Bell on the Australian soap opera Neighbours from 1999-2001. She is the cousin of Kristian Schmid, and was managed by Scott Michaelson, both of whom are past Neighbours stars.
Kristal-Astro Kristal-ASTRO, formed on January 24, 2000, is the sole operator of Brunei's multi-channel pay-television service. The company is a joint-venture between Kristal Sdn Bhd and Malaysia's MEASAT Broadcast Network Systems Sdn Bhd.
Kristall Weissbier German filtered wheat beer, popular in the South and South-East of Germany, also known in other parts of Germany as Kristallweizen. This beer has a strong, fresh, crisp, sparkling taste, and is often served with a slice of lemon on the rim of the glass, or in the glass.
Kristallnacht Kristallnacht, also known as Reichskristallnacht (the Nazi term), Novemberpogrome, Pogromnacht, Crystal Night and the Night of Broken Glass, was a pogrom"'German Mobs' Vengeance on Jews," The Daily Telegraph, November 11, 1938, cited in Gilbert, Martin. Kristallnacht: Prelude to Destruction.
Kristang language PapiĂˇ Kristang ("Christian language"), or just Kristang, is a creole language. It is spoken by the Kristang, a community of people of mixed Portuguese and Asian ancestry, chiefly in Malacca (Malaysia) and Singapore.
Kristaq Antoniu Kristaq Antoniu (also known as Cristache Antoniu in Romanian) (December 25, 1907â€”March 17, 1979) was an Albanian and Romanian operetta tenor, baritone, and actor. He was a People's Artist of the People's Republic of Albania.
Kristeen Von Hagen Kristeen Von Hagen (born 1976 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada) is a comedian and actor best known for her appearances on such Canadian television shows She's so Funny, The Dish Show, Single's Court, Zero Avenue, The Green Room and Comedy Now!. She opened for the Australian genital origami troupe Puppetry of the Penis in 2001, and commented "I walk out, welcome people to the show, explain that I don't have a penis but I'm there to get them excited about the penises.
Kristeligt Forbund for Studerende Kristeligt Forbund for Studerende (KFS) is a Danish Christian student movement, founded in 1956. KFS is a member of the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students (IFES), but unlike most IFES-members, KFS is officially Lutheran, not interdenominational.
Kristen (typeface) Kristen is a font family consisting of two fonts designed by George Ryan for the International Typeface Corporation (ITC). It was inspired by a handwritten menu at a Cambridge, Massachusetts restaurant, and has an organic structure suggesting a child's handwriting.
Kristen Blake Kristen Blake is a fictional villainess on the soap opera Days of our Lives. Although raised by villain Stefano DiMera after the death of her parents (her mother was later discovered to be alive and well), Kristen and Peter were never legally adopted by him.
Kristen Breitweiser Kristen Breitweiser is a lawyer and one of the Jersey Girls, four women from New Jersey who were widowed when their husbands were killed in the September 11, 2001 attacks and subsequently researched the policy and intelligence failures that led up to the attacks. She was instrumental in bringing the 9/11 Commission into existence.
Kristen Forrester Dominguez Kristen Forrester Dominguez is a fictional character in the CBS soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful. Actress Teri Ann Linn played the role from the show's premiere in 1987 until 1990 (and briefly returned in 1992, 1993 and 1994) and was replaced in 2001 by Tracy Lindsey Melchior.
Kristen Gilbert Kristen Gilbert (born 1967 as Kristen Strickland) is an American serial killer who was convicted for three first-degree murders, 1 second-degree murder, and 2 attempted murders of patients admitted for care at the VAMC ("Veteran's Affairs Medical Center") in Northampton, Massachusetts. She killed her patients by injecting them with epinephrine, causing them to have heart attacks.
Kristen Meadows Kristen Meadows (born January 7, 1957 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA) is an actress who has appeared in such daytime tv soap operas as One Life to Live as Mimi King from 1979 to 1986 and Santa Barbara as Victoria Lane Capwell from 1986 to 1989.
Kristen Parker Kristen Parker is a fictional character from the A Nightmare on Elm Street series of films. She was portrayed by Patricia Arquette in A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors and by the singer-actress Tuesday Knight in A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master.
Kristen Pontisso Kristen Pontisso (nee Horner) is a Toronto area sketch comedian and actress. She was a member of the troupes Rocket-9 and Gazebo Pals, and as an actress won the 2006 Best Supporting Actress Award from the Association of Community Theatres of Central Ontario for her performance as "Caterina" in the Oakville production of Vinci.
Kristen Silverberg Kristen Silverberg is the Assistant Secretary of State for International Organizations for the United States government. She is in charge of the Bureau of International Organization Affairs, a part of the State Department.
Kristen Taunton Kristen Taunton (born June 27, 1977 in Richmond, British Columbia) is a former field hockey forward from Canada, who earned a total number of 99 international caps for the Canadian Women's National Team during her career.
Krister Hammarbergh Krister Hammarbergh, born in 1963, is a Swedish politician of the Moderate Party and has been a member of the Riksdag from Norrbotten County since 2004. Earlier, he was an opposition politician in LuleĂĄ Municipality.
Krister Nordin Hans Krister Nordin (born 25 February 1968) is a Swedish former professional football (soccer) player, who played the bulk of his career with Swedish club AIK Fotboll in the Allsvenskan championship. He played two matches for the Sweden national under-21 football team.
Kristi Angus Kristi Angus (born in Kelowna, British Columbia) is an actress who has appeared mostly in episodic roles in TV series such as The Twilight Zone, Earth: Final Conflict, Total Recall 2070 or Millennium. Kristi Angus also played supporting roles in feature films, e.
Kristi Brooks Kristi Brooks is the author of VisionÂ˛, a science fiction novel, various short stories, and columns for local publications. She is noted for her blending of genres, often merging elements of sci-fi, fantasy, and horror in her stories.
Kristi Gannon Kristi Gannon (born April 13, 1982 in Escondido, California) is a field hockey defence and midfield player from the United States, who made her international senior debut for the Women's National Team in 2001. She's a student of the University of Michigan.
Kristi Harrower Kristi Harrower (born March 4, 1975 in Bendigo, Victoria) is an Australian professional basketball player, who twice (2000 and 2004) won the silver medal with the Australian Women's Team at the Summer Olympics. She played in the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) from 1998 - 2005 for the Phoenix Mercury and Minnesota Lynx.
Kristi language Kristi is the language of some 1,000 Christians in an isolated area around the village of Korlai in Raigad District of Maharashtra state, India. More commonly, the language is known as Korlai Creole Portuguese, Korlai Portuguese, or No Ling our language, in the language itself.
Kristi Lee Kristi Lee (real name: Theresa ReneĂ© Ritz) (born July 17, 1960) is the longtime News Director of the nationally syndicated Bob & Tom Show and is responsible for delivering newscasts of various headlines (which are often used for humorous takeoffs) during the show. Kristi often hosts or participates in Bob and Tom Radio: The Comedy Tour shows.
Kristi Myst Kristi Myst (born on December 25, 1973, Solvang, California) is an actress best known for her work in pornographic films. Note that there are conflicting dates for her year of birth - the IMDB lists it as 1973, the IAFD lists it as 1974, and a fan website lists it as being 1976.
Kristi Yamaoka Kristi Yamaoka (born 1987) is an American cheerleader and current student at Southern Illinois University from Springfield, Illinois. On Sunday, March 5, 2006 she fell off of a human pyramid during a cheerleading performance in a game between Southern Illinois and Bradley University at the Scottrade Center in St.
Kristian Ayre Kristian Ayre (born November 19, 1977) is a Canadian actor perhaps best known for his portrayal of Radu from the children's science fiction show Space Cases. He has starred in a variety of films in the 1990s, namely Andre (1994), Bye Bye Birdie, a 1995 TV movie, as well as The New Ghostwriter Mysteries (1997) and Nothing Too Good for a Cowboy (1998).
Kristian Birkeland Kristian Birkeland (December 13, 1867 - June 15, 1917) was born in Christiania (Oslo today) and wrote his first scientific paper at the age of 18. He organized several expeditions to Norway's high-latitude regions where he established a network of observatories under the auroral regions to collect magnetic field data.
Kristian Blak Kristian Blak, born 1947 and originally from Denmark, is living in the Faroe Islands where he is an important composer, musician, and record executive. He is the founder of the folk band Yggdrasil (named after the World tree Yggdrasil).
Kristian Bush Kristian Bush (born March 14, 1970) is a singer/songwriter. Kristian was born in Knoxville, Tennessee He is the guitar/mandolin player, singer and songwriter of the Grammy-nominated country music duo Sugarland.
Kristian Donaldson Kristian Donaldson (born July 9, 1980 in Miami, Florida), sometimes simply credited as "Kristian", is a comic book artist and designer based in Dallas, Texas. His works include Doomed, Forsaken, and Supermarket with Brian Wood.
Kristian Gravenor Kristian Gravenor is a Montreal news reporter and city columnist who has written over a thousand articles about the city for a variety of magazines and newspapers, starting with a column in the Westmount Examiner which he wrote at age 16. He has since written a variety of news stories for magazines ranging from Canadian Business to Saturday Night.
Kristian Gullichsen Kristian Gullichsen (born 29th September 1932, Helsinki) is a Finnish architect. He is the son of Harry Gullichsen, managing director of the AhlstrĂ¶m company (a wood-processing company) in Noormarkku, Finland, and Maire Gullichsen, artist, art collector, founder of the Free art School in Helsinki (1935) and founding member (with among others Alvar Aalto, Aino Aalto and Nils-Gustav Hahl) of the Artek furniture company.
Kristian House Kristian House (6 October 1979) is a versatile rider who is equally at home on the road or track. He is hugely experienced and has posted top-level results on the continent, in Australia and in the UK and has represented Great Britain on the road and in the pretigious World Cup track events.
Kristian Johansson Kristian Johannson was Norwegian ski jumper who competed in the late 1920's and early 1930's. He won two ski jumping medals at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships with one gold (1934) and and one silver (1929).
Kristian KrekoviÄ‡ Kristian KrekoviÄ‡ (1901 - 1985), was an outstanding Croatian artist, born in the village of Koprivna near Tuzla in Bosnia Herzegovina, in the family of forester from Croatian region of Lika, and died in Palma de Mallorca.
Kristian Kudroc Kristian Kudroc (born May 21, 1981, in Michalovce, Slovakia) is a professional ice hockey defenseman. He was drafted by the New York Islanders as their first-round pick, #28 overall, in the 1999 NHL Entry Draft.
Kristian Luuk Kristian Luuk (born June 14, 1966 in Stockholm to Estonian parents) is a Swedish comedian and talk show-host. A graduate of the Stockholm School of Economics, he is currently working for the TV4 network after previous spells at ZTV and SR public radio.
Kristian Osvald ViderĂ¸ Kristian Osvald ViderĂ¸ (born 1906 in SkĂˇlavĂk, died 1988 in Copenhagen) was a Faroese clergyman, poet and Bible translator. After theological studies in Denmark, he oversaw the completion of a translation of the Old Testament into the Faroese language, which JĂˇkup Dahl had worked on until his death in 1944.
Kristian Ranta Kristian Ranta, also known as Kride, is one of the two guitarists for the Finnish melodic death metal band Norther - best known for their single Released, which entered the Finnish "Top 5". Ranta has played the guitar on the band's four full length albums, the most recent being Till Death Unites Us (2006), and contributed clean vocals to the Solution 7 EP and Till Death Unites Us.
Kristian Rees Kristian Rees (born January 6, 1980 in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia) is an Australian football (soccer) player who plays in the position as a central defender. He currently plays for Adelaide United in the Hyundai A-League.
Kristian von Hornsleth Kristian Hornsleth (1963) is a Danish conceptual artist, who has exhibited in the Stalke Galleri. He is the artist behind the controversial Hornsleth Village Project, wherein 340 Ugandan villagers were paid in livestock to legally change their names to Hornsleth.
Kristian Vigenin Kristian Vigenin (Bulgarian: ĐšŃ€Đ¸ŃŃ‚Đ¸Đ°Đ˝ Đ’Đ¸ĐłĐµĐ˝Đ¸Đ˝; born 12 June 1975 in Sofia) is a Bulgarian politician and Member of the European Parliament. He is a member of the Coalition for Bulgaria, part of the Party of European Socialists, and became an MEP on 1 January 2007 with the accession of Bulgaria to the European Union.
Kristian Zahrtmann Peder Henrik Kristian Zahrtmann, known as Kristian Zahrtmann, (March 31, 1843-June 22, 1917) was a Danish painter. He was a part of the Danish artistic generation in the late 1800s, along with Peder Severin KrĂ¸yer and Theodor Esbern Philipsen, who broke away from both the strictures of traditional Academicism and the heritage of the Golden Age of Danish Painting, in favor of naturalism and realism.
Kristiania In the period 1878â€“1924, Kristiania was the name used for Norway's capital Oslo (having been called Christiania since 1624). According to law of 11 July, 1924, the name was changed to Oslo, effective January 1 1925.
Kristiansand Kristiansand (earlier Christianssand ) is a city and municipality, and the capital of the county of Vest-Agder, Norway. By population, it is the fifth largest city of Norway Statistics Norway, Population statistics.
Kristiansand Gladiators Kristiansand Gladiators is the name of an American football team located in Kristiansand, Norway that competes in the Norway American Football Federation. The team plays its home games at Hellemyra Field in Kristiansand.
Kristiansand Katedralskole Kristiansand Katedralskole (the Cathedral School of Kristiansand), known in Latin as Schola Christiansandensis is the oldest high school along the southern coast of Norway, founded in 1686. The first school was located in the center of the town, near the cathedral.
Kristiansand Raiders The Kristiansand Raiders are an American football team based in Kristiansand, Norway. They are currently members of the Southside Football League (SFL) and former members of the Norway American Football Federation (NoAFF).
Kristianstad Kristianstad is a Swedish city situated at in Scania in southernmost Sweden. It has around 31,000 inhabitants, but including surrounding towns, villages and countryside the Kristianstad Municipality has 75,000 inhabitants.
Kristianstad County Kristianstad County, or Kristianstads lĂ¤n, was a County of Sweden until 1997 when it was merged with MalmĂ¶hus County to create the county of SkĂĄne. The seat of residence for the Governor was in Kristianstad.
Kristiansten Fortress Kristiansten Fortress (old spelling Christiansten Fortress, Kristiansten Festning in Norwegian) is located on a hill east of Trondheim, Norway to protect the city against attack from the east. It was built after the city fire of Trondheim in 1681.
Kristielee Wilcox Kristielee Wilcox (born 1976, in Port Elizabeth, New Jersey) is a professional make-up artist and singer who is remembered for darting across the field at Yankee Stadium and handing Derek Jeter her telephone number in the middle of an opening night 2002 baseball game.
Kristiina Ojuland Kristiina Ojuland (born 17 December 1966 in Kohtla-JĂ¤rve) was the foreign minister of Estonia from 2002 through 2004. In June 2004 she ran for the post of secretary-general of the Council of Europe, but was defeated, receiving only 51 of 299 votes.
Kristin Bengtsson Kristin Bengtsson (born 11 January 1970 in Stockholm) is a women's soccer player who currently plays for DjurgĂĄrden/Ă„lvsjĂ¶. She holds the record for the most capped player in the Swedish women's national team, with 157 caps.
Kristin Brooks Rossell Kristin Brooks Rossell (16 November 1969â€“7 April 1998) likeness is the face of the National Hopeline Network after she committed suicide after suffering from postpartum depression. The hotline came online August 16, 1998 through the efforts of her surviving widower, Reese Butler.
Kristin Eubanks Kristin Eubanks is a professional wrestler better known as Krissy Vaine. She is currently training under a developmental contract in WWE's developmental territory Deep South Wrestling where she is currently the General Manager.
Kristin Hanson Kristin Hanson is an Associate Professor at the University of California at Berkeley Department of English. She specializes in linguistic poetic meter and has completed research on various English, French, Finnish, and Spanish meters.
Kristin Herold Kristin Herold is a model who worked with Playboy in the mid-1990s. She later began acting, and appeared in a number of small roles in low-budget films, including the parody Shriek if You Know What I Did Last Friday the Thirteenth.
Kristin Hersh Kristin Hersh (born August 7, 1966) is a prolific American singer/songwriter who performs solo acoustic concerts; she also has performed as lead singer and guitarist for alternative rock group Throwing Muses and currently leads the hardcore punk-influenced power trio 50 Foot Wave. Her best-known songs are "Your Ghost" and "Bright Yellow Gun", which received national commercial airplay in the mid-1990s.
Kristin Holt Kristin Holt (born August 17, 1981 in Plano, TX) is an entertainment news correspondent and the current host of G4's Cheat!, a television show dedicated to video game cheats and strategies, and also is a substitute host for G4's tentpole shows, Attack of the Show!
Kristin Key Kristin Key (born on September 25 1980) is an American comedian who has appeared at The Improv and on Last Comic Standing. The daughter of a Christian minister, she favors a self-deprecating style of blue humor] in her act.
Kristin Kreuk Kristin Laura Kreuk (born December 30, 1982 in Vancouver, BC) is a Canadian actress. She is known for her roles on the Canadian television series teen soap Edgemont and on the American television series Smallville in which she stars as Clark Kent's star-crossed love Lana Lang.
Kristin Lavransdatter Kristin Lavransdatter is the common name for a trilogy of historical novels written by Nobel laureate Sigrid Undset. The individual novels are Kransen (The Wreath), first published in 1920, Husfrue (Wife), published in 1921, and Korset (The Cross), published in 1922.
Kristin Luker Kristin Luker is a professor of sociology and a professor in the Jurisprudence and Social Policy Program at the Boalt Hall School of Law, at the University of California, Berkeley. She has also been a professor at Princeton University and the University of California, San Diego.
Kristin Scott Thomas Kristin Scott Thomas OBE (born May 24, 1960) is an English actress, born in Redruth, Cornwall and educated at Cheltenham Ladies' College. She was nominated for "Worst New Star" in the 1986 Golden Raspberry Awards for her role in Under The Cherry Moon (and lost).
Kristin Smart Campus Security Act The Kristin Smart Campus Security Act of 1998 is a California state law of that came as a result of the disappearance of Kristin Smart. The law requires all public colleges, and other publicly-funded educational institutions to have their security services have agreements with local police departments about reporting cases involving or possibly involving violence against students, including missing student's.
Kristin StĂ¸rmer Steira Kristin StĂ¸rmer Steira (born April 30, 1981) is a Norwegian cross-country skier who has competed since 2002. She won two medals at the 2005 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships with a gold in the 4 x 5 km and a bronze in the 7.
Kristin Topham Kristin Louise Topham (born April 5, 1973 in Edmonton, Alberta) is a former international freestyle and butterfly swimmer from Canada, who competed for her native country at two Summer Olympics: in the 1988 Seoul Games and in the 1992 Barcelona Games. Her best finish was a sixth place with the 4x100 Medley and Freestyle Relay.
Kristina AxĂ©n Olin Anna Kristina AxĂ©n Olin (born October 21 1962) is a Swedish Moderate Party politician and since 2006 the current Mayor of Stockholm. She also serves as deputy chairman of the party since 2003 and as chairman of the Stockholm County Police Authority.
Kristina Borjesson Kristina Borjesson is an freelance journalist who has won awards for her work in both print and broadcast media. She edited a collection of essays, Into the Buzzsaw: Leading Journalists Expose the Myth of a Free Press (2002), for which she wrote a chapter detailing her investigation of the TWA Flight 800 crash.
Kristina Cousins Kristina Cousins (nĂ©e Lenko) (born October 4, 1980 in Saskatchewan, Canada) is a professional ice dancer. As Kristina Lenko, she competed internationally for Canada with Danny Moir before turning professional.
Kristina Curry Rogers Kristina A. Curry Rogers is a graduate of the State University of New York at Stony Brook in New York, and currently Curator of Paleontology at the Science Museum of Minnesota and Visiting Assistant Pofessor in Geology at Macalester College.