Dennis Rommedahl Birthday, Date of Birth

Dennis Rommedahl

Dennis Rommedahl (born 22 July 1978) is a Danish former footballer who played as a right winger. The second-most capped national player for Denmark, he appeared in 126 matches and scored 21 goals for his country, and was a member of the Danish squads at the 2002 World Cup, Euro 2004, the 2010 World Cup and Euro 2012. He was nominated for Danish Footballer of the Year in 2007, but did not win the award until 2010.

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Birthday, Date of Birth
Saturday, July 22, 1978
Place of Birth
Copenhagen
Age
43
Star Sign

The July 22, 1978 was a Saturday under the star sign of . It was the 202 day of the year. President of the United States was Jimmy Carter.

If you were born on this day, you are 43 years old. Your last birthday was on the Thursday, July 22, 2021, 2 days ago. Your next birthday is on Friday, July 22, 2022, in 362 days. You have lived for 15,708 days, or about 376,995 hours, or about 22,619,754 minutes, or about 1,357,185,284 seconds.

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22nd of July 1978 News

News as it appeared on the front page of the New York Times on July 22, 1978

Books of The Times Inside the Eye's News; Focus on Recent Years One Strong Reservation

Date: 22 July 1978

By LES BROWN

Les BROWN

Les Brown revs Gary Paul Gates book Air Time. The Inside Story of CBS News; Gates por (M)

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Police Harassment of Daily News Drivers Reported; 'A Precautionary Thing'

Date: 22 July 1978

Police Comr Robert J McGuire says incidents of police officers' harassing NY Daily News delivery truck drivers have been reptd; says he has directed dept comdrs to investigate thoroughly and take 'immediate disciplinary action' where warranted; Sgt Edward Burns says McGuire's statement was 'precautionary thing' (S)

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Post Joins With Times and News In Setting Deadline for Pressmen

Date: 22 July 1978

NY Post joins NY Times and Daily News in setting Aug 8 deadline for new contract with Printing Pressmen's Union Local 2 (S)

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WHITES IN RHODESIA SHAKEN BY SCANDAL; Officials Are Charged in Diversion of Vast Funds Meant for War Against Black Guerrillas Smith's Support Sagging Cover-Up Charged

Date: 23 July 1978

By JOHN F. BURNS Special to The New York Times

John BURNS

Govt reptdly took unusual steps to hush up disclosure of some high-ranking mil officers' involvement in plan to divert arms-buying funds to private use; strict censorship imposed, but some details have been published in South African press and spread by word of mouth throughout Rhodesia (S)

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Talmadge Asserts Paper Is Trying to Destroy Him

Date: 23 July 1978

Sen Herman Talmadge issues 1,700-word lr accusing Atlanta Const of trying to 'destroy' him; in lr, published in Const, calls recent repts by newspaper on his financial dealings 'careless reptg based on innuendo and half-truths' (S)

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Russia Views Foreigners With Envy And Fear

Date: 23 July 1978

By DAVID K. SHIPLER

David SHIPLER

D K Shipler on Soviet charges against Whitney

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Pathologist at Jascalevich Trial Ties 3 Patients' Deaths to Curare; 'Death Was Homicidal'

Date: 22 July 1978

By DAVID BIRD Special to The New York Times

David Special

jury in trial of Dr Jascalevich is excused until July 25 because ct will consider on July 24 contempt case against Farber; attys for Warner Communications Inc moved to quash subpoena that had been served on co by defense, seeking to obtain any documents co had on Jascalevich case as result of dealings with Farber; defense says it wants to find out if Farber has already compromised confidentiality of any sources in contracting for book or film rights on story of Jascalevich case (S)

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Follow-Up on the News; Polish Interpreter Self-Expose The Mayoral Life

Date: 23 July 1978

RICHARD HAITCH

Richard HAITCH

Follow-up on the news column notes that Mayor Koch said on Jan 8 '78 that he would continue to live in his Greenwich Village apartment and use Gracie Mansion only for official entertainment and meetings; Koch press sec Alice McGillion repts Koch is living at mansion and spending weekends at his apartment; Koch said in Nov '77 that he had no intention of changing his life style as Mayor and would continue to use buses and subways; McGillion repts that Koch uses chauffered city car to get to work, but does take subway often during day for apptmts; adds that most people call Koch 'Ed,' as he had hoped they would (S)

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News Summary; International National Metropolitan

Date: 23 July 1978

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News Summary; International National Metropolitan

Date: 22 July 1978

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