Definition funny of Kreisel:

urbana woman who has the art of insanity wrapped up inside her.

urbanWhoa! that girl's outta control. Yep, she's a kreisel.


Songs about Kreisel:

songs10 Klavierstucke: No. 6. Der Kreisel by Ira Maria Witoschynskyj from the Album Schelb: Klavierstücke zu 2 und 4 Händen

songsAbandonned Scooter (Kreisel Remix) by Slop from the Album Detroid Underground Techno Sound

songsAbandonned Scooter (Kreisel Remix) by Slop from the Album Technocracy 005

songsAbandonned Scooter (Kreisel Remix) by Slop from the Album Spaceship Troopers

songsAtemporal (Kreisel Remix) by Luke Garcia from the Album Atemporal

songsBandy (Kreisel Remix) by Sj Geffry from the Album Bandy

songsBorder (Kreisel Remix) by Marc B from the Album Border Remixes


Books about Kreisel:

booksDreaming of Elsewhere: Observations on Home (Henry Kreisel Lecture) by Esi Edugyan and Marina Endicott (Apr 1, 2014)

booksDear Sir, I Intend to Burn Your Book: An Anatomy of a Book Burning (Henry Kreisel Memorial Lecture) by Lawrence Hill and Ted Bishop (Mar 15, 2013)

booksKreisel: Webster's Timeline History, 1856 - 2007 by Icon Group International (May 14, 2010)

booksThe Old Lost Land of Newfoundland: Family, Memory, Fiction, and Myth (Henry Kreisel Lecture) by Wayne Johnston (Mar 1, 2009)

booksSasquatch at Home: Traditional Protocols & Modern Storytelling (Henry Kreisel Lecture Series) by Eden Robinson (Mar 1, 2011)

booksImagining Ancient Women (Henry Kreisel Lecture Series) by Annabel Lyon (Feb 1, 2012)

booksKreisel: Theorie und Anwendungen (German Edition) by K. Magnus (Nov 14, 2012)


Wiki information Kreisel:


Kreisel is the name of a turn found on six bobsleigh, luge, and skeleton tracks around the world. This is a turn that moves the bobsled, luge, or skeleton around between 270 and 320 degrees around the circumference of the circle. There are six...

Georg Kreisel
Mathematician, Person, Author

Georg Kreisel FRS is an Austrian-born mathematical logician who has studied and worked in Great Britain and America. Kreisel came from a Jewish background; his family sent him to England before the Anschluss, where he studied mathematics at Trinity...