Lapps


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n. pl.1.(Ethnol.) A branch of the Mongolian race, now living in the northern parts of Norway, Sweden, and the adjacent parts of Russia.
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I don't know if she wore skins, but she was a Lapps all right, and his folks felt dreadful about it.
I guess that's what's the matter with me; they say Lapp blood will out.
There must be something mighty taking about the Lapp girls, though; mother says the Norwegians up North are always afraid their boys will run after them.
It is hoped to upgrade the triangular park across the road, at the end of the South Mall, and develop a small urban park on the river side of Lapps Quay, facing the bank.
Another book with even more about the migration routes and different districts came out in 1953: The Nomadism of the Swedish Mountain Lapps by Ernst Manker, director of the Sami department at the Nordiska Museum in Stockholm.
Damson further strengthened their promotion chances with an excellent win against Lapps (7-3).
His use and abuse of the Lapps, his intense self-promotion, and the futility of so many of his scientific ventures makes him a rather strange scientific model.
If you watched the 1994 Winter Olympics, you saw Lapps in action.
Lapps are courteous and helpful, and "kylla' (yes) comes readily with outlanders.
Even minor defects can reduce the trade-in value of a car, or can become a big expense when a leased vehicle is turned in," said David Lapps, president of Maaco Collision Repair & Auto Painting.
FINAL MEETING IN THE MATTER OF ASBESTAWAY LIMITED (IN VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION) AND IN THE MATTER OF THE COMPANIES' ACTS 1963-2013 Notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 263(2) of the Companies Act 1963 that a General Meeting of the above mentioned Company will be held at 4th Floor, 5 Lapps Quay, Cork on 5 December 2014 at 11.
Living among the indigenous Lapps,he follows their lives and recounts their traditions.