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aland

(əˈlænd)
adj
archaic to land, on land, ashore
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Translations
AlandyÅlandy
Åland
Ahvenanmaa
ÁlandÁlandseyjar
Åland
Åland
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The Aaland Islands had already petitioned the Russians to secede from Finland and join Sweden.
The aaland area to be developed in the Kendal Industrial Park is 581 hectares worth Rp1.34 trillion.
the Aaland Islands' desire to secede from Finland, wherein it
(5) Soviet security concerns extended to the sea as well, and their military planners eyed the Baltic islands --particularly the Aaland archipelago.
Skorodinsky pitched the idea to Ophelia's Place program coordinator River Aaland, and, upon receiving approval, began planning for the group.
local time (1400 GMT) south of the Aaland islands, located in the Baltic Sea between Finland and Sweden.
In the first years after the war, the League was involved in solving and unsolving of numerous political and military conflicts: the dispute between Finland and Sweden for the island of Aaland, the invasion by Poland of Lithuania's capital, Vilna, in 1920 the annexation by Italy of the Greek island of Corfu and the free city Fiume, the military conflicts between Poland and Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria and Greece, Turkey and Greece, Greece and Albania.
two expert commissions with determining the status of the Aaland