Bothnia


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Both·ni·a

 (bŏth′nē-ə), Gulf of
An arm of the Baltic Sea between Sweden and Finland. It is icebound for nearly half the year.

Bothnia

(ˈbɒθnɪə)
n
(Placename) Gulf of Bothnia an arm of the Baltic Sea, extending north between Sweden and Finland

Both•ni•a

(ˈbɒθ ni ə)

n. Gulf of,
an arm of the Baltic Sea, extending N between Sweden and Finland. ab. 400 mi. (645 km) long.
Both′ni•an, adj., n.
Both′nic, adj.
Translations

Bothnia

[ˈbɒθnɪə] N Gulf of BothniaGolfo m de Botnia

Bothnia

n Gulf of BothniaBottnischer Meerbusen
References in classic literature ?
Yet he might have united them to his empire and in a single reign would have extended Russia from the Gulf of Bothnia to the mouths of the Danube.
Teollisuuden Voima Oyj, a Finnish non-listed public electricity producer, plans to build a fourth nuclear reactor at the Olkiluoto nuclear power plant on Olkiluoto Island, just offshore in the Gulf of Bothnia in southwestern Finland, and will submit a formal application for a construction license in the middle of 2015 at the latest.
TVO has already reached the decision in principle from the Finnish government and parliament to construct OL4 on Olkiluoto Island, which is just offshore in the Gulf of Bothnia in southwestern Finland.
A solution in this case could be the evaluation of the monetary value of still healthy parts of the Baltic such as the Gulf of Bothnia.
Internal sea level variations are influenced by semi-isolated seiche systems, Belt Sea-Baltic Proper-Gulf of Finland (passing the Gulf of Bothnia) and Belt Sea-Baltic Proper-Gulf of Bothnia, with self-oscillation periods about 25-27 h and 31-39 h However, due to the complicated multi-basin topography, the seiches do not have high contribution to the sea level power spectrum [12].
Gutsy Janne Laitinen drove an Audi RS6 saloon car with specially studded tyres on the frozen Gulf of Bothnia in the Baltic Sea, Finland.
Unspectacular small cities - 75 miles apart at the head of the Gulf of Bothnia and about 60 miles south of the Arctic Circle - they are export centres for timber, paper and iron ore, ice breakers on hand for the long, harsh winter.
It would seem that prior to 1874 - when the Bothnia and Scythia both had a smoking-room - smoking was prohibited below the main deck on all passenger ships.
The city is located some 15 kilometres (9 mi) from the Gulf of Bothnia, on the estuary of the Kokemaenjoki river, which is the largest in Finland.
The discussion revolves around the seventeenth-century town of Tornio, founded by the Swedish Crown in 1621 (although today in Finland) and located on the northernmost Gulf of Bothnia (Figure 1), and is loosely structured around the idea of object biography (e.
Over the Gulf of Bothnia, a report published in March by Finanspolisen, Sweden's financial markets police authority, noted a sharp rise in Swedish money laundering activity and cases in 2008, the latest full year figures available, although this could be because of better monitoring.