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A country of northern Europe on the Gulf of Bothnia and the Gulf of Finland. Settled by Finnish people by the beginning of the 8th century, the region was controlled from the 13th century by Sweden and after 1809 by Russia. Finland became independent in 1917. Helsinki is the capital and the largest city.

Fin′land·er n.
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friendly Finnish people towards further progress, and the good
The aptly named "Winter War" would show the world the determination, bravery and military abilities of the Finnish people.
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The Ministry for Foreign Affairs is actively involved in different developments and works to the benefit of Finland the Finnish people.
Finnish people became recognized as people from the country of Nokia.
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Sibelius composed the work in 1899, which captured the attention of hundreds of Finnish people, who considered it as a symbol of the resistance movement and a glimpse of hope towards changing reality.
The study included 1,260 Finnish people, ages 60 to 77, who were at risk for dementia.
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I was intrigued by an article about Finnish people and cross-cultural marriages.
I chose a Finnish song rather than an Irish classic - no one will have heard of it, only Finnish people.

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