Jutlander


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Jutlander

(ˈdʒʌtləndə)
n
(Placename) a native or inhabitant of Jutland
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Pic was adapted from a novel by best-selling Danish author Erling Jepsen, another south Jutlander, whose work also inspired Peter Schonau Fog's "The Art of Crying."
The second station enacts a devotional rite, consecrates the "cauldron bog / Our holy ground" (SP 39-40), fuses past and present, and forges a connection between Jutlander and Celt.
(34) Scanians and Zealanders appear to have been the driving force behind the expeditions in the Baltic Sea while Jutlanders turned their attention further westwards.