Kekkonen


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Kekkonen

(Finnish ˈkɛkkɔnɛn)
n
(Biography) Urho (ˈurhɔ). (1900–86), Finnish statesman; president (1956–81)
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As Finland's President Urho Kekkonen once put it, the goal was "to reconcile the existence of our nation with the interests which dominate [our] geopolitical environment."
And the resort is just next to Finland's largest national park, Urho Kekkonen.
Former Finnish president Urho Kekkonen was clearly taken with the place and, in the 1970s, purchased a sturdy pine cabin outside the 300-person village as a private retreat, where powerful guests included Yasser Arafat, Moshe Dayan of Israel, President Ford of the US and King Hussein of Jordan.
Like Kekkonen, he's very fond of Saariselka, and I can see why.
Nonetheless, he made a full recovery and in the post-war years, became a moose hunter and dog breeder of some repute, often serving as a guide for Finnish president Urho Kekkonen, who, like many of his fellow Finns, was an ardent hunter and outdoorsman.
However, delimiting species solely based on cox1 genetic divergence would most likely lead to taxa over splitting (Kekkonen & Hebert 2014).
We performed an initial species delimitation analysis by visualizing barcode gaps in the pairwise distribution of each mtDNA gene separately (excluding the outgroup), using the automatic barcode gap discovery (ABGD) approach [52] through its webserver (http://wwwabi.snv.jussieu.fr/public/ abgd/abgdweb.html), setting the use of Simple Distance, default values for Prior Intraspecific divergence, except for relative gap width (1.5) which does not work for some genes (as also noted by Kekkonen et al.
All along, through their Lutheran faith and their pragmatic realism and through good leadership, from the great general of the Winter War and then president, Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim, followed by Urho Kekkonen and Mauno Koivisto the Finns have exemplified the difference between real victory and short-term conventional defeat.
Kaarre, O., Kallioniemi, E., Kononen, M., Tolmunen, T., Kekkonen, V., Kivimaki, P., &...
(33.) Rajilis-Stojanoviffi M, Biagi E, Heilig HG, Kajander K, Kekkonen RA, Tims S., de Vos WM.