Lappland


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Noun1.Lappland - a region in northmost Europe inhabited by LappsLappland - a region in northmost Europe inhabited by Lapps
Europe - the 2nd smallest continent (actually a vast peninsula of Eurasia); the British use `Europe' to refer to all of the continent except the British Isles
Lapp, Lapplander, Saame, Saami, Same, Sami - a member of an indigenous nomadic people living in northern Scandinavia and herding reindeer
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Reindeer management in Finnish Lappland and on the Kola Peninsula in Russia 1930-1995], Kansatieteellinen arkisto 49.
A study was commissioned by the ministry along with Norwegian transport authorities in July 2017 of five different routes to associate Finland, Lappland and northern Norway.
Podonominae, eine neue Unterfamilie der Chironomiden (Chironomiden aus Lappland I).
With mining completed at Svartliden in 2013, the company has maintained use of the plant there in anticipation of receiving test mining permits for the nearby Faboliden gold deposit, where the previous owner, Lappland Goldminers, had completed a feasibility study on an open-pit operation.
shamans) from Lappland: a detail which I should have mentioned, as Duni has rightly noted (2015, 140).
(1.) Bundesarchiv (BArch) Berlin, 901/ 14480, Carl Metzger: Bericht uber eine durch Finmarken und finnlandisch Lappland ausgefuhrte Reise, undated [March 1907].
(Lappland) (Oldeberg 1960, 46 f.; Jantzen 2008, 339 f.)
Throughout the 1800s settlers were also encouraged to colonise the "wilderness [ie, the North] and thereby expand [the territory of] the Crown" (Bylund, 1956, page 33) and bring "Lappland into a comprehensive incorporation of the Swedish Empire" (Gothe, 1929, cited in Bylund, 1956, page 34).
The first English version,Turi's Book of Lappland, was translated from the Danish by E.
Nostalgia, which is manifested in attachment to bleak regions like Lappland and Switzerland, is a far cry from the distressful anxiety that Arnold describes in terms one might well apply to Mr.
Even with its multicultural policy, there are limits to the provision for training and testing in the 150 "migrant" languages spoken in Sweden compared with the major western European languages usually taught in university T&I programmes, e.g., English, German, French, other Nordic languages, and indigenous languages such as Sami (spoken in Lappland).
Haker is currently in a similar position at Lappland Goldminers, which he has held since 2010.