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Nuuk

 (no͝ok) or Godt·håb (gôt′hôp′)
The capital and largest town of Greenland, in the southwest part of the island on an inlet of the Labrador Sea. The town was founded in 1721 by a Norwegian missionary.
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Nuuk

(nuːk)
n
(Placename) the capital of Greenland, in the southwest: the oldest Danish settlement in Greenland, founded in 1721. Pop: 14 350 (2004 est). Danish name (official name until 1979): Godthaab
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Through nine essays based on papers presented at the conference oHeritage and Change in the Arctic -- An Interdisciplinary Conference of the Humanities and Social Sciences,o held in Nuuk, Greenland, in October 2013, European scholars working in the social and human sciences discuss heritage in the Arctic in relation to ongoing processes of change, particularly climate change, focusing on the impact of change on culture and society (especially change induced by resource development) and the cultural and social features that are resources in an environment characterized by change.
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Nanoq 2012: Public hearing meetings from 27 August to 8 September 2012 in Nuuk, Greenland. Available at: http:// dk.nanoq.gl/Service/Hoeringsportal/Miljovurderinger/ 2012/London%20Mining%20-%20Udnyttelsesansoegning.aspx (Last accessed on 5 December 2012).
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But Morten Nielsen, a police spokesman in Nuuk, Greenland's capital, said the activists would be arrested.
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