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(Finnish ˈsillɑmpæː)
(Biography) Frans Eemil (frans ˈeːmil). 1888–1964, Finnish writer, noted for his novels Meek Heritage (1919) and The Maid Silja (1931): Nobel prize for literature 1939


(ˈsɪl lɑnˌpæ)

Frans Eemil, 1888–1964, Finnish author: Nobel prize 1939.
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The next two Sillanpaa albums featured children's music and Jemina and Selina as singers.
amp; Watkins, 2006; Schildt, Zahra, & Sillanpaa, 2006),
Of these children 10%-20% may also have a diagnosis of intellectual disability or mental retardation (Epilepsy Foundation, 2003; Forsgren, Edvinsson, Blomquist, Heijbel, & Sidenvall, 1990; Sillanpaa, 1992).
Soltanpour 1991; Jackson and Alloway 1992; Sillanpaa and Jansson 1992).
Naisen kutsumus: Miina Sillanpaa ja sukupuolten maailmojen erkaantuminen (Woman's mission: Miina Sillanpaa and the separation of gender worlds).
Gregoire, Dery, & Bechard, 2001; Landstrom, 2001; Reader & Watkins, 2001; Schildt & Sillanpaa, 2004; Watkins & Reader, 2003).
Furthermore, a negative self-concept with low self-esteem in young people with epilepsy was closely related to a negative attitude toward the epileptic condition (Baker, Brooks, Buck, & Jacoby, 1999; Jalava, Sillanpaa, Camfield, & Camfield, 1997; Kemp, Morley, & Anderson, 1999; Raty et al.
His replacement, Henri Sillanpaa, denied Lowndes in the 80th minute.
recent studies by Landstrom, 2001; Reader & Watkins, 2001; Schildt & Sillanpaa, 2004; Watkins & Reader, 2003).
Societal attitudes can cause more pain for the adolescents than the seizure itself (Gordon & Sillanpaa, 1997).
Continuous development, quality improvement and motivated employees are the keys of its success ", says Mika Sillanpaa, Executive Vice President, UPM Plywood.
edu, and to Antti Sillanpaa, Helsinki University of Technology, Institute of Strategy and International Business, P.