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Trom·sø

 (trŏm′sō′, tro͝om′sœ)
A city of northern Norway on an offshore island in the Arctic Ocean. Founded as a center for herring fisheries, it is the chief city of northern Norway.
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Tromsø

(ˈtrɒmsəʊ; Norwegian ˈtrumsø)
n
(Placename) a port in N Norway, on a small island between Kvaløy and the mainland: fishing and sealing centre. Pop: 61 897 (2004 est)
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