Vinland


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Vin·land

 (vĭn′lənd)
A coastal region of northeast North America visited by Norse voyagers as early as c. 1000. Probably located somewhere between Newfoundland and Rhode Island, Vinland was named for the grapes growing plentifully in the area.

Vinland

(ˈvɪnlənd) or

Vineland

n
(Placename) the stretch of the E coast of North America visited by Leif Ericson and other Vikings from about 1000 ad

Vin•land

(ˈvɪn lənd)

n.
a region in E North America variously identified as a place between Newfoundland and Virginia: visited and described by Norsemen ab. A.D. 1000.
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* Vinland, in Portland, Maine, touts itself as the world's only 100% local food restaurant and sources every single bit of food from Maine.
They also detail expeditions by Norse explorer Leif Eriksson who stumbled upon Vinland (modern Newfoundland) around a millennium ago, making him the first European settler in North America--nearly 500 years before Columbus.
* 3 OSCV (Offshore Subsea Construction Vessel): ""Skandi Buzios" delivered to Techdof Brasil at the Vard Soviknes shipyard (Norway); "Far Superior" delivered to Farstad Shipping at the Vard Vung Tau shipyard (Vietnam); "Skandi Vinland" delivered to DOF at the Vard Langsten shipyard (Norway).
Dead in Vinland is a survival/management game from indie studio CCCP, and the sequel to Dead in Bermuda.
IN VINLAND (PC) Release: April 12 2DEAD LAST month pirates were dominating the high seas, this month it's the turn of the Vikings.
2 DEAD IN VINLAND (PC) Release: April 12 LAST month pirates were dominating the high seas, this month it's the turn of the Vikings.
Pillage people: Fight to survive aViking in Dead Vinland
Dead In Vinland is a survival/ management game from indie studio CCCP, and the sequel to It's a blast: The American Dream Dead in Bermuda.
2 DEAD IN VINLAND (PC) Release: April 12 LAST month, pirates were dominating the high seas; this month, it's the turn of the Vikings.
They also established settlements in Iceland, Greenland and North America (Vinland).