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fjeld

 (fyĕld)
n.
A high barren plateau in the Scandinavian countries.

[Danish, from Old Norse fjall.]

fjeld

(fjɛld) or

field

n
(Physical Geography) a high rocky plateau with little vegetation in Scandinavian countries
[C19: Norwegian; related to Old Norse fjall mountain; see fell5]

fjeld

(fyɛld, fyɛl, fiˈɛld, -ˈɛl)

n.
a rocky barren plateau of the Scandinavian peninsula.
[1855–60; < Norwegian; see fell5]
References in classic literature ?
One can form some idea of the altitude of this barrier of ice when it is mentioned that from Hofdabrekka farm, which lies high up on a fjeld, one could not see Hjorleifshofdi opposite, which is a fell six hundred and forty feet in height; but in order to do so had to clamber up a mountain slope east of Hofdabrekka twelve hundred feet high.
The Kola Region contains mountainous landscapes called fjeld (Russian dial.
Another study assessed the effects of different delivery schedules, number of loaders, and the proportions of domestic and import raw material sourcing on roundwood handling at a Lithuanian sawmill (Puodziunas and Fjeld 2008).
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Per Olaf Fjeld, en calidad de alumno aventajado, colaborador y amigo intimo a la postre, nos recuerda que solia impartir sus clases "sin distinguir la arquitectura del resto de las artes plasticas.
Remitiendonos a las otras secciones de la Revista, presentamos en Otras Voces dos articulos, el primero de Anders Fjeld "Anti-Machiavellian Ranciere: Aesthetic Cartography, Sites of Incommensurability and Processes of Experimentation", en el cual el autor analiza la distincion entre policia y politica afirmando que es un quiebre en el tejido sensible de la sociedad, lo que le permite trabajar el concepto de politica como una cartografia estetica de situaciones y elaborar las siguientes categorias de analisis: sitios de inconmensurabilidad, experimentacion, y fragmentacion del espacio social.
Recently, patients in maintenance programs with an opioid agonist (methadone and buprenorphine) and who drive vehicles have been the focus of attention (Strand, Fjeld, Arnestad & Morland, 2013; Soyka, 2014).
Kvien TK, Fjeld E, Slatkowsky-Christensen B, Nichols M, Zhang Y, Proven A, et al.
First place--Alyssa Fjeld, Alex Dennis, Johnny Bailey, and Dawn Ford.
El mercurio es un contaminante global que carece de barreras ambientales (Munthe, Fjeld, Meili, Porvari, Rognerud y Verta, 2004; Goodsite, 2003).
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