saeter


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saeter

(ˈseɪtə)
n
(Physical Geography) an upland pasture or meadow
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Contract awarded for 1) 7805ns-sofa cushion with 40 density foam wooden structure, good quality sofa foam,metal legs and high end leatherite (1 saeter).
Eskil Engdal, Kjetil Saeter, and Diane Oatley (translator); CATCHING THUNDER; ZED Books (Nonfiction: Ecology & Environment) 21.95 ISBN: 9781786990877
saeter (OED)] SARET populated place in east Afghanistan [GeoNames] SARTE populated place in southwest Ethiopia [GeoNames] SATER variant of saeter, a meadow associated with a dwelling in the Shetland Islands [OED] SATRE a hilly spur in central southern Serbia [GeoNames] There are over 600 people with the surname Satre in U.S.
The critical turn with regard to the positivist radicalism of the Athens Charter and the reaction of the phenomenological critical currents headed by Walter Benjamin (Saeter, 2011) is echoed in the humanization of modern architecture of this urban contextualism derived from the rise of social sciences during the period.
It is unclear if Bergwall will remain at the Saeter psychiatric clinic, where he has been a patient since 1991 after being convicted of armed robbery, three years before his first false confession.
The climbing scene in Gunhild has the American hero, Harry, and a fashionable young woman, Caroline, compete in climbing a steep trail to the saeter, of high pasture, belonging to the strong, beautiful Norwegian-American woman Gunhild.
Justifying the court's rejection, the head of the five-person commission Helen Saeter said: "The commission has limited its investigation to the claims that evidence was fabricated and false testimony.
Moss succeeds Ola Saeter, who will take over as head of Global Smelters in the Primary Metal business area.
PRIZES Josh Rogers, left, with Sir Bobby Charlton and winner Valentino Pugilese from Switzerland, centre, and Norway's John Hou Saeter who was second.; THIRD PLACE Josh Rodgers of Sunnirise, South Shields.