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  • 1Lammin — This uncommon name is of early medieval English origin, and has two possible interpretations. Firstly, it may be one of the diminutive forms of the surname Lamb, which derives from the Olde English and Middle English lamb , lamb, used as a… …

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  • 2lämmin — • lämmin, haalea, kuuma, lauhkea, lauha, lempeä, lenseä, leppeä, leuto, lämpimähkö, lämpöinen, polttava, tulinen …

    Suomi sanakirja synonyymejä

  • 3ruoka — • muona, elintarvikkeet, eväs, ravinto, ruoka, ruokavarat, syöminen, syötävä • eväs, elanto, muona, ravinto, ruoka, syöminen, syötävä …

    Suomi sanakirja synonyymejä

  • 4ruoka-annos — • annos, erä, kiintiö, määrä, osa, osuus, satsi …

    Suomi sanakirja synonyymejä

  • 5рога — уха, щи, похлебка , олонецк. (Кулик.). Из карельск. ruoga, фин. ruoka кушанье, еда , эст. rооg, род. п. rооа – то же (Калима 203) …

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  • 8Standard language — A standard language (also standard dialect, standardized dialect, or standardised dialect) is a particular variety of a language that has been given either legal or quasi legal status. As it is usually the form promoted in schools and the media,… …

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  • 9Sahti — is a traditional beer from Finland made from a variety of grains, malted and unmalted, including barley, rye, wheat, and oats; sometimes bread made from these grains is fermented instead of malt itself. Traditionally the beer is flavored with… …

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  • 10Balto-Slavic languages — The Balto Slavic language group consists of the Baltic and Slavic languages, belonging to the Indo European family of languages. Having experienced a period of common development, Baltic and Slavic languages share several linguistic traits not… …

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  • 11Splodgenessabounds — is an English punk rock band formed in Keston, Bromley. The band is associated with the Oi! and Punk Pathetique genres. Their frontman is Max Splodge. The band is best known for their 1980 song Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps Please ,… …

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  • 12Leamouth — is the area to the west of the mouth of the River Lee at the River Thames at gbmapping|TQ394807. The northern part of the area lies within a meander of the Lee; the southern part is bounded in the west by the former East India Docks, on two sides …

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  • 13Orchard House Yard — was at Leamouth, on the River Lea at Bow Creek. The SS Robin was built at Orchard House Yard in 1890, and is currently moored a short distance away at West India Quay in London Docklands. External links Orchard House an account dating from 1935… …

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  • 14Antti Tuisku — Antti Tapani Tuisku (born 27 February, 1984, in Rovaniemi) is a popular Finnish pop singer, made famous by Idols, the Finnish version of Pop Idol TV show in 2003. Although Tuisku finished third in the show, he has easily become the most popular… …

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  • 17Beer in Finland — A bottle of Finnish Olvi beer Finland has a long history of beer dating back to the Middle Ages. The oldest still existing commercial brewery in Finland and Nordic countries is Sinebrychoff, founded in 1819. Suomalaisen oluen päivä , or the… …

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  • 18List of banks in Finland — List of Finnish Banks:The list below was assembled using publicly available information from the Finnish Financial Supervision Authority [http://www.fin fsa.fi/eng/] and the Finnish Bankers Association [http://www.pankkiyhdistys.fi/] . While… …

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  • 19Finnish War/Translation — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Finnish War partof= Russo–Swedish Wars and Napoleonic Wars caption= Scene from the Finnish War , by Helene Schjerfbeck date=February 1808 – September 1809 place=Finland and northern Sweden casus=The forcing of… …

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  • 20Laanila Highschool — ( Laanilan lukio in Finnish) is an upper secondary school in Oulu, Finland that was founded in 1957. There are currently about 300 pupils in it.The high school shares a building with Laanila intermediate school. Although the schools are named… …

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