Chapter seven centers on Ugajin, the serpent god that relates specifically to foxes, snakes, and the god Inari
2 lodge at Black Hall with its sauna and spacious living area and, right, Benjamin and Amelia at the West Midlands Safari Park
Because the herds kept by Forest and Inari
Sami and Finnish peasants were smaller than those of Fell Sami (Itkonen, 1948; Kortesalmi, 2007), small-scale feeding in the vicinity of settlements supported close contact between the herder and the reindeer throughout the year (Vuojala-Magga, 2010; Vuojala-Magga et al.
We stop and set up our camera tripods on a bridge crossing Lake Inari
, which is only just beginning to freeze.
The effect of temperature fluctuations on oxygen consumption and ammonia excretion of under yearling Lake Inari
Aunique tradition celebrates the arrival of spring in Inari
, Lapland, in northern Finland: the Reindeer Cup Championship Drives.
Gerardin, P, Nguila Inari
, G, Petrissans, M, Lambert, J, Ehrhardt, JJ, "XPS Characterization of Wood Chemical Composition After Heat-Treatment.
After that we watched a free puppet show in a park near an elaborate shrine which in Korea we would call a temple though we would never dedicate a temple to Inari
the god of business.
What at first glance seems a slim premise for a picture book is transformed into a journey of more epic proportions when Inari
Kiuru depicts the central characters of father and son as dogs rather than people.
Five months after s s but a 15-footer gave him the crown after Mols inari
had holed from 18 feet for bogey.
His magnum opus, Empires of the Sand: The Struggle for Mastery in the Middle East, 1789-1923 (with Inari
Karsh, 1999), argued that Middle Easterners were not, as usually thought, "hapless victims of predatory imperial powers but active participants in the restructuring of their region," a shift with vast political implications.
34) Efram Karsh and Inari
Karsh, Empires of Sand: The Struggle for Mastery in the Middle East, 1789-1923 (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1999), 171-98.