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Scandinavian

the northern group of Germanic languages, consisting of Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Icelandic, and Faeroese
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To-day the best that a harassed Black Hawk merchant can hope for is to sell provisions and farm machinery and automobiles to the rich farms where that first crop of stalwart Bohemian and Scandinavian girls are now the mistresses.
It may have been carried to England in the form of ballads by the Anglo-Saxons; or it may be Scandinavian material, later brought in by Danish or Norwegian pirates.
The horrors which the Anglo-Saxons had inflicted on the Britons they themselves were now to suffer from their still heathen and piratical kinsmen the 'Danes' or Northmen, inhabitants or the Scandinavian peninsula and the neighboring coasts.
Between gulps of the molten stuff I glanced down at my raw and bleeding chest and turned to the Scandinavian.
Sometimes Mamma Valerius would come and listen behind the door, wipe away a tear and go down-stairs again on tiptoe, sighing for her Scandinavian skies.
A sound case is developed that the great army and associated settlers included those with prior migration experience, in particular coming from lands that had already been settled by Scandinavians in both Ireland and Francia.
The colour is said to suit Scandinavians very well.
We start to want a cleaner, simpler look and nobody does clean and simple quite like the Scandinavians.
As far as the areas previously settled by the Scandinavians are concerned, the verb appeared occasionally, except for Middlesex, where it was frequent at the beginning of the 14th c.
First settled by Scandinavians in the mid nineteenth century, Ballard is an arty, eclectic neighbourhood ten minutes drive to the north-west of downtown Seattle.
Long before the San Fernando Valley was orange groves, Ventura County was settled by Scandinavians who farmed the land and also built the Norwegian Grade.
Because Scandinavians don't like to eat foods out of season, and because the growing season is so short, these foods are attacked with particular relish, with preparations being simple in order to best enjoy the summer bounty.