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Greenlandic

the dialect of Inuktitut spoken in Greenland
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The president on Monday poked fun at speculation that he wanted to acquire the island to expand his family's real estate empire, tweeting an image of a Trump Tower photoshopped on the Greenlandic countryside with the caption "I promise not to do this".
As for global warming, with the rivers and channels that no longer freeze, he is enjoying some unexpected benefits: the superb Greenlandic halibut now swim closer to the surface, so he is able to pull up more and bigger fish in a lengthening season.
After new elections, the marriage bill was approved by the GreenLandic Parliament on a vote of 27-0.
Following the consent of the Greenlandic authorities to the change of control of the Mineral Exploration Permit held by Bluejay, the Bluejay acquisition has become unconditional.
This not only provides a healthier product, but it gives a milder taste, allowing the unique, sweet flavour of the Greenlandic prawns to be tasted.
This important book collects nine essays on the interactions among missionary, commercial, colonizing, and indigenous interests at Cape Farewell (Danish: Kap Farvel; Greenlandic: Uummannarsuaq), the southernmost point of Greenland.
57-78) on the role of the different seal species in the Greenlandic marine environment.
Historian Jensen; anthropologist and archaeologist Hans Christian Gullov (both National Museum of Denmark's Ethnographic Collection and Greenland Research Centre); and Kristine Raahauge, director of Nanortalik Museum and sometime mayor of Nanortalik, summarize the substantial archaeological, documentary, and ethnographic evidence they collected on the meeting of cultures at Cape Farewell, focusing especially on the East Greenlandic immigrants and the German Moravian mission in the 19th century.
Those estimates put the oil reserves in Greenlandic waters at some 52 billion oil barrels, 17 billion of which would lie between the island s west coast and the eastern coast of Canada s Baffin island, and 31.4 billion to Greenland s north-east.
But a Cairn spokesman said: "Cairn is operating offshore Greenland at the invitation of the Greenlandic government, which believes that oil and gas exploration offers the potential opportunity for Greenland's economic and social development.
Angel Mining PLC (Angel Mining) (LSE: ANGM), a Greenland-based mining operations, has announced that it has been informed by the Bureau of Minerals and Petroleum that the Greenlandic Government has approved the transfer of the Nalunaq Gold Mine mining licence to Angel Mining (Gold) A/S, its wholly owned Greenlandic subsidiary.
Greenland voters decided in a November referendum to expand their home-rule agreement with Denmark by taking control of the police and the courts and making Greenlandic - an Inuit tongue - the official language.