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Järva-Jaani

 

an urban-type settlement in Paide Raion, Estonian SSR. Järva-Jaani is located 35 km northeast of Paide. Industry is represented by a branch of the Paide Dairy Products Combine.

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One of the most popular saunas, however, is of course, the Jarva-Jaani Old Equipment Shelter's fire-truck sauna--one of the most legendary mobile saunas in Estonia --every Estonian has to see it once in his or her lifetime.
Nendeks kihelkondadeks on: Simuna, Jarva-Madise, Jarva-Jaani, Ambla, Vaike-Maaija, Kose ja Joelahtme.
aasta juuni, juuli ja augusti suremustrend Jarva-Jaani ning Amblaga usna sarnane.
Leidub kogudusi, kus sunnid uletavad surmasid kaks korda (Rakvere, Vigala, Kirbla, Vormsi), kuid naiteks Tallinna RootsiMihkli koguduses on vastav indeks koguni 0,51, Tallinna Toomkoguduses 0,60, Jarva-Madisel 0,66, Simunas 0,68, Amblas ja Tallinna Puhavaimu kiriku eesti koguduses 0,74, Kosel ning Hageris 0,75, Kadrinas ja Jarva-Jaanis 0,76, Annas 0,77, Paides 0,78 ning Joelahtmel 0,79.
The Nurmekund Formation is subdivided into more heterogeneous informal stratigraphical units: the Jarva-Jaani, Vandra, Jogeva, Imavere, and Mohkula beds (Fig.
The first cycle obviously correlates with the Jarva-Jaani Beds of the Nurmekund Formation (Fig.
In the archive there are notes of such songs recorded from several sites in Estonia including Luganuse (1893), Vaike-Maarja 1910), Harju-Jaani (1889), Turi (1889), Viru-Jaagupi (1879), Jarva-Jaani (1888), and Haljala (1890).
The Nurmekund Formation is subdivided into more heterogeneous, cyclostratigraphical units--the Jarva-Jaani, Vandra, Jogeva, Imavere, and Mohkula beds, whereas the Saarde Formation consists of more homogeneous, lithostratigraphical units--the Heinaste (new unit), Slitere, Kolka, Ikla, Lemme, and Staicele members.
No remarkable differences could be noticed in taxonomic diversity and assemblage of the Jarva-Jaani and Vandra beds in the Poltsamaa and Heimtali cores on one hand, and between the Slitere and Kolka members in the Ikla core on the other hand.
In central Estonia, the lower submesocycle of Mesocycle I is represented by the Jarva-Jaani Beds of the Nurmekund Formation and consists mainly of pure, wavy-bedded to nodular, micritic limestone almost devoid of benthic shelly fossils and bioclasts, but with specific, brown organic detritus of "dendroids" Leveillites and Rhadinograptus at slightly kerogenous, marly bedding planes (Kaljo 1970).
In the studied sections the base of the Heinaste Member correlates with the base of the Jarva-Jaani Beds by the disappearance of chitinozoans Belonechitina postrobusta and B.
In core sections on northwestern Saaremaa (Muratsi, Undva, Viki, and Eikla) the Rumba Formation lies on the Jarva-Jaani Beds of the Nurmekund Formation which forms the lowermost part of the Raikkula Stage corresponding to the Rhuddanian (H.