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Laxness

Halld?r (Kiljan) (#!hald@$$ur). 1902--98, Icelandic novelist, noted for his treatment of rural working life in Iceland. His works include Salka Valka (1932) and Independent People (1935). Nobel prize for literature 1955
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Explanatory factor analysis results Items Factor loads Laxness Overreaction Hostility 3rd Item - 0.93 - 6th Item - 0.75 - 10th Item - 0.75 - 12th Item 0.98 - - 14th Item - 0.92 - 16th Item 0.97 - - 17th Item - 0.91 - 18th Item - - 0.46 19th Item 0.52 - - 21st Item 0.98 - - 25th Item - - 0.95 28th Item - - 0.95 30th Item 0.98 - - Explained Variance (%) 36.7 27.4 13.5 Total Explained 77.6 - - Variance (%) Eigenvalue 4.771 3.564 1.751 Table II.
Laxness, Vladimir Nabokov, Josep Pla and Manuel MejE[degrees]a Vallejo.
It is also the date of birth or death of other prominent authors, such as Maurice Druon, Haldor K Laxness, Vladimir Nabokov, Josep Pla, and Manuel MejE[degrees]a Vallejo.
He said that any laxness in dealing with Iran's aggressive policies towards us would encourage Iran to continue its aggression.
In March, it signed a $10bn loan deal with 27 financial institutions, partly to fund the acquisition of 50% in the German rubber giant Laxness (see more on the diversification subject below).
And the Navy takes every such visit seriously on the suspicion that the flights aren't harassment so much as an effort to lull the Navy into laxness so the Pasdaran can attack more easily if it ever decides to strike.
Devils are among 32 clubs who have qualified for the CHL and the group stage draw will be made at the Laxness Arena, Cologne, on Wednesday, May 17.
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Mohmand, however, said that any country has the right to secure its border and introduce such a system to ensure that no unscrupulous elements exploit the laxness in security.
However, he lamented the exacerbated poverty due to laxness on the side of the State.