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Nordvik

 

a bay along the southwestern edge of the Laptev Sea, located between the Khara-Tumus Peninsula on the west and the Nordvik Peninsula on the east. It extends 37 km inland. The bay is 39 km wide and up to 6 m deep. It is icebound for most of the year.

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In the study of Nordvik and Broman (2005) participants rated pictures of rooms with different wood products (e.
Hjelmeland H, Nordvik H, Bille-Brahe U, et al A cross-cultural study of suicide intent in parasuicide patients.
Subs (not used): Hansen, Koppinen, Storflor, Nordvik.
Boys have better spatial ability (Collins & Kimura, 1997; Nordvik & Amponsah, 1998).
Rob Nordvik, Executive Vice President of Video Production, Brad Kinney Productions said, "I just completed my largest editing project ever, using the new Liquid chrome.
Nordvik, a pretty, pale pink strip center just south of the museum, was a motel until the early '80s when it became an antique emporium.
In addition, this must occur without benefit of additional training (Krekling, Tellevik, & Nordvik, 1989; Rabinowitz, 1983).
Bobby Tulloch, of Norwegian firm Nordvik Salmon, which runs the farm next to the island said: "We are not the cuprits and I am annoyed that we are even being linked with the seals' disappearance.
ROSENBORG (from): Hirschfeld, Lund Hansen; Koppinen, Stoor, Basma, Riseth, Lago, Nordvik, Kvarme, Dorsin; Strand, Skjelbred, Tetteh, Sapara; Kone, Ya, Iversen, Storflor, Traore.
Justification for this point of view is often based on deficits found in boys, such as higher levels of reading disabilities and attention deficit disorders, as well as the superiority of males on spatial tests (Nass, 1993; Nordvik & Amponsah, 1998).
Earlier studies on the topic by Nordvik and Broman (2005, 2009) outlined the expressions used when people experience computer visualizations of interior wood.