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Northland

1. the peninsula containing Norway and Sweden
2. (in Canada) the far north
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Norland Moor is a large expanse of about 250 acres of heather moorland, and the area is predominantly flat, making walking easy.
The seven members of the class of 2015 include Jesse Babcock, Zacharias Brenda, Katareanna Coen, David Hadley, Alainna Norland, Isaac Rossberg and Lily Trigg.
We couldn t wish for a better partner than Norland to help us ensure families feel welcomed, entertained and looked after.
With the addition of Norland, contractual revenue rose to 53 percent of total revenue--up from 47% in the second quarter of 2013.
Sophie Madill, from Belfast, who has completed the three-year course at Norland College, has opened up about what it takes to be a good nanny.
Norland College was founded in 1892 and was the first to offer formal childcare instruction.
I'm carrying forward a great tradition," says Liz Hunt, principal of Norland.
We follow the second-years of Set 36, including 19-year-old Laura Styles, who has always wanted to be a Norland nanny, and 20-year-old Georgina who told her mum when she was a little girl that she'd grow up to have 100 children.
High Norland is on Hillside West close to the market town of Rothbury with its good range of amenities.
The second annual Birmingham Bolt at the National Indoor Arena (NIA) saw teams from companies including PwC, OCS and Norland take part in a range of events in aid of homeless charity St Basils.
When Norland Martinez learned he would soon become a father, he was a 14-year-old high school dropout who had run away from home and was living in a motel with the proceeds he scraped together from selling pot and cocaine.
The keynote speaker is Ken Norland, CEO of Tech Strategies LLC, Chair at Vistage Group, and chairman, Technology Committee at Score Association.