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, Swed. Nystad, city (1996 pop. 17,631), Western Finland prov., SW Finland, on the Gulf of Bothnia. A local trade center and port, it has sawmills, machine shops, granite quarries, and a shipyard.
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Internationella Engelska Skolan (IES) (STO:ENG) announced on Friday the signing of rental contracts with the real estate company Nystad Stadsutveckling AB for the construction of two new schools.
Magnus P, Irgens LM, Haug K, Nystad W, Skjaerven R, Stoltenberg C.
[11.] Magnus MC, Haberg SE, Karlstad O, Nafstad P, London SJ, Nystad W.
Livonia--roughly modern Estonia--became part of Sweden through the Truce of Altmark in 1629, after 70 years of belonging to Poland, then passed to Russia in 1725 under the Treaty of Nystad as a result of the Great Northern War.
Hans Bagger, Ruslands alliancepolitik efierfreden i Nystad: En Studie i detslesvigske restitutionensporgsmal indtil 1732 (Copenhagen: Rosenkilde og Bagger, 1974); Bushkovitch, Peter the Great, 432-33.
BRONZE--Germany (Nicole Fessel, Stefanie Boehler, Claudia Nystad, Denise Herrmann)
Nystad, "The associations between maternal pre-pregnancy body mass index or gestational weight change during pregnancy and body mass index of the child at 3 years of age," International Journal of Obesity, vol.
Cross, By the Banks of the Neva: Chapters from the Lives and Careers of the British in Eighteenth Century Russia (Cambridge, 1997); Janet Hartley, 'Changing Perceptions: British Views of Russia from the Grand Embassy to the Peace of Nystad', in Lindsey Hughes (ed.), Peter the Great and the West: New Perspectives (Basingstoke, 2001), pp.