Faeroe Islands


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  • noun

Synonyms for Faeroe Islands

a self-governing colony that is a possession of Denmark in the Faroe Islands

a group of 21 volcanic islands in the North Atlantic between Iceland and the Shetland Islands

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Some 20,000 people had traveled to the Faeroe Islands and Svalbard to watch the eclipse.
The seas around the Faeroe Islands have consistently produced large blue whiting catches of over 400,000 t/yr (Standal, 2006).
And the West and North of Ireland form part of the 'Northern Periphery', based in Copenhagen, which links us with Scotland, Norway, Iceland, the Faeroe Islands, and parts of Sweden and Finland.
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For example, the Atlantic Salmon Federation leased salmon netting rights off the Faeroe Islands and set them aside to allow returning salmon respite from nets (see Terry L.
Isolation of Lyme disease borrelia from puffins (Fratercula arctica) and seabird ticks (Ixodes uriae) on the Faeroe Islands.
With the need to slice games from an overcrowded schedule, it might make sense to send the no-hopers -- Andorra, Liechtenstein, Faeroe Islands, Malta, perhaps Luxembourg -- to a prequalifying event before European Championship and World Cup qualifying.
Stepping across the North Atlantic, Norse colonists reached the Faeroe Islands by around AD 825, Iceland by around AD 875 and Greenland by around AD 895 (Figure 1).
norvegicus from the Faeroe Islands (Eriksson & Baden 1998), offshore lobsters used in this study that ranged from 12-22 [micro]g/g (mean 16 [micro]g/g) and two low values from this study of 14 and [9 [micro]g/g in native LIS lobsters.
In one, a diet high in whale blubber was associated with delays in attention, memory, and small-motor function in serial testing of children through age 6 in the Faeroe Islands of Norway.
But as the industry has expanded into the often depressed coastal hinterlands of Australia, Canada, Chile, Scotland, the Faeroe Islands, Iceland, Ireland, New Zealand, and the United States, it has almost unfailingly generated controversy over the impacts of its floating platform farms.
That was just a month after the Scots had needed to claw their way back from the embarrassment of being two down to the Faeroe Islands with just 12 minutes gone.
I was very disappointed to miss the opening Euro qualifiers against the Faeroe Islands and Iceland - but I did need surgery," says Matteo.
A season that has already seen the national side nearly lose to the Faeroe Islands and Celtic fail to make the Champions League went from bad to worse last night when Rangers were beaten 2-0 by Czech Republic outfit Viktoria Zizkov in the away leg of their Uefa Cup first-round tie.