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a native or inhabitant of Finland

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Mr Nutt, of the Daily Reformer, wrote some highly incongruous words across the top of the copy, made some highly mysterious marks down the side of it, and called to Miss Barlow in the same loud, monotonous voice: "Take down a letter to Mr Finn.
DEAR FINN,--Your copy will do, but I have had to headline it a bit; and our public would never stand a Romanist priest in the story-- you must keep your eye on the suburbs.
Mr Nutt put down the manuscript and called out with unusual sharpness: "Miss Barlow, please take down a letter to Mr Finn.
FINN, Please forgive me for the trouble I make you, but I don't see any other way.
Mebbe we ought to lay over a day and let him rest up," Finn suggested.
In 2014, the Ministry for Foreign Affairs and Finland s diplomatic missions abroad provided a record number of consular services to Finns in need of assistance.
It was the same ability to co-operate that made it an ideal EU candidate, permitting it to join up in 1995, after Finns voted 'Yes' in a referendum.
The Finns are the only LAFD brothers both to win the prestigious award.
Finns are more positive to the European Union than before, according to an opinion poll carried out by the Finnish Business and Policy Forum EVA.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-3 September 2002-Poll shows older Finns use more technology than EU average (C)1994-2002 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
The Finns still believe they were right to fight for Hugh's life and they continue to grieve for their son.
Outdoor-loving and sporty Finns have embraced sports drinks, as such products are seen as being the best way of combining the quenching of thirst with boosting energy levels.
Finland should have a referendum on the European Union constitution, according to a majority of Finns.
By the look of the roster, the Finns were willing to surrender the international booby prize to North America's Northern half.
Finns are feeling more distant towards the European Union, according to the Eurobarometer survey from the European Commission.