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Words related to Icelander

a native or inhabitant of Iceland

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24) At the end of the pattr, the King wishes to know how the Icelander learned his story and he cites Halldor Snorrason, who has figured prominently previously in Morkinskinna.
Gunnarsson was forced off by the problem in the 53rd minute as the Icelanders crashed 4-2 to Slovenia.
Chris Marsh fed Robins whose pass was perfectly weighted for the Icelander to run on to without breaking stride and send a rising shot into the corner of the net.
Eight minutes from the end, Icelander Brynjar Gunnarsson slotted in an equaliser to deprive Derby of their fourth win on the trot.
The Icelander directed a superb diving header past Blackburn keeper Brad Friedel just three hours after declaring himself fit.
AM is a signum used by the University of Copenhagen to designate a collection of Old Icelandic manuscripts donated to the library by the Icelander Arni Magnusson (1663-1730) upon his death.
Garden gapes: An Icelander surveys the damage in his garden after he awoke with a jolt when an earthquake shook the south-western part of the island, knocking down a dozen houses but causing no serious injuries.
Watford took the lead in the 57th minute when Allan Smart fired home after a superb through ball from Icelander Gudmundsson.
Icelander Hreidarsson, part of the Palace team relegated from the Premier League in 1998, said: "Of course I want to win the game but I do not want Palace to go down.
Rovers striker Kevin Fotheringham was sent off five minutes later for two quick bookings but Icelander Thorarinsson eased their worries just before the hour.
The Hammers face Sheffield United at Upton Park in the Premiership today - their first match since Icelander Magnusson, who is to step down from his position as the president of his country's Football Association, completed his pounds 85million takeover this week.
Certainly in the mind of more than one Western Icelander, Taylor must have seemed like another Moses in the wilderness protecting his people.
In this sense, Icelanders have nowhere to go (save emigration) and thus need to sustain the available resources for the common good This fundamental attitude as a cultural reference point marks every Icelander and largely shapes decisions involving the community, including management of fishing resources, the fishing industry, sports fishing rights, and geothermal energy, to mention some of the more important elements in the national GDP.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and new Icelander Ambassador to Tehran Gonar Pulsen voiced their countries' enthusiasm for promoting relations in all domains.
Both blasted Croatia's failure to capitalize on the expulsion of red-carded Icelander Olafur Ingi Skulason in the 50th minute and warned that the team will have to show much more to advance to the 2014 World Cup.