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a member of an indigenous nomadic people living in northern Scandinavia and herding reindeer

the language of nomadic Lapps in northern Scandinavia and the Kola Peninsula

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Although the Indo-European languages of Scandinavia are unrelated to the Uralic languages that include Lapp, the Norse also knew the North Star as the "world nail" and imagined the world axis as a mythic cosmic ash tree.
This Lapp "pillar of the world" was part of an old sacrificial site seen in the 18th century near Porsanger Fjord on what is now the northernmost coast of Norway.
Right) Lapps, not their reindeer, are an endangered species in the modern world.
The suit he will wear later has weaves and embellishments only a Lapp woman can create; high-holiday wear is even more spectacular, his Hat of the Four Winds having sharp corners and multicolored ribbons streaming in the wind.
On older cars, Maaco services many times increase the value," Lapps said.
It's making more financial sense for some of them to repair older vehicles instead of purchasing new ones where they would have to worry about expensive monthly car payments and of course the increased gas prices," Lapps said.
According to Lapps, Maaco has close to 500 locations that provide auto painting and body repair services for over 12,000 vehicles a week, 700,000 a year, more than any other company in North America.
Cynthia and Joseph Lapp were delighted when their bright, ambitious daughter Katie was accepted to two prestigious colleges and offered sizable financial aid packages by each.
We don't want to run ourselves too far into debt,'' said Lapp, a 40-year-old homemaker.
It's common sense that keeping your car clean will help maintain the luster and condition of the paint, but we often take our cars for granted and don't take the time to keep them in top shape," Lapps said.
But, though they naturally have some grumbles, the Sami folk (which is what the Lapps call themselves) are vastly better off than the Kurds.
Tony's ability to help franchisees succeed in business was not limited to the automotive field," said Lapps.
Lapps has held numerous senior leadership roles with healthcare companies and organizations, including Voluntary Hospitals of America, Baptist Hospital in Nashville, HealthNet and Community Health Partnerships.
Rather than abandonment in 538 as Lapp supposes, the abundance of Persian material indicates that Tell el-Ful began to revive again at the end of the sixth century, at the beginning of the Persian period.
The translations of the Lord's Prayer into Sombio, Inari and Paatsjoki Lapp have been published by A.