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Synonyms for Saami

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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The fourth part, by far the longest, discusses the problems that state regulation and intervention have created for reindeer pastoralism and Saami identity.
Their "spokesman" assured journalists that they were not going to give up, but intended to continue their hunger strike quietly - "in the Saami way" (198).
Reindeer breeding is known" as the Saami way of living because, in Norway, the rights to carry on reindeer husbandry belongs solely to them.
In this article I will examine the contemporary situation that has evolved alongside the Kola Saami lexicography.
In the article, the following algorithm is used to complete these tasks: first, we present an element of the Kola Peninsula landscape; second, we list all the possible lexemes in Kildin Saami which verbalise this concept, along with their lexical meanings taken from Saami language dictionaries, from the ethnographic and reference literature and from archive documents; and third, we compare the meanings given in the lexicographical sources of the late 19th-early 20th centuries with the modern referents of these words as explained by informants.
Speaking about his interaction with Saami over the course of the days spent in Karachi, Brennan reveals that the music will be nothing short of 'epic'.
The transference of language (of which the Saami have many dialects) and culture as kids grow up is crucial and the older generation was deprived of this when forcibly taken away from their families in northern Scandinavia and sent to boarding schools for acculturation in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Make a chamber cast with Cerrosafe and measure it against SAAMI specifications.
Enfin, la musique creee par Said Saami accompagnait chaque moment.
It compares the use of case for objects, predicates, and subjects, describing the Finnic languages and the related Saami, the Finnic case system, and the historical development of the partitive and accusative cases; case selection for objects; the synchronic and diachronic study of the objects of active verbs; impersonal and passive verbs and their logical objects; the objects of different verb forms; copula clauses; and existential and possessive clauses, including the case alternation of the single argument.
425" chamber mouths because that was SAAMI spec still--or so I am told.
Using the concept of internal colonisation, this paper aims to demonstrate how current disputes over wind power developments in traditional Saami mountain areas have reignited contestations between Saami people and the Swedish state.
This volume pairs climate change-related issues with legal solutions tailored to indigenous peoples and their concerns, covering world regions from the Pacific Islands to North and South America and Africa and providing a wide range of subjects: everything from reindeer husbandry in a changing Saami world to international litigation arising from climate change disputes.
Tensions, rather than alignment, exist in media, state and national building projects of transnational peoples, such as Saami and I argue these tensions point to emerging and evolving understandings of media's roles in the evolving practice of self determination.
The standards board, otherwise known as SAAMI, sets the pressure ceiling for every cartridge recognized in the United States.