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either of two distinct works in Old Icelandic dating from the late 13th century and consisting of 34 mythological and heroic ballads composed between 800 and 1200

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Speaking of the decision to choose Optimarin's system for the company's flagship, Edda Accommodation's John Einar Edvardsen, Technical Superintendent, explains: "The quality of the accommodation and service we provide on Edda Fides is second to none in the industry.
In 1932 Borges's article "Noticia de los kenningar" (sic) appeared in the journal Sur and a connection with the Snorra Edda was definitively forged.
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of Wisconsin- Madison) analyzes 10 poems from the 13th-century Icelandic manuscript The Poetic Edda in terms of the oral formulaic theory, a system for examining how texts relate to their assumed oral precedents.
Norway's third-largest newspaper publisher, Edda Media, part of the Mecom Group, will replace its Web content management solutions with Polopoly from Atex, Reading, England.
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After the initial echocardiogram, 5 patients taking EDDAs continued that treatment, and 27 switched to a non-EDDA.
Norwegian business software provider Mamut ASA (OSE:MAMUT) said on Wednesday (27 May) that it has signed a final agreement regarding acquisition of "KlubbenOnline" including "Medlemsservice" from EDDA Digital.
The photo, Klara And Edda Belly-Dancing, had been removed from an exhibition at the Baltic gallery in Gateshead last month after management had sought advice before it was put on public display.
Norwegian IT company Mamut ASA said on Thursday (27 March) that it has agreed to acquire the online web hub KlubbenOnline from EDDA Digital in a NOK7m deal.
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Entitled Klara And Edda Belly-Dancing, the photograph depicts an image of two naked young girls and was taken by controversial American photographer Nan Goldin.