Faroese


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Synonyms for Faroese

a Scandinavian language (closely related to Icelandic) that is spoken on the Faroe Islands

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David Healy's Blues will be big favourites to add another Faroese scalp to the list when they face HB Torshavn in the first leg of their second qualifying round tie this evening.
The visit from the historic ships came courtesy of the Faroese Association of Wooden Sailing Ships, or FelagiO Foroysk Traeseglskip.
But they currently sit fifth in the Faroese table after 15 games and the small band of away supporters travelled more in hope than expectation.
He chose exclusively biographical poems about Faroese people--an obscure fisherman named Hugo, teacher and poet Roi Patursson, novelist William Heinesen (who turned down a Nobel Prize nomination), pioneering modernist poet Jens Hendrik Djurhuus, and Aleksandur Kristiansen.
I was fortunate to enjoy the 20-dish tasting menu, which majors on Faroese cooking methods - dried, pickled, smoked - and ingredients like sea urchins, lamb's heart, langoustine, reindeer lichen and marsh marigolds.
"This is an important step and a proper avenue to seek the revocation of the EU's coercive economic measures, which are in clear violation of the EU's obligations pursuant to the WTO agreement," said Faroese Prime Minister Kaj Leo Holm Johannesen.
Since 2001 the company has also provided offshore services in the Faroese, UK, Danish and Dutch sectors.
sanctions, which were applied the next week, prohibited Faroese exports
Furthermore, this tiny country is seemingly such a threat to the fishing industry as a whole that the bloc pledged to also prevent some Faroese vessels from docking in EU ports unless in an emergency.
The fault lies almost entirely with the EU and the Norwegians, both having so far behaved badly by demanding 90% of the North Atlantic quota, based on historic rights, even though the fish have moved north into Faroese and Icelandic waters.
21 March 2012 - Faroe Islands-based lender BankNordik P/F (CPH:BNORDIK) on Wednesday said it had dropped plans to buy 50% in local life insurer Foroya Livstrygging (Liv) from the Faroese government after the parties failed to agree on terms.
Last May, BankNordic agreed to buy half of Liv for DKK35m (USD6.1m/EUR4.7m) from the Faroese government.