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the official language of Finland

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Certainly, the Finnish trial is inconclusive about vitamin E's purported ability to reduce the risk of heart disease.
at Finn Park, all kinds of events and activities have been planned by the society to celebrate traditional and modern Finnish culture.
According to the Finnish news agency STT the shares represent 6.4% of Kemira.
Web pages of two candidates from the Finnish National Coalition Party had reportedly been altered with racist and sexist replies to a questionnaire that aimed to give voters information on candidates' views.
But, though Stockholm was (and in many ways remains) the most important posting in the Finnish diplomatic service, the embassy had to work out of cramped and sometimes temporary quarters.
Spanish-based Internet company Cybeerwine is selling beer and wine for home delivery to Finnish consumers through its Finnish web pages.
THE NINTH FULL MOON FESTIVAL OF CONTEMPORARY FINNISH DANCE AT PYHAJARVI (THE FULL MOON DANCE FESTIVAL) PYHAJARVI, FINLAND VARIOUS VENUES JULY 25-29, 2000
The papers included in this yearbook of the Finnish Society of Applied Linguistics (AFinLA) were presented at the 1998 AFinLA conference "Linguistics and Finland: Crossing the Gulf." Papers are in Finnish, Estonian, or English, but all have accompanying English abstracts.
When Ars 95 - the largest exhibition of contemporary art ever held in the Nordic countries - opened at the Ateneum building of the Finnish National Gallery, in Helsinki, I spent part of the night in the cellar.
They found that healthy Finnish babies who ate less saturated fat for 6 months had 6 to 8 percent lower concentrations of cholesterol in their blood than infants who continued to eat a somewhat richer, though still low-fat, diet.
Folklorist and philologist who created the Finnish national epic, the Kalevala (1835, enlarged, 1849), from short ballads and lyric poems collected from oral tradition.
Tarmo and Helen were very active members in the Saima Park Finnish American Organization and he held the office of President during the second National Finnish-American Festival.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-15 June 2005-Negotiations to end Finnish paper industry labour dispute break down - report(C)1994-2005 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
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