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Finland

Places

  1. Finland, officially the Republic of Finland, is a Nordic country in Northern Europe bordered by Sweden to the west, Norway to the north and Russia to the east; Estonia lies to the south across the Gulf of Finland.
  2. Finland is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Crystal Bay Township, Lake County, Minnesota, United States. As of the 2010 census, its population was 195.
  3. Finland a.k.a. Finland, Pennsylvania is a small village and an unincorporated community on the Unami Creek in southern Milford Township, Bucks County. It is split between the Green Lane zip code of 18054 and the Pennsburg zip code of 18073. The immediate area was known in the 1920s as the "Poconos of Philadelphia" and as "The Fineland," and it is from this latter name that the US post office had put it on the map as Finland in 1886. Multiple summer camps have been located in this area and one of them is still in use. The Unami Creek flows southward to the Perkiomen Creek. The village was established by Finnish immigrants to New Sweden.

There are other places with in their name, like Finland Proper, Southwest Finland, Grand Duchy of Finland, Eastern Finland Province, Western Finland Province, Southern Finland Province, National Museum of Finland, Eastern Gulf of Finland National Park.

Music

  1. "Finland" is a Monty Python comedy song written and performed by Michael Palin and arranged by John Du Prez with a guitar accompaniment. It features on Monty Python's Contractual Obligation Album from 1980, is also included on the CD Monty Python Sings, and was incorporated into the musical Spamalot.
  2. "Finland" is a musical EP of The Cassandra Complex.
    • released in (26 years ago)
  3. "Finland" is a composition.
  4. "Finland" is a musical album of David Shutrick.
    • released in (24 years ago)

Writings

  1. "Finland" is a book by Roger Connah.
    • subjects: Finland, Architecture, History
  2. "Finland" is a book by Thorsten Odhe.
    • also known as "Finland: a nation of co-operators"
  3. "Finland" is a book by J. Jackson.
  4. "Finland" is a book by John Langdon-Davies.
  5. "Finland" is a book by Michael Jones.
    • also known as "Finland: daughter of the sea"

There are many other writings with this title.

Miscellanea

Finland a.k.a. Government of Finland: Finland is a republic with a representative democracy governed accordingly to the principles of parliamentarism. Legislative power is vested in the Parliament of Finland. Executive power is exercised by the Cabinet, officially termed Council of State, which is led by the Prime Minister, the Head of Government. Some matters are decided by the President of Finland, the Head of State, in plenary meetings with the Council of State, echoing the constitutional history of a privy council. The President is otherwise not present in the Council, but decides on issues such as personal appointments and pardons on the advice of the relevant minister. In the ministries, matters of secondary importance are decided by individual ministers, advised by the minister's State Secretary. The Prime Minister and the other ministers in the Council of State are responsible for their actions in office to the Parliament.

Phrases with Finland

  1. Finland-Swedish Sign Language
  2. gulf of finland
  3. capital of finland

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Finland

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Google previewWorld-wide workforce II (2014)

An intercultural benchmark of global recruiting practices by Sander Schroevers, Barbara Blokpoel, Chiara Riga

Sidney David, Yasin Oraz, IlyasOuahhoud & Esra Sahingöz Finland is a Nordic country located in northern Europe and borders on Sweden, Russia, Estonia and Norway. The capital and largest city is Helsinki, and Finnish is the most spoken ...

Google previewArctic Law and Governance (2017)

The Role of China and Finland by Timo Koivurova, QIN Tianbao, Sébastien Duyck, Tapio Nykänen

Finland is a small European state, while China is a rising superpower whose role in the Arctic is continuously questioned. China has sustained an 8–10 per cent annual gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate since the 1980s.47 Now, ...

Google previewParties, Governments and Voters in Finland (2014)

Politics Under Fundamental Societal Transformation by Lauri Karvonen

Country and people7 Vast in terms of territory and small in terms of population, Finland is a sparsely inhabited country. The nearly 340,000 square km of its territory place it in the top third of the world's states in terms of geographic size. With a ...

Google previewFinland Investment and Business Guide Volume 1 Strategic and Practical Information (2015)

by IBP, Inc.

Finland is an active participant in the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).

Google previewCommunity Policing in Indigenous Communities (2013)

by Mahesh K. Nalla, Graeme R. Newman

Finland is a Member State of the European Union (EU), which means that the police take account on the common European security and policing strategies and justice and home affairs policies. The National Police Board under the Ministry of ...

Google previewThe Christian guardian (and Church of England magazine). (1847)

Finland is an extensive country; and, like Sweden and Norway, it abounds in rocks of the primitive portions; but it is...

Google previewOECD Economic Surveys: Finland 2016 (2016)

by OECD

Finland is an innovative country According to the Innovation Union Scoreboard, which provides a multi-dimension comparative assessment of EU countries' research and innovation performances, Finland is among the innovation leaders, ...

Google previewNew Geography (1920)

by Wallace Walter Atwood

Finland is a hilly country, and among the hills there are thousands of lakes and marshes. It is an old, worndown land somewhat like New England, and like New England it has been invaded by great ice-sheets. There are stony soils, ...

Google previewGlobal Shipping in Small Nations (2011)

Nordic Experiences after 1960 by S. Tenold, M. Jes Iversen, E. Lange

Indeed, the authors claim thatinan international, rather than a Nordic, context, Finland is a rather typical shipping nation.

Google previewDangerous Multilingualism (2012)

Northern Perspectives on Order, Purity and Normality by J. Blommaert, S. Leppänen, P. Pahta, T. Virkkula, Tiina Räisänen

Finland is a country with two national languages, 1 Finnish and Swedish. Finland is by no means the only officially bilingual country in the world, but opposite to the situation in many other countries, Finnish bilingualism is highly appreciated ...

Google previewCritical Perspectives on Global Competition in Higher Education (2014)

New Directions for Higher Education, Number 168 by Portnoi, Sylvia S. Bagley

Finland is an interesting case for analysis because of a high demand for and execution of mergers in this nation over the past decade. We analyze empirical studies on Finnish university mergers specifically, supported by international studies ...

Google previewBest Tent Camping: Minnesota (2012)

Your Car-Camping Guide to Scenic Beauty, the Sounds of Nature, and an Escape from Civilization by Tom Watson

Site 4, the last one in this small loop, Privacy: ,,, Spaciousness: , , Quiet: ,,,, Security: ,,, Cleanliness: ,,, Finland is a spacious site at the base of those dominating pines. These four sites are completely different from each other in size, shape, and ...

Google previewExporters' Encyclopaedia (1917)

ROUTES Abo, Finland . . . . . . . . . . 2, 3, 4, 5, 11 Archangel .

2, 3, 4, 5 Brahestad, Finland . . . . . . . . 2, 3, 4, 5 Charkow .

Google previewInternational encyclopedia of adolescence (2007)

A-J, index by Jeffrey Jensen Arnett

Background Information The first crusade to Finland by the Swedes took place in 1155, and the country subsequently became part of the Swedish realm. It was handed over to Russia by Sweden in 1809, and became a partly autonomous ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the European Union (2013)

by David Phinnemore, Lee McGowan

FINANCIAL POLICY: See Economic and Financial Policy FINLAND has emerged as the most proEuropean Union (EU) member statewithin Scandinaviaand, unlike bothDenmark and Sweden, signed up as one of the initial members of the ...

Google previewFinnish Dictionary & Phrasebook (2002)

Finnish-English, English-Finnish by Ville Kataja

Wedged between Sweden and Russia, Finland is a unique country with a culture and heritage all its own. Finnish stands alone among the other European languages and is unrelated to the Germanic, Slavic or Romanic languages like English ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Bilingualism and Bilingual Education (1998)

by Colin Baker, Sylvia Prys Jones

Finland is usually described as being a Scandinavian country, but Finnish is not related to Swedish or to the other Scandinavian languages, Norwegian, Danish, Icelandic, Greenlandic and Faroese. There are about 296,000 Swedish speakers ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Epidemiology (2014)

by Miquel Porta

Netherlands DAN KREWSKI Ottawa, Ontario, Canada NINO KÜNZLI Basel, Switzerland DIANA KUH London, England, UK ESA LÄÄRÄ Oulu, Finland CHANDRAKANT LAHARIYA, New Delhi, India STEPHEN LAMBERT Melbourne, Victoria, ...

Google previewThe Biographical Encyclopedia of Jazz (2007)

by the late Leonard Feather, Ira Gitler

Finland, 6/11/64.

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Quotes about Finland

Eventually, in '84, we made a film for a little over a million dollars - with American actors that was shot in English - that was shown in Finland A little action film called Born American. (Renny Harlin)
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Scrabble value of F4I1N1L1A1N1D2

The value of this 7-letter word is 11 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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