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- Rauma is a town and municipality of ca. 39,900 inhabitants on the west coast of Finland, 92 kilometres north of Turku, and 50 kilometres south of Pori. Granted town privileges on May 17, 1442, Rauma is known for its paper and maritime industry, high quality lace and the old wooden architecture of its centre, which is a Unesco world heritage site.
- Rauma is a municipality in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. It is part of the traditional district of Romsdal. The administrative centre is the town of Åndalsnes. Other settlements in Rauma include the villages of Vågstranda, Voll, Innfjorden, Veblungsnes, Verma, Isfjorden, Eidsbygda, Rødven, Åfarnes, and Mittet. Most settlement in the municipality is located along the fjords and in the Romsdalen valley.
- Rauma is a river that runs through the Romsdalen valley in Møre og Romsdal and Oppland counties in Norway. It runs for 68 kilometres from the lake Lesjaskogsvatnet in Lesja Municipality to the town of Åndalsnes in Rauma Municipality. The river was once famous for its salmon-fishing, but since an infection with Gyrodactylus salaris, only 5-10% of the original stock survives. The salmon runs up to the "Slettafoss", a 16 metres high combination of waterfalls and rapids more than 42 kilometres upriver from the estuary.
There are other places with in their name, like Old Rauma.
Rauma is a fictional character from 2008 film Cape No. 7.
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The Trauma Zone (2007)
Trusting God for Emotional Healing by R. Dandridge Collins, PhD
RAUMA IS A THIEF . It steals your ability to keep your feelings in check. The intensity of your emotional pain robs you of your capacity to respond to people and incidents calmly. Trauma pushes you to your limit. You find yourself on the edge.
KEEP MOVING (2013)
Tokyo to Cape Town by Motorbike by Monica Joseph
Rauma is an idyllic seaside town, famous for lace-making and having a wooden old town but we were not going to hang around on the edge of the oncoming winter. We had as yet not decided whether to go to Sweden or straight to Germany.
The Codependency Connection by Patricia O'Gorman, Ph.D., Philip Diaz
rauma is a response that develops when one feels one's life is being threatened or when one has witnessed serious injury or destruction (American Psychiatric Association [APA] 1994). Trauma also develops from multiple incidences of abuse ...
A Typological Study with Special Focus on the Languages of Europe by Thomas Stolz, Cornelia Stroh, Aina Urdze
Rauma on mukava kaupunki vanho-ine Rauma is nice town old-X1 talo-ine-en ja kape-ine katu-ine- en house-X1-POSS.3 and narrow-X1 street-X1-POSS.3 'Rauma is a nice town with ...
by Fred Karlsson
Rauma on mukava kaupunki vanho/ine talo/ine /en ja kape/ine katu/ine/en. Rauma is a pleasant town with its old houses and narrow streets. Chapter I2 Numerals ° Cardinal numbers ° Ordinal numbers m I9I.
Suspended Failures by J. Toikkanen
rauma is a piercing or breach of a border that puts inside and outside into a strange communication'13 would gain new leverage by refusing neat diagrammatisation and sounding familiar 20 The Intermedial ...
by Karen Ander Francis
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Rauma is a small town on the coast of Finland, used now as a port of landing for refugees. We reached there early in the morning, after an indescribable night of tossing and tumbling about, and found a breakfast prepared in the Custom House ...
by Jonathan Gleadle, Jordan Li, Tuck Yong
T rauma is a leading cause of ...
by Juan A. Asensio, Donald D. Trunkey
Augenstein t rauma is a major national health care problem that affects one of four U.S. citizens annually. Traumatic injury, both accidental and intentional, is the leading cause of death in the United ...
by Lutz D. Schmadel
Rauma 1941 U.J. Discovered 1941 October 15 by L. Oterma at Turku. Named for a Finnish town, famous for its seafaring and lace-making, that developed around a monastery in the first part of the fifteenth century. The area ...
Works and Authors of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden Since 1967 by Mitzi M. Brunsdale
September 10, 1938; Residences: Rauma and Helsinki, Finland; Occupations: journalist, author After co-authoring four crime novels with screenwriter Eero J. Tikan, respected journalist Juha Numminen walked the fictional mean streets by ...
Baseball, Basketball, Football, Hockey, Soccer by David Blevins
Oilers Toronto Maple Leafs Canada Toronto Maple Leafs Toronto Maple Leafs New York Rangers Augsburger Panther Lukko Rauma Canada St. Louis Blues Canada Augsburger Panther Edmonton Oilers REGULAR SEASON GP G A TP ...
Dictionary of Nursing (2003)
by Peter Hodgson Collin
with alcoholism chloro- /kla:rau/ prefix referring to chlorine chloroform /' klnrafaim/ noun a powerful drug formerly used as an anaesthetic chloroma /kloI' rauma/ noun a bone tumour associated with acute leukaemia chlorosis lklai' rausrs/ noun ...
by Nikolas Davies, Erkki Jokiniemi
Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden Seura, Helsinki 1993 Kauppinen, Heta & Multimãki , Leila: Perspektiivioppi; Kirjayhtymä, Oy Länsi-Suomi, Rauma 1978 Kaupunkiliitto: Kaupunkiliikenteen suunnittelu, Kaupunkiliiton kāsikirjoja ja tutkimuksia C 7, ...
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Video shows what Rauma means. A city in Finland. A municipality in Norway. Rauma pronunciation. How to pronounce, definition by Wiktionary dictionary.
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