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PARIS, February 25, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Operating income up 7.0% on a like-for-like basis excluding VNA - Organic growth at 2.2%; at 0.2% in H2
In September, redOrbit's April Flowers reported that archaeologists from the Danish Castle Centre and Aarhus University had discovered the remains of what they believed to be a Viking fortress.
Captain Gulleik Svalastog Brings 40 Years of Sailing Experience to Viking's First Ocean Ship LOS ANGELES, Oct.
Norwegian carrier uses mobile EFB services to operate efficiently in challenging terrain ENGLEWOOD, Colo., Sept.
Danish is a tricky language and expats in Denmark often find it really hard to communicate with local people.
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For the first time in over six decades, a new Viking fortress has been discovered in Denmark. The fortress, like the previously excavated ones at Fyrkat, Aggersborg and Trelleborg (all nominated for inscription in UNESCO's list of world heritage sites) is of the Trelleborg-type.
New analysis finds that outdated business models sank HBO Nordic’s chance for success. Sunnyvale, CA (PRWEB) July 29, 2014 According to new analysis
The Eurohound originated in Scandinavia for the purpose of sled dog racing. The breed is a cross between a Pointer and an Alaskan Husky. Due to the fact that the breed comes from two unrelated yet tightly bred gene pools, it is often considered a hybrid. Those that are 50 percent crosses are optimal for sprint racing; those that have a higher percentage of Pointer are better suited for distance racing teams. The appearance of the Eurohound can vary due to its performance dog status. Those...
The Barbet is a medium-sized French gun dog. It is thought to be the source of the various water dog breeds, such as the Portuguese Water Dog, American Water Spaniel, and the Poodle. The Barbet weighs between 37 and 61 pounds and stands 20 to 25 inches tall, although breeders try to keep the Barbet's height toward the lower end of the scale. The coat of the Barbet is long, wooly, and curly. It can be black, chestnut, grey, fawn and white with or without markings. The breed is...
- In medieval musical notation, a sign or neume denoting a shake or trill.