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Nordic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Nationality & race
NordicNor‧dic /ˈnɔːdɪk $ ˈnɔːr-/ adjective 🔊 🔊 SANrelating to the northern European countries of Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Iceland, and Finland, or to their peopleScandinavian 🔊 the Nordic countries
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NordicThis pattern, on eschewing economic matters, was to culminate in the formation of the Nordic Council in 1952.Further afield there was a new Scandinavian venture in closer collaboration, the Nordic Council, launched in 1952.Casino with three-or four-night sails from San Juan aboard the Nordic Empress.And nearby, five Scandinavian countries have combined to build one compound, an architectural swoop of Nordic green.A friend knitted me a fabulous Nordic jumper, which immediately took on the status of security blanket.Tours depart the Breckenridge Nordic Ski Center nightly.The Nordic types are far from dominant among them.sailing in Nordic waters
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