Definition of Finnmark
1. finmark [n -S] - See also: finmark
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Finnmark
Literary usage of Finnmark
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Norway by Gerhard Lemmer, Elke Frey, Helga Rahe (2001)
"£°"lx>'8 GOTLAND LATVIA EASTERN finnmark IA If you like solitude, wide-open spaces and unspoiled natural beauty, the coast of the Arctic Ocean is the place ..."
2. Traditional Ecological Knowledge: Concepts and Cases by Julian Inglis (1993)
"However, such demands have broad support among fishermen in finnmark. In 1987, the annual congress of the finnmark Fishermen's Union (finnmark fiskarlag) ..."
3. Adventure Guide Scandinavia by Henrik Berezin (2006)
"North of Nordland Introduction Troms and finnmark are the two northernmost ... finnmark is the biggest county in Norway but also the least populated. ..."
4. The Story of Burnt Njal: Or, Life in Iceland at the End of the Tenth Century by Sir George Webbe Dasent (1861)
"As they ran by the coast of finnmark, some of Eric's men landed and went up the country. There they found in a hut a beautiful maiden, who told them her ..."
5. An Almanack for the Year of Our Lord by Joseph Whitaker (1869)
"... including those relating to 1962, are expressed in terms of the \!cn> finnmark. Л'гш Marks 9-03— £s (see also p. 83). Revenue (Budget} New Marks ..."
6. Report of the Annual Meeting (1862)
"By L. DAA, of Christiania, The district of finnmark was situated at the ... In 1855 the population of finnmark proper was 15385 souls, and consisted of 5300 ..."