Definition of Norlands

1. norland [n] - See also: norland

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Norlands

norias
norice
norices
norie
nories
norimon
norimons
noris
norite
norites
noritic
norium
nork
norks
norland
norlands (current term)
norleucine
norlignane
norlignanes
norm
norma
norma anterior
norma basilaris
norma facialis
norma frontalis
norma inferior
norma lateralis
norma occipitalis
norma posterior
norma sagittalis

Literary usage of Norlands

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1. Helenore: Or the Fortunate Shepherdess, a Pastoral Tale by Alexander Ross, Alexander Thomson (1812)
"... we norlands manna fa' To eat sae nice, nor gang- sae bra' As they that come from far awa', ... norlands ..."

2. Library Journal by American Library Association, Library Association (1885)
"It includes about 120 mss. and several thousand printed volumes. LIVERMORE, Me., Aug. 5.—The norlands, the home of the celebrated ..."

3. A Bibliography of the State of Maine from the Earliest Period to 1891 by Joseph Williamson, Maine Historical Society (1896)
"1885. at ''The norlands," Livermore, Maine. Address by Hon. EB Washburne of Illinois; ... (Engrav. of library and of the '• norlands" mansion. ..."

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