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- n. A person from Iceland or of Icelandic descent.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A native, or one of the Scandinavian people, of Iceland.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A native or an inhabitant of Iceland.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a native or inhabitant of Iceland
Björk, by far the world’s most famous Icelander, is launching a new venture capital fund hoping to save her economically distressed island home: “Audur Capital will oversee the fund’s day-to-day dealings, directing an initial investment of 100m Icelandic krona (£575,000) toward sustainable, environmentally-friendly businesses.”
The Icelander is the largest hawk that is known, and highly esteemed by falconers, especially for its great powers and tractable disposition.
The Icelander was the deepest of the central trio of midfielders, the man designated to collect the ball from his centre-halves and prompt Burnley's forays upfield.
The Icelander is a Hornets legend for his goalscoring exploits during his first spell at Vicarage Road, and having fallen down the pecking order at Rangers he rejoined his old club in September.
1605: They've started again at West Ham too - apologies for the Jussi Jaaskelainen 'Icelander' references, I hope they've been wiped from the record.
The Icelander won plaudits from UK health professionals by walking on to the stage of a National Obesity Forum conference on his hands.
I guess each Icelander will be saddled with millions in debt … urgs Says:
But Spurs have decided against bidding for the Icelander, and, with the player out of favour with Monaco, Stoke have offered him a return to the Premier League.
"It's proof that each and every Icelander can hope to excel internationally, whether it is in science or business or arts or sport."
In 1975 Icelandic trawlers appeared on Rutland Water and began to harvest our fish with the intention of taking them back to Reykjavik to be salted, dried or whatever Johnny Icelander does with les fruits de mer.
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