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- n. Alternative capitalization of jotun
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In Scand. myth., one of a supernatural race of giants, enemies of the gods.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. (Norse mythology) one of a race of giants often in conflict with the Aesir
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In addition to children being major influencers in the family, we would be able to reach our target - the end-user market - while creating a strong foundation of brand loyalty among the children who will grow to associate the name Jotun with vibrant coloured paints, "said Ashish Vasudev, Marketing Manager, Jotun Paints - UAE.
The partnership has resulted in the creation of 'Jotun's House Painting', which is one of several building-themed activities within KidZania where kids can role-play as professional painters and engage in tasks of varying degrees of difficulty for either interior or exterior applications.
Granted, the band is still on one hell of a roll on this album, as opener "Jotun" soundly attests, one of the finest encapsulations of the Gothenburg sound ever put on record, Strömblad's mournful melodies working in direct contrast to the bracing gallop set by drummer Gelotte and bassist Johan Larsson.
Attracted by the high growth in the sector, global majors such as Sherwin-Williams Co., Nippon Paint Co. Ltd. and Jotun Paints have also set up shop.
'_Trembles Yggdrasil's ash yet standing; groans that ancient tree, and the Jotun Loki is loosed.
He's also landed in the middle of a clash of Aesir and Jotun, and either side might kill him.
I take out Jotun and then you turn your back on me?!?!
Loki is a Jotun, a frost giant (one of the chaos-gods of the Norse) but is bound to Odin (an Aesir, or high god) as a blood brother.
The earthen sides of the fosse seem to quiver under the drenching onset, though it is practically no more to them than the blows of Thor upon the giant of Jotun-land.
He was seated at a small table with Thorgil—the Jotun tables were far too large for them to use.
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