Definitions

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  • proper n. The most northern of Sweden's three lands (landsdelar), the other being Götaland and Svealand.

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Examples

  • In a short time they were in Norrland, and now it mattered not how much the Sun cried and coaxed – the apple tree stopped, the cherry tree stopped, the rye blade stopped!

    Further Adventures of Nils

  • She thanked the parish secretary and got up, restless, and walked around the apartment before picking up the phone again and calling the Norrland News.

    Red Wolf

  • She had picked up the phone and dialed the Norrland News reception before even realizing she was doing it.

    Red Wolf

  • “A wedding announcement in the Norrland News published less than four weeks before the attack.”

    Red Wolf

  • Annika bit her lip, she had to get into the Norrland News archive as soon as possible.

    Red Wolf

  • “Did you see the article by Benny Ekland in the Norrland News last week?”

    Red Wolf

  • She got out of the Volvo, pulled her jacket on, and was struck for a dizzying moment by the notion that she actually lived here, that the children were at university and she worked on the Norrland News.

    Red Wolf

  • Yes, it was definitely him, a much younger and thinner version of the archivist at the Norrland News.

    Red Wolf

  • Athletics, Annika thought, remembering the cutting from the Norrland News.

    Red Wolf

  • The article was a report from the NC, which Annika presumed meant either Norrland Championship or Norrbotten Championship.

    Red Wolf

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