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- noun a region in northmost Europe inhabited by Lapps
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I heard Seixon headed north and is vacationing in lappland
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So, the theory, that people crossed Bering's Straits into Northern America (Alaska) and then populated its no great mystery. the idea of land bridges is silly. if people can reach samoa and new zealand and easter island on boats and rafts, why they need a land bridge to get to alaska from kamchatka or from lappland to iceland, then greenland, then ellesmere, is silly. you don't even need boats to do that, just pack ice. want to understand how the new world was populated?