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The Kingdom of Sweden is a country located in Northern Europe. It is the 55th biggest country in the world at 173,745 sq mi and was ranked as the world’s second most competitive country in 2010.

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Call him, or if you don't know his number, try typing in his name at http://privatpersoner.eniro.se/ You do that under "Vem (who) Namn (name) then, convince him to come back to sign the divorce papers
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Here are some interesting facts about Sweden contributed by the community: It has an Ice Hotel It has a good women's soccer team It is the home of incredibly hot girls, mostly blondes. It is the home of ABBA. It is the home of IKEA. Sweden is the country that, in proportion to its GNP, gives most mo…
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The Americans were housed in many different cities and towns throughout Sweden. I believe the camp you are speaking of is Loka Brunn, http://www.lokabrunn.se/, which is located just north of Karlskoga and southeast of Filipstad. Loka Brunn was and still is an award winning health spa. You can read s…
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During the invasion of Scandinavia, Sweden remained neutral; but, because much of their income was generated by exporting iron, they continued to sell it to Nazi Germany. Sweden would not help Finland fight off the Soviet attack, but 8,000 Swedes volunteered for the Finnish army, to bolster the Swed…
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Raoul Wallenberg and Count Folke Bernadotte saved over 100.000 European Jews from concentration camps, the king Gustav V attempted to negotiate with Hitler to treat Jews more "humanely". Nearly all of the Jews in Denmark managed to escape to Sweden, so the answer would be yes.
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Sweden's national sport is football (soccer). In Sweden, it is spelled fotboll.
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Sweden has never been occupied by any nation.
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Yes.Neither Sweden nor Switzerland are members of any military alliance. The Swiss constitution bans the country from joining any military alliance.
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"Washingtonians"
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Answer Sweden has had 26 wars ranging from 1521 (the Danish liberation war two years before Gustav Vasa climbed the throne) to 1814 (the campaign against Norway when Sweden forced Norway into a union. Before this Sweden was in several wars as well, and in between Sweden have been at war with Pol…
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This Page is A Load of nothing yes it is it has not one answer i was looking forAns : Yellow and blue. And this stink
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Answer Probably the same as children in most other countries Eat, sleap, play, cry, poo.
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In Swedish you say "Haj" when you want to greet someone.
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Stockholm is the Capital city of Sweden. The province capitals is as following: province/capital. for english names of the cities, remove the umlauts from the ÅÄÖ letters except for göteborg which is spelled Gothenburg and the ones ending with Å where the letter is just removed in english. (u…
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Not as i have ever heard ofThere is a Swede by the name of Henrik Lundqvist, however, who is the goalie for the New York Rangers hockey team. He has, through his accomplishments over the years, including an Olympic gold medal and three Vezina nominations, earned the name "King Henrik". So there may …
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Floorball, soccer, tennis and ice hockey are pretty popular in Sweden.
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The Gulf of Bothnia, which is the northern arm of the Baltic Sea. In Finnish: Pohjanlahti In Swedish: Bottniska viken
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Swedish neutrality refers to Sweden's policy of neutrality in armed conflicts, which has been in effect since the early 19th century. The policy originated largely as a result of Sweden's involvement in the Napoleonic Wars during which over a third of the country's territory was lost
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Answer what does the blue and yellow stand for on the swedeish flag Answer I dont think anyone knows for certain but there are many theories. According to the mythology, the Swedish 12th century king Eric the Holy saw a yellow cross in the sky as he landed in Finland during the First Swedish…
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because it was
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In the Midwestern United States, the land is flat and consists of prairies. The major land use of the Midwest is agriculture and growth.
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Yes, but you have to pay for study material. After Fall 2011, students from outside of Europe have to pay for studying at a university level in Sweden.
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There is no Dark Bloomer street in Goteborg, Sweden. There are many streets in the city but there are none with that name.
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Holiday's for Jehovah's Witnesses Jehovah's Witnesses can not celebrate the 4th of July because they only celebrate weddings, anniversaries, and religiously-bound holidays (ex.- Christmas). Answer The Jehovah's Witnesses do not celebrate Christmas. The only holidays they celebrate are what we…
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there are many people in Sweden who speak English and try to find an area that has a need for English speaking, or try to learn swedish as you go. David G
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Any decade is known by the term most commonly used. This decade will be known as the 2000's (as in 'two thousand nine'). This can change over time - in twenty years who knows what it will be referred as. Back in the early 1900's, the first decade was known as the 'aughts' (as in 'aught oh nine'). I…
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Probably wouldn't be much different than anywhere else in western Europe. You need to ask an actual question if you want a more specific answer than that.
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Yes, there is a reciprocal agreement.
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I would recommend Sparknotes.
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There are many variables. Private practice versus academic. Geography. Experience. Workload. Payer mix. Starting salaries for radiation oncologists in first year out of residency are usually 300 to 400 thousand dollars per year. Typical private practice U. S. radiation oncologists make between …
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There is no real name for them - unlike other types of rugs. They might be folded in with scandinavian rugs or vintage rugs - take a look at the attached links... as you can see, some of the rugs will carry the name of the artists who created it.
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Swedish krona (singular) or kronor (plural); in Swedish: svenska kronor; sometimes referred to as Swedish Crowns (SEK). In English you occasionally see the plural kronas, which makes sense but is a bit of a hybrid; Crowns must be a better option.
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The currency of Sweden is the Swedish krona (plural: kronor), abbreviation SEK.
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Angstrom died on June 21st 1874 in Uppsala, Sweden. A noted Swedish physicist who studied among others light spectrum. His death is categorized as "unspecified." There is some conjecture, and only one theory that he was slowly poisoned by his work.
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Answer 0.72% Or 0,86% depending on source.
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Toronto, ON (YTO) to Stockholm (STO) Shortest Flight Duration * 10 hours 25 mins * Via Amsterdam, Amsterdam (AMS)
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Swedish people eat approximately 15 liters of ice cream a year.
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The theory is that during the first Swedish crusade sometime in year 1000, Erik den Helige (Erik the Holy) arrived to Finland. The first thing he saw was the yellow sun in the blue sky and that it where the yellow come from.
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If you mean a Master's Degree within the are of medicine, you are right! It is "free" to study in Sweden, however you have to pay for the books you might need. If you start at a school a long way from home you will need to find a place to live and then pay rent, food and other "stuff". Some unive…
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New Sweden was a swedish colony along the Delaware river    New Sweden included parts of Delaware, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.
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Constitutional monarchy and Parliamentary democracy. Constitutional monarchy
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Because it has been Swedish military/political policy to adhere to neutrality for 160 years and more.
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it certainly is, along with the other Scandinavian countries and most of Europe.
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Currently there are 21 counties and 290 Municipalites. There are no regions.
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Sweden doesn't have a national flower. We don't have any nationalsymbols at all actually. But the unofficial national flower is Linnaea Borealis (latin) aka Twinflower (english) aka Linnea (swedish)
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If you mean online, then i think i can help you as i am learning Swedish too.I will give you some websites that you can check help. I hope that some of them do help you.http://www.howtolearnswedish.co.ukhttp://kurser03.cfl.se/safir04/startsida.htm good for learning words and practicing.http://delica…
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No, it's never been.No it's not.
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The colonies in the Delaware river valley were known as New Sweden. These colonies were located in parts of New Jersey, in Delaware, and in Pennsylvania.
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Sweden is in EuropeSweden is located on the continent of Europe which is the sixth largest continent. Sweden is located on the North Atlantic Ocean.
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No country has occupied Sweden, at any point.
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1. grundskola 7-16 years mandatory free 2. gymnasium free 3. univerity/collage free admitted?/accepted through ; --> a. gymnasium score --> b. general knowledge Test
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Northern.
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Americans celebrate Independence Day which is the 4th of July!
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No terrorist events has taken place in Sweden since the Amalthe, 12 July 1908. Terrorism is handled by the SÄPO police organizartion. (It is similar to the CIA in purpose.)
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The national animal of Sweden is the elk. The Lion, Elk and Dalecarlian horse are the national animals of Sweden.
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Answer (: x x xMore people are born in August than any other month. October is second.january is 3rd...(New person) : I think you might be right :/ i was born in August but i think the most popular is October. The survey says that the month most people are born is different to the month that's most …
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The Gulf of Bothnia, an arm of the Baltic Sea, lies between Sweden and Finland. Finnish: Pohjanlahti Swedish: Bottniska viken
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Answer Protestant. Answer Gustav I Vasa introduced protestantism as state religion in 1527, before that Sweden had been a catholic country.
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King Carl XVI Gustaf has been king of Sweden since September 15, 1973. Currently, as of December 2013, Sweden's Prime Minister is Frederik Reinfeldt. The next election will take place in September of 2014.
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it wouldn't help in his campaign, mountains and chocolate, not he best use of his troops.- - - - - - - -Germany primarily wanted two things from Sweden : Iron ore and Train transit to Finland. As it turned out they could get both by the mere threat of invasion, no invasion was needed.
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Linnea Borealis or Twinflower is the national flower of Sweden. Named after Linnaeus (the Swedish 'father of taxonomy'), Linna is a very delicate wild plant - just about 1 in. high - growing in the deep shadow of Northern spruce forests. The plant has two flowers on top of each very thin stem. Folia…
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"Polar bears live in extreme cold weather conditions. They are found around the North Pole. They also have their habitat in Tundra, Greenland and towards north side of North America, Europe and Asia." see: http://www.buzzle.com/editorials/12-10-2004-62758.asp
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Just like the UK and USA but they do All the main celebrations like santa and the present opening on Christmas eve.
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Answer Yes, but we celebrate it the 24th of December.
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the true positive answer is stockholm
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9.4 million people.
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10.78100 million U.S. dollars
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Answer Sweden is divided into three lands: Götaland Svealand Norrland These three lands are divided into 25 provinces: In Götaland: Blekinge, Bohuslän, Dalsland, Gotland, Halland, Skåne, Småland, Västergötland, Öland, Östergötland In Svealand: Dalarna, Närke, Södermanland, Uppland…
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Pizza is most popular
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Gulf of Finland (in finnish; Suomenlahti)
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It encompassed areas in Delaware, Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
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ABBA, H&M, Eric Saade, IKEA, Pippi Longstocking, Alexander Skarsgard, EA Games.
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No it was "neutral" like the Swiss. They did Germany some banking and business favours and let them move troops through the country so the Germans saw no need to occuppy it.
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Constitutional monarchy and Parliamentary democracy.
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In Sweden, Christmas is celebrated on the 24th of December. Most people spend the day with their relatives and loved ones and eat "julbord". In the evening, one (usually a family member) dresses up as Santa Claus and gives people their presents from a large bag. (Some people think Swedes celebrate …
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Sweden is mainly Christian, but there are people with other religions too.
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The official language is Swedish. Five other minority languages are also recognized: Finnish, Meänkieli, Sami, Romani and Yiddish In school children learn English, and later they can also choose to learn German, Spanish or French.
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Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Iceland and the Faroe Islands are all part of Scandinavia.Gurjot Singh Sodhi
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That it is a country and i probably know allot about Sweden because i live there now..... Wait a sec why are U asking that? (-:
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Sweden is an export-oriented mixed economy featuring a modern distribution system, excellent internal & external communications, & a skilled labour force.
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Answer Gold
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Sweden is in Europe.
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they like to play lots of sports
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December 24th
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Stockholm 1,253,309 people Goteborg 504,084 people Malmo 261,548 people
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Sweden is a country!
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Sweden is a sovereign state in northern Europe on the Scandinavian peninsula.It lies between Norway (to the west) and Finland (to the east). The Baltic Sea connects Sweden to several other countries, including Denmark, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Germany. (It also borders Russia through R…
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A yellow cross in the middle, with the vertical bar slightly to the left. The four rectangles are royal blue
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after the time of christ, probably after wide-spread christianity. it was created to compete with another holiday celebrated by a different religion at the time.
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Norway to the north-west, Finland to the north-east. Denmark does not however really border to Sweden but there is a bridge between Malmö and Copenhagen.
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No, Sweden took a neutral stand during the Second World War, so Germany did not invade them. PS: Just in case you aren't sure, a neutral stand is when a country neither goes to war or picks sides during a conflict.
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More than half of Sweden is covered with forest. Skanderna, the Scandinavian mountain chain, lies to the West of the country and separates it from Norway.
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