What is Latvia's motto?
"For Fatherland and Freedom"
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A short sentence or phrase chosen as encapsulating the beliefs or ideals guiding an individual,family, or institution. . A phrase that recurs throughout a musical work and has some symbolic significance.
Water and air pollution have been problematic in Latvia, stemmingfrom its industrial past under Soviet rule. However, the countryhas made significant progress in improving its environment.
Deo vindice. "under god our vindicator". "Deo Vindice" - Under God our protector. "Deo Vindice" - Under God our protector. "Deo Vindice" - Under God our protector
No state motto was ever officially adopted for Georgia. Actually,only fifteen states have an official state motto. In 1799, the newstate seal had the words Ã¢??Wisdom,Ã¢?? Ã¢??Justice,Ã¢?? andÃ¢??ModerationÃ¢?? on the front. Thus this became the assumed statemotto. The reverse side has t…he words Ã¢??Agriculture andCommerce.Ã¢?? (MORE)
Delaware's motto is "Liberty and Independence." It was given by theOrder of the Cincinnati in recognition of the fact that Delawarewas the first state of the Union.
Procentage of Catholic, Lutheran & Orthodox believers is very close: Catholic - 35% Lutheran - 30% Russian Orthodox - 20%
There are no mountains in Latvia. However, the country's highest point is the hill of GaiziÅkalns, at 312 metres above sea level.
Their motto was and is "Bhinnika Tunggal Ika" Meaning "Many But One." maybe it has something to do with the islands! Ha!
The heighest point is about 312 meters. The biggest part of the country is on the elevation of 10-80 meters
Latvia is a parliamentary Democratic Republic. Even though Latvia has a president who is the head, the largest authority has the Saeima (Parliament), Ministru Kabinets (Ministery) and the Ministru Prezidents (Prime Minister).
"Equal rights for everyone, Special rights for no-one"..... Oh wait... Nevermind, that's the NAAWP... which doesn't exist anymore.
Guam's motto is "Where America's Day Begins" This motto was "invented" as part of a promotional campaign for tourists.
When you're yourself you're never weird. That is the cornflakes motto from Sophie series by Nancy Rue.
Denmark's motto is Guds hjÃ¦lp, Folkets kÃ¦rlighed, Danmarks styrke. This means God's help, the love of the people, Denmark's strength in Danish. We don't really have a motto. But our queen says "Gud bevare Danmark (God save/preserve/protect Denmark)
The unofficial motto of the USA was " E Pluribus Unum " which is Latin for " One from many " or " One from many parts ." In 1956 "In God We Trust" Note: "In God We trust" was first used on coins in 1864 but was not made the official motto until 1956
Fiji's motto is: Rerevaka na Kalou ka doka na Tui. Translated to English is: Fear God and honor the Queen (Queen of England, that is.)
Hawaii's motto (Ua Mau ke Ea o ka Ê»Äina i ka Pono) dates back to when Hawaii was not part of the United States, however, it has been kept as all other states have mottos for example California's is 'Eureka' and New York's is 'Excelsior'
Brunei doesn't really have a 'motto' per se, but rather a national philosophy called 'Melayu Islam Beraja' (MIB), or 'Malay Muslim Monarchy'. 'Malay' refers to the Malay culture, people and language. 'Muslim' refers to the country's strong faith and adherence to Islam. 'Monarchy' refers to the …governing of the country by its beloved ruling monarch Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah. MIB permeates and influences all areas of Bruneian government, education and daily life. (You can read more about the concept of MIB at http://melayuislamberaja.info/pengenalan/definisi/. The site is in Malay, though Google Translate does a decent job of translating. (MORE)
Motto: "Plus Ultra" ( Latin ) "Further Beyond" ( English translation ) Anthem: "Marcha Real" ( Spanish ) "Royal March" ( Translation in English )
the hamilton wentworth catholic school board say that the best school motto is believing, achieving, erving
I believe it was life, liberty, Fraternity, that's just a guess. If i was you i would google it.
Latvia's economic freedom score is 65.2, making its economy the 56th freest in the 2012 Index. Its score is 0.6 point worse than last year as a result of worsened management of public finance and corruption. Latvia is ranked 25th out of 43 countries in the Europe region, and its overall score is abo…ve the world average. Latvia's ongoing transition to a more vibrant and market-oriented economy has been facilitated by openness to foreign trade and the efficiency of business regulations that promote entrepreneurial dynamism. Nonetheless, perceived corruption, exacerbated by a relatively inefficient judicial system, undermines the foundations of economic freedom and threatens long-term competitiveness. The global financial and economic turmoil took a heavy toll on Latvia, but the economy has gradually been recovering from the severe shock of the crisis, particularly since mid-2010. The country had to take an International Monetary Fund-led bailout requiring strict budget management and other economic reforms but has followed through on budget-cutting measures. With signs of economic stabilization emerging and committed political leadership in place, Latvia is better positioned than some other countries in the region to regain robust levels of growth (MORE)
well the GaiziÅkalns is the bigest mountain in Latvia Its 312 m height but i am not sure that is what you are looking for hope this helps
Chives, parsley, pepper, salt, sour cream and tomato are the ingredients in Latvia's tomato salad. Specifically, chop tomatoes into bite-sized servings. Mix gently with sour cream. Add in the following order parsley, chives, salt and pepper. Serve fresh.
Chives, cucumbers, parsley, pepper, salt and sour cream are traditional ingredients in Latvia's cucumber salad. Specifically, chop cucumbers into bite-size bits. Mix them gently with sour cream. Add in the following order parsley, chives, salt and pepper. Serve fresh.
Corn, cucumber, eggs, mayonnaise, mustard, onion, peas, pepper, pickles, potatoes, salt and sour cream are ingredients in Latvia's country potato salad. Specifically, boil potatoes and boil and halve eggs. Chop cucumber, onion and small pickles. Put the potatoes in a mixing bowl and add in the f…ollowing order pickles, cucumber, corn, peas and sour cream. Mix gently. Add salt and then pepper. Mix onion with mayonnaise and mustard and then add to the salad. Serve fresh. (MORE)
Chives, dill, egg, kefir,* lemon juice, lettuce, parsley, pepper, salt and sour cream are the ingredients in Latvia's lettuce salad. Specifically, chop into fine pieces chives, dill, lettuce and parsley. Put the lettuce pieces in a bowl. Add in the following order sour cream, kefir, parsley, chi…ves and dill. Refrigerate long enough for the taste of each ingredient to blend, generally no more than 20 minutes. Add salt and then pepper. Serve fresh. *Fermented milk drink, for which yogurt can be substituted. (MORE)
Apples, beets, celery, mayonnaise, onion, parsley, pepper, salt and sour cream are the ingredients in Latvia's beet salad. Specifically, peel and cook beets. Peel and chop apples. Finely chop celery and onion. Put in a bowl in the following order sour cream, mayonnaise and onion. Add salt and th…en pepper. Let the tastes blend a few minutes. Then add in the following order beets, apples and celery. Gently mix in sour cream as a dressing. Use the parsley as a garnish. Serve fresh. (MORE)
Apples, carrots, onion, salt, sauerkraut, sour cream and sugar are the ingredients in Latvia's sauerkraut salad with apples and carrots. Specifically, grate separately apples, carrots and onion. Put in a bowl in the following order sauerkraut, carrots, apples and onion. Mix gently. Then add in t…he following order sour cream, salt and sugar. Mix gently. Serve fresh. (MORE)
White cabbage, oil and salt are the ingredients in Latvia's stewed cabbage. Specifically, wash the cabbage, remove the leaves, and cut into small bite-sized pieces. Put the pieces in a pan, cover with oil, and cook over medium heat. The pieces are done when the leaves are lightly brown on all si…des. Add salt. Serve immediately. (MORE)
Carrots, corn, crab meat, eggs, mayonnaise, peas, pepper, potatoes, salt, small sweet pickles and sour cream are the ingredients in Latvia's potato salad. Specifically, boil, peel and dice potatoes. Cook carrots. Chop pickles. Cut hard-boiled eggs into small pieces. Put in a bowl in the follo…wing order potatoes, carrots, corn, peas, eggs, mayonnaise, sour cream, crab meat and pickles. Mix gently. Add salt and pepper. Serve fresh. (MORE)
Bread crumbs, butter, cauliflower and salt are the ingredients in Latvia's breaded cauliflower. Specifically, clean cauliflower and cut into bite-sized pieces. Put cauliflower pieces into a pan. Add butter. Fry over medium heat until soft. Remove from heat and let cool a few minutes. Add crumbs.… Mix gently. Add salt. Serve. (MORE)
Mayonnaise and peas are the ingredients in Latvia's pea salad. Specifically, put the peas in a bowl. Add mayonnaise. Mix gently. Serve fresh.
Butter, carrots and sugar are the ingredients in Latvia's sweet carrots. Specifically, slice carrots lenthwise and then boil. Put butter in a pan and melt over medium heat. Add sugar and stir continuously. Add carrots and fry for about no more than five minutes while stirring constantly. Serve i…mmediately. (MORE)
Butter, carrots, cauliflower, leeks, milk, pepper and salt are the ingredients in Latvia's milk soup with vegetables. Specifically, clean and chop carrots. Then clean and cut cauliflower heads into bite-sized pieces. Put in the following order cauliflowers, leeks and carrots into a pot filled wi…th water. Boil. Add milk. Bring to boil again. Add butter. Let the tastes blend a few minutes. Add pepper and then salt. Simmer no more than 15 minutes. Serve. (MORE)
Carrots, cauliflower, dill, egg yolk, heavy cream, leek, onion, parsley, and salt are the ingredients in Latvia's vegetarian soup. Specifically, chop separately carrots, onion and parsley. Cut cauliflower head into bite-sized pieces. Dice leek. Boil water. Add in the following order carrots, …cauliflower, onion, leek and parsley. Boil for five to ten (5-10) minutes until all vegetables are soft. Let the tastes blend while the yolk is separated from the egg and mixed gently with sour cream. Add to soup and mix gently but well. Add dill and then salt. Serve. (MORE)
Carrots, cheese, chives, green pepper, onion, parsley, pepper, potatoes and salt are the ingredients in Latvia's cheese soup. Specifically, chop parsley. Cut onion into small pieces. Dice the green pepper. Peel and cut carrots into bite-sized bits. Peel and cube potatoes. Shred soft, mild white …cheese. But potatoes and then carrots into a pot of water and boil. Add onion and then green pepper bits. Let the tastes blend a few minutes. Then add chives, salt and pepper. Stir in cheese just a bit at a time until all of the cheese is added and the soup begins to boil. Garnish with parsley and serve. (MORE)
onion, sorrel, potato, broth, dill - barley and boiled egg is optional but sour cream when serving is a must!
Cheddar cheese, eggs, frying oil and potatoes are the ingredients in Latvia's potatoes with cheese. Specifically, grate cheddar cheese. Peel, dice and fry potatoes in oil. While potatoes are cooking, mix the cheese with the eggs. Add to the potatoes. Mix gently. Fry covered for about five minute…s. Serve. (MORE)
Chives, dill, potatoes and salt are the ingredients in Latvia's boiled potatoes. Specifically, boil small new potatoes in salted water. Peel. Sprinkle with dill and then chives. Serve immediately.
Carrots, oil, sauerkraut and smoked kielbasa are the ingredients in Latvia's sauerkraut and sausage. Specifically, chop carrots. Cut sausage into bite-size pieces. Put sauerkraut in a cooking utensil. Add oil and then carrots. Let the tastes blend a few minutes. Add kielbasa. Cook over medium he…at while stirring from time to time. It will take about an hour. Serve. (MORE)
Butter, flour, salt and sprats are the ingredients in Latvia's fried sprats. Specifically, wash and clean sprats. Sprinkle salt and then flour on each side. Fry in butter. Serve with boiled potatoes and cover meat and vegetables with melted butter.
Apples, cinnamon, sugar and vanilla-flavored milk are the ingredients in Latvia's cinnamon apples. Specifically, peel and halve apples. Scoop out seeds. Place apples face up in dish. Pour sugar into the middle of each halved apple. Sprinkle with sugar. Bake for about half an hour. Pour vanilla-f…lavored milk over each apple. Serve. (MORE)
A Latvia apple pie is called an abolu platsmaize contains moststandard ingredients of an apple pie, but it also calls for eggs,buttermilk and sour creme. The dough is smoother/runnier than astandar apple pie, and placed in a baking tray or sheet with theapples lined on top much like a bed of apples.… (MORE)
Lemon, sugar, vodka and water are the ingredients in Latvia's Schnapps. Specifically, remove the peel from a lemon. Add it and then sugar to vodka. Let the tastes blend overnight, during which periodically shake the container. Dilute slightly with cold water.
Birch tree juice, black currant, lemon peel, raisins and sugar are the ingredients in Latvia's champagne. Specifically, drill a hole in a birch tree trunk. Gather and filter birch tree juice. Put in bottles and add in the following order raisins, lemon peel, black currant stick and sugar. Seal w…ith cork and sealing wax. Serve in three months. (MORE)
Pig head is the ingredient in Latvia's pig snout. Specifically, the pig's head may be boiled, salted or smoked. It is served with roasted or stewed vegetables, such as stewed cabbage. Fresh green apples are served separately.
Eggs, flour, milk and spices are the ingredients in Latvia's Easter eggs. Specifically, a hole is made at opposite ends of the uncooked egg. Air is blown into one end to force the egg to pour out the other. A pinch of spice is added to each egg that has been blown into a dish. The shells are set… aside for festive dyes. Eggs are mixed together gently. Several pinches of spices and then flour are added. The ingredients are scrambled with milk in a pan over careful heat. Serve immediately. (MORE)
Eggs and salt are the ingredients in Latvia's peasant-style scrambled eggs. Specifically, put eggs in bowl. Add desired amount of salt. Whip. Bake. Serve with rye bread.
The colours on Latvia's flag is red and white, and it is simply a red flag with a thin white stripe i n the middle.