Skal man jobbe som tolk forutsetter det er hyt niv p norsk, samt p minst ett annet sprk. But I think this belongs to the article about Norway. globe-trotter 12:06, (EDT) This is indeed a chemical peel oslo great article. Yearly average rainfall is 2250 mm (88 inches). Unless someone can convince me not to, I will rewrite the paragraph and remove some of the info. Tolkeyrket er krevende og innebrer mye ansvar - men det er ogs veldig interessant og givende. j the Tokyo Metropolitan area consists of several cites;.g.
Otherwise the article. Similarly removed Svein Hatly, academic architect. Its pretty close to the city center heart.
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A financier interested in economics is as exceptional as a labor leader interested in the labor movement. Then Im pretty sure theyre not going to scare youre kids even half as much as a raving drunk madman would. I guess this in the case of Bergen at most includes Fjell, Os and Asky. Are listed - are these "metropolitan areas"? It may seem like a quite low number when regarding the size (and the self-imposed image) of the city, but remember that suburbia is huge in Bergen compared to cities elsewhere in the world. Also added 150px pic from Hatlestad Slide article. However when flying over this area you quickly understand why this massive metro area is the undisputed urban supercentre of Germany; double the size of Berlin or as big as Sydney and Melbourne combined Actually the state where Essen metro is located, North-Rhein Westphalia, has. The Flemish town is - rightly or wrongly - primarily referred to as "Mons" in English,.g. The often-asserted belief that our colleges are "hotbeds of radicalism" is a ludicrous fantasy,. What does this say? This message is updated dynamically through the template sourcecheck (last update: ). For older candidates, please check the archive.
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