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is an Icelandic ( and equivalently Old Norse ) term consisting of two parts.

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## Some Related Sentences

is and Icelandic

Some adaptations

**of**the Latin alphabet are augmented with ligatures, such as æ in**Old**English**and**__Icelandic__**and**Ȣ in Algonquian ; by borrowings from other alphabets, such as the thorn þ in**Old**English**and**__Icelandic__, which came from the Futhark runes ;**and**by modifying existing letters, such as the eth ð**of****Old**English**and**__Icelandic__, which__is__a modified d**.**Other alphabets only use a subset**of**the Latin alphabet, such as Hawaiian,**and**Italian, which uses the letters j, k, x, y**and**w only in foreign words**.****(**from

__Icelandic__for " Æsir faith ", pronounced, in

**Old**

**Norse**

**)**

__is__a form

**of**Germanic neopaganism which developed in the United States from the 1970s

**.**

The

**term**__is__the**Old****Norse**/__Icelandic__translation**of**, a neologism coined in the context**of**19th century romantic nationalism, used by Edvard Grieg in his 1870 opera Olaf Trygvason**.**
* In Germanic languages, except English, East Sea

__is__used: Afrikaans**(**Oossee ), Danish**(**Østersøen ), Dutch**(**Oostzee ), German**(**Ostsee ),__Icelandic__**and**Faroese**(**Eystrasalt ), Norwegian**(**Østersjøen ),**and**Swedish**(**Östersjön ).
Another Indo-European example

__is__star**(**English ), str-( Sanskrit ), tara**(**Hindi-Urdu ), étoile**(**French ), ἀστήρ**(**astēr**)****(**Greek or ἀστέρι / ἄστρο, asteri / astro in Modern Greek ), stella**(**Italian ), aster**(**Latin**)**stea**(**Romanian**and**Venetian ), stairno**(**Gothic ), astl**(**Armenian ), Stern**(**German ), ster**(**Dutch**and**Afrikaans ), starn**(**Scots ), stjerne**(**Norwegian**and**Danish ), stjarna**(**__Icelandic__), stjärna**(**Swedish ), stjørna**(**Faroese ), setāre**(**Persian ), stoorei**(**Pashto ), seren**(**Welsh ), steren**(**Cornish ), estel**(**Catalan ), estrella Spanish, estrella Asturian**and**Leonese, estrela**(**Portuguese**and**Galician**)****and**estêre or stêrk**(**Kurdish ), from the PIE, " star ".
Danish, together with Swedish, derives from the East

**Norse**dialect group, while the old Norwegian dialects before the influence**of**Danish**and**Bokmål__is__classified as a West**Norse**language together with Faroese**and**__Icelandic__**.**
A draugr, draug or

**(**__Icelandic__**)**draugur**(**original**Old****Norse**plural draugar, as used here, not " draugrs "), or draugen**(**Norwegian, Swedish**and**Danish, meaning " the draug "), also known as aptrganga (" afturgöngur " in modern__Icelandic__**)****(**literally " after-walker ", or " one who walks after death ")__is__**an**undead creature from**Norse**mythology, a subset**of**Germanic mythology**.**
The original pronunciation

__is__preserved in the names for the city in other languages such as**Old**English Difelin,**Old****Norse**Dyflin, modern__Icelandic__Dyflinn**and**modern Manx Divlyn**.**
In Dutch, Easter

__is__known as Pasen**and**in the Scandinavian languages Easter__is__known as påske**(**Danish**and**Norwegian ), påsk**(**Swedish ), páskar**(**__Icelandic__**)****and**páskir**(**Faeroese ).
The Norwegian expressions seldom appear in genuine folklore,

**and**when they do, they are always used synonymous to huldrefolk or vetter, a category**of**earth-dwelling beings generally held to be more related to**Norse**dwarves than elves which__is__comparable to the__Icelandic__huldufólk**(**hidden people ).
" A third, proposed in 1895 by Eiríkr Magnússon, but since discredited,

__is__that it derives from the__Icelandic__place name Oddi, site**of**the church**and**school where students, including Snorri Sturluson, were educated**.**
The Poetic Edda, also known as Sæmundar Edda or the Elder Edda,

__is__a collection**of****Old****Norse**poems from the__Icelandic__medieval manuscript Codex Regius (" Royal Book ").
The Prose Edda, sometimes referred to as the Younger Edda or Snorri's Edda

__is__**an**__Icelandic__manual**of**poetics which also contains many mythological stories**.**
Eth

**(**Ð, ð ; also spelled edh or eð**)**__is__a letter used in**Old**English,__Icelandic__, Faroese**(**in which it__is__called edd ),**and**Elfdalian**.**
In the

__Icelandic__books the Poetic Edda**and**the Prose Edda, Freyr__is__presented as one**of**the Vanir, the son**of**the sea god Njörðr, brother**of**the goddess Freyja**.**
Sometimes " folklore "

__is__religious in nature, like the tales**of**the Welsh Mabinogion or those found in__Icelandic__skaldic poetry**.**

is and equivalently

# As exploratory data analysis,

**an**ANOVA__is__**an**organization**of****an**additive data decomposition,**and**its sums**of**squares indicate the variance**of**each component**of**the decomposition**(**or,__equivalently__, each set**of**terms**of**a linear model ).
In mathematics,

**an**algebraic number__is__a number that__is__a root**of**a non-zero polynomial in one variable with rational coefficients**(**or__equivalently__— by clearing denominators — with integer coefficients ).
Similarly, P

__is__said to satisfy the descending chain condition**(**DCC**)**if every descending chain**of**elements eventually terminates, or__equivalently__if any descending sequence
Inflation

__is__defined either as the devaluation**of**a currency or__equivalently__the rise**of**prices relative to a currency**.**
To establish that a function

__is__computable by Turing machine, it__is__usually considered sufficient to give**an**informal English description**of**how the function can be effectively computed,**and**then conclude " By the Church – Turing thesis " that the function__is__Turing computable**(**__equivalently__partial recursive ).
One reason for the popularity

**of**the dissociation constant in biochemistry**and**pharmacology__is__that in the frequently encountered case where x = y = 1, K < sub > d </ sub > has a simple physical interpretation: when = K < sub > d </ sub >, = or__equivalently__/(+)= 1 / 2**.**
Because

**of**this, it__is__traditional to define the decision problem__equivalently__as: the set**of**inputs for which the problem returns yes**.**
The depth

**of**the study**of**general Diophantine equations__is__shown by the characterisation**of**Diophantine sets as__equivalently__described as recursively enumerable**.**
or

__equivalently__, integrating by**parts**, assuming ƒ < sup >( 2p )</ sup >__is__differentiable again**and**recalling that the odd Bernoulli numbers are zero:
Note that this derivation does assume that ƒ

**(**x**)**__is__sufficiently differentiable**and**well-behaved ; specifically, that ƒ may be approximated by polynomials ;__equivalently__, that ƒ__is__a real analytic function**of**exponential type**.**
Define f

**(**x**)**to be the highest power**of**the maximal ideal M containing x**(**__equivalently__, to the power**of**the generator**of**the maximal ideal that x__is__associated to ).
In abstract algebra, a field

__is__a commutative ring which contains a multiplicative inverse for every nonzero element,__equivalently__a ring whose nonzero elements form**an**abelian group under multiplication**.**
For example,

**an**ester**(**RCOOR ') has**an**ester functional group**(**COOR**)****and**__is__composed**of****an**alkoxy moiety (- OR ')**and****an**acyl moiety**(**RCO -), or,__equivalently__, it may be divided into carboxylate**(**RCOO -)**and**alkyl (- R ') moieties**.**
Matching the theory's prediction to observational results for planetary orbits

**(**or,__equivalently__, assuring that the weak-gravity, low-speed limit__is__Newtonian mechanics ), the proportionality constant can be fixed as κ = 8πG / c < sup > 4 </ sup >, with G the gravitational constant**and**c the speed**of**light**.**
This

__is__not a hypothesis but**an**illustration**of**the fact that any description**of**the physical world can be__equivalently__expressed in more than one way**.**
Under Galilean transformations, the time t < sub > 2 </ sub > − t < sub > 1 </ sub > between

**two**events__is__the same for all inertial reference frames**and**the distance between**two**simultaneous events**(**or,__equivalently__, the length**of**any object, | r < sub > 2 </ sub > − r < sub > 1 </ sub >|)__is__also the same**.**
The logistic map

__is__a polynomial mapping**(**__equivalently__, recurrence relation**)****of**degree 2, often cited as**an**archetypal example**of**how complex, chaotic behaviour can arise from very simple non-linear dynamical equations**.**

is and Old

It

__is__clear that, while most writers enjoy picturing the Negro as a woolly-headed, humble old agrarian who mutters `` yassuhs ''**and**`` sho' nufs '' with blissful deference to his white employer**(**or, in__Old__South terms, `` massuh ''**)**, this stereotype__is__doomed to become in reality as obsolete as Caldwell's Lester**.**
All but the most rabid

**of**Confederate flag wavers admit that the__Old__Southern tradition__is__defunct in actuality**and**sigh that its passing was accompanied by the disappearance**of**many genteel**and**aristocratic traditions**of**the reputedly languid ante-bellum way**of**life**.**
As Sir Charles Oman once said, `` it

__is__no longer fashionable to declare that we can say nothing certain about__Old__English origins ''**.**
The New English Bible

**(**the__Old__Testament**and**Apocrypha will be published at a future date**)**has not been planned to rival or replace the King James Version, but, as its cover states, it__is__offered `` simply as the Bible to all those who will use it in reading, teaching, or worship ''**.**__Old__Order, acted

**and**atonally sung by Grunnfeu Arapacis, the lovely Serbantian import, then entered

**and**delivered the well-known invocation to the god Phineoppus, whereupon the stage

__is__quite unexpectedly visited by a company

**of**wandering Gorshek priests, symbolizing Love, Lust, Prudence

**and**General Motors, respectively

**.**

__Old__Mr. Pocket's frantic response to life imprisonment with a useless, social-climbing wife

__is__to `` put his

**two**hands into his disturbed hair ''

**and**`` make

**an**extraordinary effort to lift himself up by it '', whereas Joe Gargery endures the shrewish onslaughts

**of**Mrs. Joe by apologetically drawing `` the back

**of**his hand across

**and**across his nose ''

**.**

The party

__is__to raise money for the__Old__Town Art center**and**to plant more crabapple trees along the streets**of**__Old__Town**.**
`` A Toast To The Bride '', sung by Clarence Nordstrom, playing a character called

__Old__Man Toomey,__is__quite simple, direct**and**touching**.**
It

__is__the belief**of**__Old__Babylonian scholars such as Carruccio that__Old__Babylonians " may have used the abacus for the operations**of**addition**and**subtraction ; however, this primitive device proved difficult to use for more complex calculations ".
Another notable script

__is__Elder Futhark, which__is__believed to have evolved out**of**one**of**the__Old__Italic alphabets**.**
The earliest known alphabet in the wider sense

__is__the Wadi el-Hol script, believed to be**an**abjad, which through its successor Phoenician__is__the ancestor**of**modern alphabets, including Arabic, Greek, Latin**(**via the__Old__Italic alphabet ), Cyrillic**(**via the Greek alphabet**)****and**Hebrew**(**via Aramaic ).0.096 seconds.