Askel

Askel

A Finnish unit of length approximately equivalent to one meter. Its measure was never systemized and became obsolete when Finland adopted the metric system in 1880.
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Mikael Neumann (1) Guilherme Fernando Mattos Leao (2) Eloize Jaqueline Askel (3) Fabiano Marafon (4) Danubia Nogueira Figueira (5) Mailson Poczynek (6)
in barley (Johnson and Askel, 1964), sorghum (Azhar and McNeilly, 1988) and in wheat (Mahmood, 1998; Mahmood and Chowdhry, 1999; Khaliq, 2000).
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Indeed, for her his sword and rucksack alone define him as "en rigtig soldat" (a real soldier), while he in turn calls her "din gamle heks" (you old witch), but not before she has been described as such by the narrator, purely because of her repulsive looks "hun var saa askel, hendes Underlaebe hang hende lige ned paa Brystet" (she was so hideous, her lower lip hung all way down to her breast) (79; Nunnally, 5).
Askel Sandemose and Canada: A Scandinavian writer's perception of the Canadian prairies in the 1920s.
Sina tarkoitat sita suurta muutosta kuin sinulle nyt tapahtuva on, koska aviosaatyyn rupeet; tama onse tarkea askel.
Lewis Moore, Adam Harrison and Askel Armstrong were all on target for Santa Fe.