Leiviska

Leiviska

A Finnish unit of weight approximately equivalent to 8.5 kilograms. It became obsolete when Finland adopted the metric system in 1880.
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Tynkkynen J, Hernesniemi JA, Laatikainen T, Havulinna AS, Sundvall J, Leiviska J, et al.
Drawing on Gadamer's work, Anniina Leiviska writes that "prejudices are the guiding presuppositions that allow different objects of understanding to appear as meaningful in the first place, and therefore are not positive or negative per se, but rather inevitably involved in all understanding" (584).
Authors of articles: Joonas Ahola, Frog, Clive Tolley, Ville Laakso, Samuli Helama, Tuukka Talvio, Sirpa Aalto, Petri Kallio, Jukka Korpela, Mervi Koskela Vasaru, Jari-Matti Kuusela, Teija Alenius, Matti Leiviska, Denis Kuzmin, Lassi Heininen, Sami Raninen, Anna Wessman, Elina Salmela, Kaisa Hakkinen, Johan Schalin.
Elizabeth Leiviska is the content and production manager for the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities.
The 39-year-old LMFAO singer, whose real name is Stefan Kendal Gordy, is the son of Motown Record Company founder Berry Gordy Jr and writer-producer Nancy Leiviska.
Only a few women, notably Ida Moberg (1859-1947) and Helvi Leiviska (1902-82), had had their symphonies performed in Finland before Englund began his career.
Since architecture is not included in the Exhibition catalogue, it is interesting to view the examples presented, ranging from the beginning of this century to recent developments, including Aalto, Saarinen, Blomstedt, Leiviska, Gullichsen, Kareoja or Jokela.
Hooshmand B, Solomon A, Kareholt I, Leiviska J, Rusanen M, Ahtiluoto S, et al.
Its architect, Juha Leiviska, is best known for his churches - few contemporary designers have captured the numinous to such powerful and moving effect.
Matti Senaksenaho continues the distinguished legacy of the Finnish church architecture of Engel, Aalto, Sonck, Bryggman and more recently of Juha Leiviska in his luminous churches in Myrrmaki and in Mannisto (ARs June 1987 and June 1994).