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Steve Munson

The World 27 Oct 2021
Many people knew Steve as the "Icelander"; he enjoyed talking with people and was often described as sweet and friendly. After retiring as a carpenter, Steve enjoyed woodworking, fishing, and spending time with family. Steve was born Hjalti Gudmundsson in Nordfjordur, Iceland, in 1927.
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Abba look back: ‘In Sweden in our heyday, we were the enemies’

The Irish Times 27 Oct 2021
By the time an announcement was made on September 2nd, it had fair claim to call itself the most anticipated comeback in pop history ... 10 new songs that brought the original band together in the studio for the first time since a split that had been precipitated by the couples in the band divorcing ... “So it’s the first time.”.
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Abba on their past and future: ‘In Sweden in our heyday, we were the enemies’

The Irish Times 27 Oct 2021
By the time an announcement was made on September 2nd, it had fair claim to call itself the most anticipated comeback in pop history ... 10 new songs that brought the original band together in the studio for the first time since a split that had been precipitated by the couples in the band divorcing ... “So it’s the first time.”.
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Web Hosting Talk 26 Oct 2021
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World’s biggest underwater eruption birthed skyscraper-size volcano

Principia Scientific 26 Oct 2021
The volume of material that this volcano spawned is 30 to 1,000 times larger than other documented deep-sea eruptions. It’s more than three times larger than the 2012 Havre eruption in New Zealand and 2.5 times larger than the 2014 Bardarbunga eruption in Iceland, which was Iceland’s largest eruption in the past 200 years.
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Christmas on ice: Sales of frozen turkey double and frozen stuffing goes up by a ...

The Daily Mail 25 Oct 2021
Recent data also showed the word 'Christmas' has been searched more than 17,000 times across Iceland's website in the first week of October. Iceland said it is preparing for a much busier season than usual and increased its order of frozen turkeys by 20 per cent earlier this month.
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David Frost says EU close to breaching Brexit deal over science programme

The Observer 25 Oct 2021
A fresh Brexit row has been blown open with Brussels after Lord Frost accused the EU of being close to breaching the trade deal struck last Christmas ... It is an obligation ... Frost said he had asked his counterpart, Maroš Šefčovič, many times why there was a delay when other countries including Norway and Iceland’s membership had already been ratified ... .
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Eoghan Neff: Unrecalled – Traditional tunes given a darker edge

The Irish Times 22 Oct 2021
Cinematic in scope and discombobulating in tone, fiddle player, Eoghan Neff’s first album in 10 years is a document for the times we are living through ... With guest artists from Ireland, Spain and Iceland, this collection is unsettling and enthralling in equal measure.
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Movie theaters and new releases are back

San Francisco Examiner 22 Oct 2021
...The Last Duel,” the unsettling Icelandic film “Lamb,” James Bond in “No Time to Die,” the documentary “The Rescue,” about the quest to save 12 boys and their coach from a flooded cave in Thailand, the superhero sequel “Venom.
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Goodbye, Columbus: Vikings crossed the Atlantic 1,000 years ago

The Irish Times 21 Oct 2021
They ventured through Europe, sometimes colonising and other times trading or raiding. They possessed extraordinary boat-building and navigation skills and established settlements on Iceland and Greenland ... Oral histories called the Icelandic Sagas depict a Viking presence in the Americas.
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Vikings crossed the Atlantic 1,000 years ago

Taipei Times 21 Oct 2021
They ventured through Europe, sometimes colonizing and other times trading or raiding. They possessed extraordinary boat-building and navigation skills, and established settlements on Iceland and Greenland ... The Viking Age is traditionally defined as 793 to 1066, presenting a wide range for the timing of the transatlantic crossing.
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Vikings arrived in North America 1,000 years ago, scientists say

The National 21 Oct 2021
The Viking Age is traditionally defined as 793-1066 AD, presenting a wide range for the timing of the transatlantic crossing ... The length of the occupation remains unclear, though it may have been a decade or less, and perhaps 100 Norse people were present at any given time, Mr Dee said.
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2010: Same-sex marriage legal in Iceland

Dothan Eagle 21 Oct 2021
After same-sex marriage became legal in Iceland, the ...
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Danish amateur archaeologist finds pre-Viking treasure with about 1 kg of gold

Swords Today 21 Oct 2021
... treasure trove of gold from the 6th century, Before the time of the Vikings ... According to early analysis, at a time when the northern European climate was deteriorating due to the volcanic eruption in Iceland in 536, there may have been an offering to the gods by a local nobleman.
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The world’s largest underwater volcanic eruption created a skyscraper the size of a skyscraper

Swords Today 21 Oct 2021
Working full time, in shifts, the teams were able to accurately detect 800 earthquakes (on a scale of 3.5 to 4.9) in two weeks ... This is three times the size of the Howrah eruption in New Zealand in 2012, and 2.5 times the size of the Bardarbang eruption in Iceland in 2014, the largest eruption in 200 years.
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