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Several royal dynasties have possessed the Throne of the Kingdom of Norway: the more prominent include the Fairhair dynasty (872–970), the House of Sverre (1184–1319), and the House of Oldenburg (1450–1481, 1483–1533, 1537–1814, and from 1905) including branches Holstein-Gottorp (1814–1818) and onderburg-Glücksburg (from 1905). Kings of Norway used many additional titles between 1450 and 1905, such as King of the Wends, King of the Goths, Duke of Schleswig, Duke of Holstein, Prince of Rügen, and Count of Oldenburg.
Norway (Norwegian: Norge (Bokmål) or Noreg (Nynorsk); Northern Sami: Norga; Southern Sami: Nöörje; Lule Sami: Vuodna), officially the Kingdom of Norway, is a Nordic country in Northern Europe whose territory comprises the western and northernmost portion of the Scandinavian Peninsula; the remote island of Jan Mayen and the archipelago of Svalbard are also part of the Kingdom of Norway.
A great song doesn’t attempt to be anything - it just is. When you hear a great song, you can think of where you were when you first heard it, the sounds, the smells. It takes the emotions of a moment and holds it for years to come. A great song has all the key elements - melody; emotion; a strong statement that becomes part of the lexicon; and great production. Songs like that come out in five minutes; if I work on them more than, say, 20 minutes, they’re probably not going to work. Read Jay-Z’s full essay here. Coldplay were scrambling to finish their second album and wanted to save "Clocks," with a churning piano riff inspired by the band Muse, for a later album. Luckily, a friend intervened. He said, 'You're going on about urgency, and you're talking about keeping this song back,' " said Chris Martin.
If you’re looking for work in Norway or want to understand more about the working culture, you’re in the right place. In this section you’ll find articles on everything from the minimum wages by industry to the office culture. Norwegians value work-life balance and so long working weeks are not commonplace. For example, someone working ‘60%’ will probably work on three days per week. A 50% contract will likely be . working days, or . -4 hours per day every day. Work from home arrangements are becoming more common, although they are far from the norm. The biggest employer in Norway is the vast public sector, but fluent Norwegian is required to the majority of positions. Even expats who’ve been learning Norwegian for years can slip up here. The biggest industry in Norway remains the energy industry, and demand remains high for all types of professional engineers.
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Norway's sexiest woman of 2011 celebrates her home town in her breathless Prince-inspired fashion. Somehow this song presents Oslo as both an impossibly cool metropolis and the sort of small town where literally everybody's in the know about Vik's prospective love interests, with the latter probably closer to the truth. Photo: More Galleries. Gallery: Statoil's architecturally stunning new offices. Ten things Google wants to tell you about Norway. GALLERY: What Norway's Vikings did for English. GALLERY: Norway's weirdest Christmas traditions.
- Double Bass – Stewart Brackley (tracks: 1, 4)
- Drums – Aaron Moore
- Guitar, Saxophone – Nick Mott
- Trumpet – Stewart Brackley (tracks: 3)
Notes1, 3 & 4 Recorded by Kev Reverb
2 Recorded by Songs Of Norway 2003
Cover Art - N. Mott