SAAMI


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SAAMISporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers Institute, Inc.
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Even with really accurate custom-barreled rifles with minimum SAAMI chambers, buying really uniform cases like those made by Lapua will avoid wasting time spent measuring or turning case necks.
UEW (314) does not mention the Saami word and considers Hung nyes an uncertain cognate, but includes KhE net-, nat- 'pluck, pick, tear in the cognate set.
My reading of anthropology had a similar trajectory: specific rituals--a bawdy song from the South Seas, an account of a shamanic journey in Mongolia, a Saami bear festival--gave me the examples I needed.
Parliament is required to hear what the Ainu have to say when it makes policy initiatives regarding the Ainu people, and the ethnic assembly of the Ainu has veto power,'' Uemura said, citing the relationship between the Norwegian parliament and the Saami people as an example.
Part of the trip entails visiting a local Saami village where I will meet the inhabitants and learn how to catch an evening meal by ice fishing," said Steve.
Her latest novel, Fordom (Doomed), branches out into Saami legend and mythology for the source of its horror: a young female archaeologist discovers a body that still has powers of destruction.
I was interested in the experience of both Native American and Saami recording artists in the studio and in the global market place more generally.
Trust me, the Maori, Saami, and Fijians do cavort, and occasionally, frolic.
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It was a good show last night," our guide Johan told us next day as we visited a traditional Saami homestead at Sautosjohkka.
Jukkasjrvi in Saami (Lappish) means 'meeting place', which is what the former Saami village has been for half a millennium.
Saami Al-Khamiri (sixth form student), James Leavlesley (director, NXO), headmaster Melvyn Roffe, Bob Michaelson (chairman, IoD West Midlands), Seetal Patel (sixth form student), Michelle Stott (director, NXO), Mohammed Hasan (chairman, IoD Young Directors' Forum), and Stephen Bramley (sixth form student