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Sweden and Britain were among the pioneers of a welfare state and books by Myrdal (Beyond the Welfare State – New Haven, 1958) and Richard Titmuss ( Essays on “The Welfare State” – London, 1958) unsurprisingly explore similar themes. Myrdal's theoretical key concept "circular cumulative causation" contributed to ...


The flag of Sweden is the national flag of the Kingdom of Sweden. It consists of a yellow or gold Nordic Cross (i.e. an asymmetrical horizontal cross, with the crossbar closer to the hoist than the fly, with the cross extending to the edge of the flag) on a field of blue. The Nordic Cross design traditionally represents Christianity.


Mohamed Swidan 28; Ahmed Swidan 16; Ali Swidan 10; Ibrahim Swidan 8; Mostafa Swidan 7; Mohammed Swidan 6; Hassan Swidan 6; Hashem Swidan 6 ..... Aliwa Swidan; Alia Swidan; Alex Swidan; Alen Swidan; Albert Swidan; Ala Swidan; Akrm Swidan; Akram Swidan; Ajwad Swidan; Aiman Swidan; Aiiah Swidan ...


Name, Title, Gross Salary, Benefits & Other Compensation, Total Compensation. $126,660, $131,419, $258,079. MARK DEPAOLI, FINANCIAL SECRETARY, $128,886, $6,160, $135,046. ANTHONY RICHARD, VICE PRESIDENT, $128,906, $4,954, $133,860. DAVID FREEMAN, RECORDING SECRETARY, $128,638 ...


Carl Linnaeus was born on May 23, 1707 in the village of Råshult in southern Sweden. His father was Nils Ingemarsson Linnaeus, a church minister and amateur botanist; and his mother was Christina Brodersonia. His father believed that the best thing he could offer his children was a solid education and, in addition to ...


Magnus II Eriksson: Magnus II Eriksson, king of Sweden (1319–63) and of Norway (1319–55, as Magnus VII) who devoted himself to defending his Swedish sovereignty against rebellious nobles aided by ... The nobles responded by offering the Swedish throne to Albert of Mecklenburg and by launching a military offensive.


Sweden definition, a kingdom in N Europe, in the E part of the Scandinavian Peninsula. 173732 sq. mi. (449964 sq. km). See more.


Apr 7, 2016 ... Arabic is set to become the second largest first language in Sweden, with Finnish being overtaken for the first time in history. Finnish has been the most commonly spoken non-Swedish mother tongue for more than 1,000 years, but it is now set to come in third. This is a result of an ageing Finnish-speaking ...


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