Scandinavian country

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Noun1.Scandinavian country - any one of the countries occupying Scandinavia
European country, European nation - any one of the countries occupying the European continent
Europe - the 2nd smallest continent (actually a vast peninsula of Eurasia); the British use `Europe' to refer to all of the continent except the British Isles
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In which Scandinavian country is the port of Malmo situated?
Which Scandinavian country lies nearest to the North Pole?
All forms of corporal punishment are banned in the Scandinavian country, from smacking to hair pulling.
exports of the biofuel to the Scandinavian country have increased by as much as ten times since the EU introduced a dumping tariff on imports into the bloc last year.
More than 40 Danish soldiers have been killed in Afghanistan since the Scandinavian country began contributing soldiers to the NATO force.
The court system in that Scandinavian country will obviously be in the spotlight during the trial of mass murderer Anders Breivik.
The oil-rich Scandinavian country saw the value of its exports climb 17.8 per cent to 72.7 billion kroner in July, amid a steep hike in oil prices, Statistics Norway said.
Nine Swedish manufacturers from the Scandinavian country visited the West Midlands as part of a global 'lean' manufacturing tour organised by Birmingham Chamber of Commerce Group.
Beth Israel Medical Center in Newark, NJ, and University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore are among hospitals that have reported significantly reduced cases with an increased screening program modeled after the Scandinavian country's initiative.
According to online wire reports, the Scandinavian country criticized the project heavily.
The Scandinavian country has a birth rate of about 1.9 children per woman - higher than the US and most of the rest of Europe.
Mr Cameron's two-day visit to Sweden was being billed as a low-key fact-finding mission, on which he aims to learn about the Scandinavian country's approach to family policy, childcare and the environment.

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