Saami

An indigenous people numbering over 60,000 (1996) and living in northern Finland (7,000), Norway (36,000), Sweden (17,000) and Russia (2,000). Traditionally fishermen, hunter-gatherers, and...
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Saami

The Saami (Lapp) are a group of herding people living in north Scandinavia and the Kola Peninsula, and numbering about 46,000. Some are nomadic, others lead a more settled way of life. They live by herding reindeer, hunting, fishing, and producing handicrafts. Their language belongs to the Finno- Ugric family. Their religion is basically animist, b...
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Saami

An indigenous people numbering over 60,000 (1996) and living in northern Finland (7,000), Norway (36,000), Sweden (17,000) and Russia (2,000). Traditionally fishermen, hunter-gatherers, and nomadic reindeer herders, the Saami have lost large areas of pasture since 1965 due to forestry, mining and other economic activities. Today many are settle...
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SAAMI

===Darci Wood=== Looks like a vanity page.--Wolfychan 10:14, 3 Oct 2004 (UTC) ...
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SAAMI

Standing for the Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturer's Institute, SAAMI was formed at the behest of the American government in 1926 to be an umbrella organisation responsible for setting and monitoring standards and safety in the firearms industry. SAAMI is perhaps best known for controlling chamber design and firing pressures in firearms. SA...
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