Finland had been taken from Sweden by Russia in 1809 and remained a Grand Duchy when the British navy sailed into the Baltic Sea. But with the Russian navy sheltering in their base at Kronstadt, there wasn’t much fighting to be done. So when the British sailors were not raiding Finnish coastal settlements (many seemed unable to grasp the fact that Finland was not the enemy but effectively an occupied nation), they contented themselves with playing cricket on the islands.
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In the presence of strong dephasing noise the dynamics of Rydberg gases becomes effectively classical, due to the rapid decay of quantum superpositions between atomic levels. Recently a great deal of attention has been devoted to the stochastic dynamics that emerges in that limit, revealing several interesting features, including kinetically constrained glassy behaviour, self similarity and aggregation effects. However, the non equilibrium physics of these systems, in particular in the regime where coherent and dissipative processes contribute on equal footing, is yet far from being understood.
:(Ellie Sky Welcomejust go steal a RED shirt from zhe locker room. Down zhe hall, far left. Sniper von miss it. Free coffee and tea is a great perk. The grounds are perfect. We had a breathtaking ocean view room. In this paper we examine the extensive new archaeological evidence for the early Irish medieval economy, trade and exchange, evidence which has accrued during the explosion of developer led archaeological research in Ireland in recent decades and has highlighted the importance of the Atlantic facing regions of Europe in helping to drive the social, economic, and political transformations of early medieval western Christendom. An archaeological re assessment of links between Ireland, Britain and continental Europe is, therefore, an essential prerequisite to understanding the role and impact of the Irish in early medieval Europe. An assessment of this role between the fifth and eleventh centuries has to be conducted within the context of the maritime cultural landscapes of Atlantic Europe and the Channel, and the principal river transport corridors TM leading into the interior of continental Europe and ultimately to the Mediterranean..