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Icelandic
   is a breed of   
Horse
Icelandic
   is an official language of   
Iceland
Icelandic Phallological Museum
   is situated in   
Husavik, Iceland
Approximately 150 specimens collected.
Mum, Sigur Ros, The Sugarcubes, Emiliana Torrini
   are all   
Icelandic Singing Artists
The most famous and most commercially successful has been Bjork who has received 13 Grammy nominations and sold over 15 million albums worldwide.
"softening Consonants, Darkening Vowels, Till They Sound Like the Sea Moving Icebergs Back and Forth in Its Mouth"
   are the closing lines of   
The Icelandic Language by Bill Holm
B. 1943
Icelandic
   for 'thank you ' is   
Takk
Icelandic
   for "My name is":   
Ég Heiti _____
Iceland
Bill Holm
   wrote   
The Icelandic Language
"In this language, no industrial revolution, no pasteurized milk, no oxygen, no telephone"
Icelandic Honey Week
   was performed by   
Chapman, Idle and Jones
He can't eat honey. It makes him go plop plops.
Icelandic Saga
   was performed by   
Cleese, Idle, Jones and Palin
Erik Njorl, son of Frothgar, leaves his home to seek Hangar the Elder at the home of Thorvald Nlodvisson, the son of Gudleif, half brother of Thorgier, the priest of Ljosa water, who took to wife Thurunn, the mother of Thorkel Braggart, ...
Icelandic
   originated in   
Iceland






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