Arctic Circle - an imaginary circle parallel to the equator, c. 66°34′ north of it Stereotype - an idea, trait, convention, etc, that has grown stale through fixed usage Suicide rate - the number of people who killed themselves in a given demographic and a period of time Sami people - a member of a people of northern Scandinavia, Finland, and the Kola Peninsula of northern Russia who are traditionally fishermen, nomadic herders of caribou, and hunters of sea mammals Indigenous population - used to refer to, or relating to, the people who originally lived in a place, rather than people who moved there from somewhere else Livelihood - occupation or employment Pattern - a decorative design Shamanistic religion - Shamanism is a religion which is based on the belief that the world is controlled by good and evil spirits, and that these spirits can be directed by people with special powers. Crusty snow - the snow having an upper surface layer that is hard Departure of ice - when the ice goes away Midnight sun - the sun visible at midnight during local summer inside the Arctic and Antarctic circles Harvest season - the time or season of the year for the gathering of ripened crops Ecosystem - all the living things in an area and the way they affect each other and the environment Autumn foliage - the leaves of a plant or tree To illuminate - to light something and make it brighter Revival - the process of becoming more active or popular again To soak up (the sun) - to enjoy feeling or experiencing (something pleasant) in usually a slow or relaxed way Cloudberry - a northern wild raspberry (Rubus chamaemorus) with large, orange fruit To hunt - to seek out and kill or capture (game or wild animals) for food or sport To pick (berries) - to pluck or gather (fruit, berries, or crops) from (a tree, bush, field, etc)
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