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Iceland,

an island in the North Atlantic where the disease is prevalent.
Iceland disease - chronic fatigue syndrome. Synonym(s): epidemic neuromyasthenia
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He has a 26% stake in the business, and is thought to have the option to match any bid made for Iceland.
By 1995 Iceland had 752 stores and had clocked up an impressive 25 years of consistent profit growth.
Scotland 2, Iceland 1 Euro qualifier March 29, 2003 Kenny Miller netted his first goal for his country before Eidur Gudjohnsen lobbed Rab Douglas for the equaliser.
Lithuania coach Algimantas Liubanskas is, however, confident that his men can emerge with the bragging rights from the encounter with Iceland.
NATIONAL SEARCH: The Coventry suburbs are on the wish list of national retailer Iceland which is on the lookout for new locations.
However, his contract with the company included a non-compete clause for two years and an Iceland spokesman said: "If the rumours are true Iceland would make every effort open to them to protect their position.
Travel & Leisure magazine, in the November issue, asked their writers for their top holiday travel picks and Iceland was recognized, twice, as a best bet.
The intrepid tourist will follow a surprising and secret itinerary curated by Iceland's 100,000 strong army of Facebook fans, who over the next two weeks, are invited to submit their very own Iceland secret, with a chance that it may be used on the ultimate secret tour itinerary.
Like-for-like sales at Iceland Foods stores open for more than a year rose by 4.
He founded the Iceland business in 1970 and built it up into a major national chain, but was ousted as chairman in 2001.
The owners of frozen food retailer Iceland are reportedly in talks with Middle East investors over a potential Au1.
Britain has called on Iceland to honour its compensation obligations, two days after the Icelandic president vetoed a bill to repay the UK government over the failure of Icesave bank.