There was a Low Country fellow there, waist deep in schnapps, and a Finlander sucking strong beer like a hog.
The Americans won't let the Finlander hold me for ransom, you may depend upon that.
It so happened that Egther, a Finlander, was harrying the Swedes on a roving raid.
There is the Norwegian on the west; the Finlander on the east.
And then his neighbour the Kaffre differs from him as the Finlander does from the Lap.
The Laplander, strongly contrasted with the Norwegian on the west, graduates into the Finlander on the east.
The Finlander recognized our peril as quickly as I did, and halted.
This is only a trifle; nevertheless it is a little bit of red-tapism to which the Finlander might object.
Another peculiarity of the Finlander is that he never shakes hands.
There was no more word about ghosts now, and the kind professor forgave the Finlander.