Kaikki ottelut suorana: http://www.ruutu.fi Ottelun jälkeen hikihaastattelussa Hermeksen hyökkääjä Erik Ahopelto sekä päävalmentaja Jere Härkälä. Toimittajana ...
Kaikki ottelut suorana: http://www.ruutu.fi Hermes - Hokki 3 - 1 (0-0, 3-0, 0-1) 1-0 20:29 YV 14 AHOPELTO Erik (20 VESTERINEN Saku, 33 TAKALA Eemeli) 2-0 ...
Kaikki ottelut suorana: http://www.ruutu.fi Ottelun jälkeen hikihaastattelussa Hermeksen hyökkääjä Zdenek sedlak ja päävalmentaja Jere Härkälä. Toimittajana ...
Kaikki ottelut suorana: http://www.ruutu.fi Hermes - Hokki 4 - 1 (1-1, 1-0. 2-0) 0-1 17:43 24 PYYKKÖNEN Samu (10 HARJULA Jarkko, 44 KOMULAINEN Tuomas) ...
Kahden erän jälkeen FPS oli jo turvallisen tuntuisessa 5-1-johdossa ja tukevasti kiinni pudotuspelipaikassa. KOOVEE aloitti kuitenkin hurjan kirin ja iski ...
Pitäisikö laittaa tänään ykköstä vai kakkosta lapulle? 🤔 Hokki–Hermes tänään klo 18.30! 🔵🔴 #Hokki #Mestis #SuomenViihdyttävintäLätkää
Maalirikkaan lauantai-illan ottelun loppulukemiksi saatiin huikean 11 osuman jälkeen 5-6, mutta Espoolaisten harmiksi pisteet matkasivat Forssaan.
Kajaanin Hokki is a Finnish ice hockey team based at Kajaani. The team was founded in 1968.
FPS is a Finnish ice hockey team based in Forssa Ice Hall (capacity 3000), Forssa, established in 1931. Forssan Palloseura has two lower level teams: FoPS which plays in lower divisions and FoPS Flames which plays in the 2.
Hokkien or Minnan language (閩南語/闽南语) or Quanzhang (泉漳) in linguistics, is a Southern Min language originating from the Minnan region in the south-eastern part of Fujian Province in Southeastern China, and spoken widely there. It is also spoken widely in Taiwan and by the Chinese diaspora in Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, the Philippines and other parts of Southeast Asia, and by other overseas Chinese all over the world.
Hokkien is a Southern Min language spoken by part of the ethnic Chinese population of the Philippines. The use of Hokkien in the Philippines is influenced by Tagalog and Philippine English.
Hokkien mee is a Southeast Asian dish, popular in Indonesian, Malaysian, Singaporean and Thai cuisines, that has its origins in the cuisine of China's Fujian province. There are three distinct types of Hokkien Mee.
Taiwanese pop , Tai-pop, T-pop, Minnan Pop and Taiwanese song (台灣歌), is a C-Pop genre sung in Taiwanese Hokkien and produced mainly in Taiwan. Hokkien pop is the most popular amongst Hoklo people in Taiwan, Mainland China, and the Overseas Chinese in Southeast Asia.
Singaporean Hokkien is the largest non-Mandarin Chinese dialect spoken in Singapore. As such, it exerts the greatest influence on Colloquial Singaporean Mandarin, resulting in a Hokkien-style Singaporean Mandarin widely spoken in Singapore.
Hokkien is one of the largest Chinese language groups worldwide. Profanity in Hokkien most commonly involves sexual references and scorn of the object's ancestors, especially their mother.
The Hokkien language has two regularly used sets of numerals, a colloquial or native Hokkien system and literary system. Literary and colloquial systems are not totally mutually independent; they are sometimes mixed used.
The Hokkien language uses a broad array of honorific suffixes or prefixes for addressing or referring to people. Most are suffixes.
Minnan culture or Hokkien/Hoklo culture , also considered as the Mainstream Southern Min Culture, refers to the culture of the Hoklo people, a group of Han Chinese people who have historically been the dominant demographic in the province of Fujian (called "Hokkien" in the Hoklo language) in Southern China, Taiwan, Singapore, and certain overseas Chinese communities in Southeast Asia. This culture has been influenced by the cultures from Minyue (a branch of Baiyue people who inhabited Hokkien before sinicization of the region), China's Central Plain (most notably during Tang Dynasty and Song Dynasty), and Japan (due to Taiwan being a former Japanese colony).
FPS may refer to:
FPSRussia is a popular YouTube and Twitch channel featuring firearms and explosives. The videos feature Kyle Lamar Myers, an American born in Mason, Georgia, playing the role of Dmitri Potapoff, a heavily accented Russian from Moscow.