эскимос ; эскимосский язык
- Also Eskimo carvings, a display of scrimshaw, glaciological information on the Poles and Antarctic ornithology. 2.30-4pm.
- Nelson sold the Eskimo Pie Corporation to the US Foil Company (now the Reynolds Metal Company) in 1924, but retained his affiliation: he stayed as vice-president, moving with the company to New York and to Richmond, Virginia, in the 1940s.
- Set in Alaska, it stars the Canadian folk-singer k. d. lang as Kotz, an orphaned Eskimo of ambiguous sexual identity and brooding potential violence, who latches on to Roswitha (Rosel Zech), a middle-aged German emigree librarian still hanging on to memories of lost happiness like the jars of preserved berries she keeps in her bedroom.
- Even after his retirement to Orange County, California, in 1961, Nelson continued to travel across America, promoting Eskimo Pies and inventing new ways to store and deliver frozen novelties.
- Even in an era of "Political Correctness" and hyper-sensitivity over racial slights, Eskimo Pie has retained its name and its logo.
- Its television advertisements still portray a genuine Eskimo fisherman, who proudly declares: "You know what I like about Eskimo Pie?
- "Even Kasmin Ltd diversified enormously from 1985-;90 into antiquities, neolithic, ancient Eskimo, tribal art and so on.
- Among 400 different brand names Eskimo Pie has held its own, selling half a billion bars each year.
- He accordingly renamed it the "Eskimo Pie" and chose the distinctive Eskimo symbol that still appears on the wrapping.
- The bar was patented and Nelson duly became president of the Eskimo Pie Corporation.
- Her name was Avavnuk; she had been an Eskimo in her life.
- CHRISTIAN K NELSON, the confectioner and inventor, who has died at Laguna Hills, California, aged 99, created the "choc ice" - known in America as "Eskimo Pie" - and later revolutionised the manufacture and storage of ice cream products.
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