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The Language Council of Norway (Norwegian: Språkrådet, Urban East Norwegian: [ˈsprôːkroːdə]) is the administrative body of the Norwegian state on language issues. It was established in 2005 and replaced the Norwegian Language Council (Norsk språkråd, Urban East Norwegian: [ˈnɔʂk ˈsprôːkroːd]) which existed from 1974 to 2005. It is a subsidiary agency of the Ministry of Culture and has thirty-five employees. It is one of two organisations involved in language standardization in Norway, alongside the Norwegian Academy. Source: Wikipedia (en)

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