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There are 63 product groups within the Nordic Swan Ecolabel. A company can apply for a Nordic Swan Ecolabel within any of these product areas. When granted a licence, the company may then use the Nordic Swan Ecolabel on all its marketing of the Nordic Swan Ecolabelled product or service. The national offices manage licence applications and grant licences.

Emma Swan , also known as the Savior , formerly as the Dark One or the Dark Swan, [1] briefly as Princess Leia, and alternatively as Princess Emma, is a character on ABC 's Once Upon a Time and Once Upon a Time in Wonderland . She d├ębuts in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time . She is portrayed by starring cast member Jennifer Morrison , guest star Abby Ross and co-star Mckenna Grace, and does not have a counterpart.

Swan Lake is a romantic ballet in four acts . Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky wrote the music . In 1871 he wrote a little ballet about swans for his nieces and nephews . He used some of the music from this ballet for Swan Lake . The story of the ballet is based on a German fairy tale . This tale was probably tweaked by Tchaikovsky and his friends during the ballet's early discussion stages.

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