From Norway's page describing the structure of their government:
The number of members returned to the Storting is 169. The number of members to be returned from each constituency depends on the population and area of the county. Each inhabitant counts one point, while each square kilometre counts 1.8 points. Of the 169 members returned, 150 are elected as constituency representatives while 19, one seat from each constituency, are elected as members at large.
Notice they say returned instead of elected. Actually, the word elected appears 14 times on the page while returned appears 16 times. I would just like to understand the nuance here better. Does the Norwegian system make some distinction which causes the word returned to be more accurately descriptive of what's happening?