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north of 60

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(Placename) Canadian the area of Canada lying north of 60 N
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With 75 horsepower, the ProStar 900 four-stroke DOHC twin-cylinder engine has plenty of power to haul heavy loads at a slow and steady pace, yet rockets north of 60 mph when it's time to stretch its legs.
The first of its kind north of 60, the vertical farm will have a capacity equivalent to three hectares of land, and the ability to produce 200 tonnes of fish and over 200,000 kg of produce annually.
Cardinalfhas worked in film and television for over 40 years, appearing in more than 100 projects including Blackstone, Dances with Wolves, Mohawk Girls, Blood River, North of 60, Strange Empire, Legends of the Fall, Arctic Air, Every Emotion Costs and Loyalties.
There'll be silky skills as usual, but the last 10 PL meetings between Man City and Arsenal have also averaged north of 60 bookings points - or six yellows - with red cards in four of 10.
Tanks have been deployed since Thursday in the north of 60 Meter Street
Cardinal, from the Sucker Creek First Nation, has enjoyed a successful stage, television and movie career, acting in such television hits as North of 60 and Corner Gas.
CORVALLIS - The sun came out Saturday, and the temperature climbed to north of 60.
She finished third, behind Ashton and winning Liberal candidate (and North of 60 star) Tina Keeper.
At the poles, a similar loop, called a polar cell, occurs in the same direction--cooling air at the poles moves toward the earth's surface and then moves southward along the surface until it is heated and rises at about 60 degrees north latitude (most of Alaska and all but the very tip of Greenland are north of 60 degrees).
Tootoosis was best known for his roles as the enigmatic One Stab in the movie Legends of the Fall and wicked Albert Golo in the television series North of 60.
You Just Blink and It Can Happen: A Study of Women's Homelessness North of 60 is the first research of its kind to document the situation of women who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless living in Canada's Northern Territories.
But as evening news auds decline and their average age creeps north of 60, how much juice remains in the story behind the wrangling for three anchor jobs?
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