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nanook

(ˈnænuːk)
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(Animals) N Canadian the polar bear
[from Inuktitut nanug]
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Caption: In August 2014, during his annual tour of Canada's northern territories, Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Rob Nicholson, Minister of National Defence, watched as members of the Canadian Joint Incident Response Unit (CJIRU) rappel onto the Explorer cruise ship as part of Operation NANOOK.
Yes it is - it's Nanook of the North," I laughed, getting out of the car to help with the 17 plastic carrier bags she'd made Auntie Dot carry.
The full list of bands confirmed so far is: Aaronson, Albatross Archive, Baby Brave, Beneath The Reef, Cut Ribbons, Cymbient, Ellie Makes Music, Hana, Heavy Petting Zoo, Helena-May, His Naked Torso, Info_Cifon (Access Tonal Communications), Keys, Kutosis, Martin Callingham, Mumbleman, Nanook Of The North, Remembering August, Rusty Shackle, Threatmantics and Wrongs.
Along with previous articles on such classics as Nanook of the North (Robert J.
On June 14, 1946, SAC ordered the deployment of the 46th Reconnaissance Squadron to Ladd Field, near Fairbanks, Alaska, as part of Project NANOOK.
The Canadian fleet is already in operation and participated in Operation Nanook in August.
Outlining the success of the annual Operation NANOOK in the three northern territories, Taylor recounted her government's experience with the 2013 operation where a mock-wildfire threatened Whitehorse's city limits.
by the company was licensed from Nanook Tech Ventures, a subsidiary of the Nanook Innovation Corporation.
She compares the collaborative and community based work on the film, Atanarjuat (2007) with the essentialist and static 1922 film, Nanook of the North, linking the timing and approaches of Atanarjuat to the birth of Nunavut (1999) as expressions of Inuit sovereignty.
The Luminato Festival will also feature NORTHERN LIGHTS AND MUSIC with Buffy Sainte-Marie, and Tanya Tagaq, who presents Nanook of the North.
He will talk with anyone who's interested in his cause, though he finds that at first people are more attracted to Nanook, 10, and her son, Chinook, 8, his service dogs and constant companions.
Along with percussionist Jean Martin and cellist Cris Derkesen, Tagaq's throat singing added emotion to the backdrop of the 1922 film Nanook of the North, a silent film that portrays images of life in an early 20th century Inuit community in Northern Quebec.