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 (ăb′ĭ-tĭb′ē), Lake
A lake of eastern Ontario and southwest Quebec, Canada. It is the source of the Abitibi River, which flows about 550 km (340 mi) west and north to an arm of James Bay.


(ˌæb ɪˈtɪb i)

1. a lake in E Ontario and W Quebec, Canada. 369 sq. mi. (956 sq. km).
2. a river flowing N from this lake. 340 mi. (547 km) long.
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