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British Columbian

adj
(Placename) of or relating to British Columbia or its inhabitants
n
(Placename) a native or inhabitant of British Columbia
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* Any British Columbian who is over the age of 19 can register their decision about organ donation and parents can register their children.
At the moment the British Columbian officials cannot assess the damage caused by the ongoing wildfires triggered by dry and hot weather but the CTV broadcaster reported about devastating damages in the evacuated zones citing the aerial images.
During my time as a Member of the Legislative Assembly, I saw how ICBC touches the lives of virtually every British Columbian. Drivers want rates to remain affordable, and when accidents unfortunately occur they expect fair compensation and good service.
4 BRITISH Columbian newspaper editor Joseph Coyle invented the egg carton in 1911 to help stop a bitter local dispute about broken eggs.
of Karachi has agreed to buy the design and manufacturing operations of British Columbian, Dynasty Electric Car Corporation which has been making electric cars since 2001.
Organized by the Building Supply Industry Association (BSIA) and its president, Thomas Foreman, the trip included a visit to the 113th Canton Building and Hardware Fair in Guangzhou, plus meetings with prospective manufacturers, suppliers and investors coordinated by the British Columbian government and Canada Wood.
In our business slot, Roberta Staley, former acting editor of this magazine, writes about how one British Columbian company is using lignin--that organic polymer 'glue' that binds cellulose together and notoriously complicates the refining of biomass--to its advantage by creating a whole new value stream.
Framed against widescreen British Columbian landscapes, an engaging cast delivers laid-back nationalistic humor too innocuous to enthuse ands in Gotham, where the pic bowed July 15.
80 plus watercolors by native British Columbian artist Carol Evans are introduced by a short essay that focuses on her love of water and its special lights: the flash of brilliance, the reflected glow, the soft haze, the piercing pure sun that lights pebbles at the water's edge.
Reyat is accused of lying under oath 19 times in September 2003, during testimony at the Air India terrorism trial of Ripudaman Singh Malik and Ajaib Singh Bagri, the two British Columbian men who were subsequently acquitted of all charges.
The COC also received 20 tickets to help past British Columbian Olympians to attend the Opening Ceremony.
In a book dedicated to the Gwich'in people who taught this British (now British Columbian) nurse and his midwife spouse to survive in the Canadian Northwest Territories, Billington relates their experiences in the 1960s as the only health professionals at Fort McPherson.

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