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Cal·ga·ry

 (kăl′gə-rē)
A city of southern Alberta, Canada, south of Edmonton. It grew with the development of the cattle industry in the late 1800s and later became the center of Canada's petroleum industry.

Cal·gar′i·an (-gâr′ē-ən, -găr′-) n.
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Calgary

(ˈkælɡərɪ)
n
(Placename) a city in Canada, in S Alberta: centre of a large agricultural region; oilfields. Pop: 879 277 (2001)
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Cal•ga•ry

(ˈkæl gə ri)

n.
a city in S Alberta, in SW Canada. 710,677.
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Noun1.Calgary - the largest city in southern Alberta; an oil and gas center and a technology center for Alberta and most of western Canada
Alberta - one of the three prairie provinces in western Canada; rich in oil and natural gas and minerals
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No position on the election per se, but we did get bothered about the America-bashing and suggested y'all (is that a Calgarian accent?) leave us out of it.
The style that emerges from this combination of genres is reminiscent of Suzanne Vega circa "Tom's Diner." Yet to dismiss Revel as a poor man's Vega would be a disservice to this Montreal-based former Calgarian.
Although Bennett was not a Calgarian by birth, he became one of Calgary's most renowned citizens by adoption.
Calgarian Mary Doherty, a Catholic volunteer at the Alberta Family Life Centre, explains that UNICEF is part of the global population control agenda pushing abortion:
The Calgarian placed 13th at the 2001 Canadians and is hoping to finish in the top five this year.