Coppermine


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Cop•per•mine

(ˈkɒp ərˌmaɪn)

n.
a river in N Canada, central Northwest Territories, flowing N to the Arctic Ocean. 525 mi. (845 km) long.
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This stream in which he stood was a feeder to the Coppermine River, which in turn flowed north and emptied into Coronation Gulf and the Arctic Ocean.
He had been making north by east, away from the Dease Divide and into the Coppermine Valley.
An event that occurred enroute Hearne's journey to the mouth of the Coppermine, "the Bloody Falls massacre" has become one of the most enduring stories in the annals of northern exploration.
A school is built at Chesterfield Inlet, followed by Coppermine, and ten "hostels.
Like dead salmon and coppermine tailings, separate.
Specializing in Rhone varietals since 2001, Gilpin's operation produces a combined 12,000 cases per year for his Lavender Ridge and Coppermine brands, as well as some custom crush clients.
The world's coppermine operators increased their output by 1.
A Holyhead Coastguard spokeswoman said the trio came ashore at Coppermine Creek, a point which can only be accessed by sea.
In 1973 we received a newspaper clipping indicating that he had produced a new sound film in colour entitled "A New Spring in Coppermine.
On March 15, they reached Cambridge Bay, the most northerly point of their trek, and then turned south to Coppermine and Port Radium.