Ellesmere Island

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Elles·mere Island

 (ĕlz′mîr′)
The largest and northernmost island of the Queen Elizabeth Islands of northern Canada, north of Baffin Bay. It is separated from Greenland by a narrow passage.
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Ellesmere Island

(ˈɛlzmɪə)
n
(Placename) a Canadian island in the Arctic Ocean: part of Nunavut; mountainous, with many glaciers. Area: 212 688 sq km (82 119 sq miles)
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Elles′mere Is′land

(ˈɛlz mɪər)
n.
an island in the Arctic Ocean, NW of Greenland: a part of Canada. 76,600 sq. mi. (198,400 sq. km).
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