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A city of southern Alberta, Canada, south-southeast of Calgary. It is a commercial center in an irrigated farming region.
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(Placename) a city in Canada, in S Alberta. Pop: 67 374 (2001)
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a city in S Alberta, in SW Canada. 58,841.
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"My name's Matthew Nichols," he announced, "and this is my brother-in-law, Joe Lethbridge. We've both of us got stout sailing craft and all the recommendations a man need have.
Nichols and Lethbridge stood on one side with gloomy faces.
You to-morrow, Nichols, and you the next day Lethbridge. I'm not particular about the weather, as Job Rowsell can tell you, and I've sailed a boat since I was a boy.
"It's my thinking Lethbridge," he said, as he clambered into the dinghy, "that there's things going on in this island which you and me don't understand.
"Plain words is more than you'll get from Job," Lethbridge replied gloomily.
Sir Harley Lethbridge was telling me only the other day how difficult it is to find boys for the navy--partly because of their teeth, it is true.
Maple Leaf, one of Canada's largest frozen food producers, is said to be especially pleased at having a second Versacold plant, with 1.6 million cubic feet of capacity and more than 6,000 pallet positions available in Lethbridge.
Having won the opening set against Lamb and Ross Lethbridge, they went behind in the second before recovering to trail only 11-10 before some simple errors cost them the set.
CV-203, PI 631353), a medium erect great northern common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.), was developed at the Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) Research Centre, Lethbridge, Alberta, in cooperation with the AAFC Research Station, Morden, Manitoba, and released in 2002.
announcers the successful completion of its marketing efforts and sale of the property located at 1 Lethbridge Plaza in Mahwah, NJ.
Native people in the Treaty 7 area of southern Alberta are getting a say in how $85,000 will be put to use at the University of Lethbridge.