North Country


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North Country

n
1. (Placename) another name for North1
2. (Placename) the geographic region formed by Alaska, the Yukon, the Northwest Territories, and Nunavut
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The North Country is purple, and it's the Country of the Gillikins.
Yes, your Majesty, she answered, "for I was born in the North Country.
I am a man of the north country, from the town of Beverley and the wapentake of Holderness," he answered.
She lives far away in the north country, by the sea; and Miss Emily is going to stay with her.
Sir John Ballinger is the best gentleman jock in the north country.
There were hundreds of pieces, friezes of figures in relief, fragments of statues and slabs crowded with figures that had encrusted the brick walls of the Buddhist stupas and viharas of the North Country and now, dug up and labelled, made the pride of the Museum.
That North country is full of horse-dealers as an old coat of lice.
Some will have it that you are a foreigner, and some an Englishwoman; some a native of the north country, and some of the south; some say - '
9 million in New NY Broadband Program Round III grants have been awarded in the North Country.
These social, economic and employment woes are not unique to the North Country, and in fact can be found in many of the rural areas of these three states and in other regions of the country as well," the Carsey researchers said.
21 July 2017 - Canadian oil and gas industry remote accommodations provider Noralta Lodge Ltd has acquired camp and catering operator North Country Catering Ltd, the company said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 21, 2017-Noralta Lodge Acquires Energy Industry Camp Operator North Country Catering

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