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  • Student's Reference Work (1914) Arctic Circle 39157The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Arctic Circle Arctic Circle, one of the smaller circles
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  • (1914) Arctic Ocean 39159The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Arctic Ocean Arctic Ocean is that part of the ocean within the Arctic Circle
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  • some little Arctic flower by Emily Dickinson 180 5229As if some little Arctic flower — 180Emily Dickinson As if some little Arctic flower Upon
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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 2 Arctic 14187781911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 2 — Arctic ARCTIC (Gr. ῎Αρκτος, the Bear, the northern
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  • Student's Reference Work (1914) Arctic Exploration 39158The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Arctic Exploration Arctic Exploration. See Polar Exploration
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  • Alaska v. Arctic Maid by William O. Douglas Syllabus 919724Alaska v. Arctic Maid — SyllabusWilliam O. Douglas Court Documents Opinion
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  • Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Company v. Arctic Iron Company by Edward Douglass White Syllabus 860592Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Company v. Arctic Iron Company — SyllabusEdward
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  • The Arctic Expedition by Dinah Craik Littell's Living Age, Volume 126, Issue 1626 1575311The Arctic Expedition — Littell's Living Age, Volume 126
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  • May 1885  (1885)  Arctic Exploration and its Object By Franz Boas 947645Popular Science Monthly Volume 27 May 1885 — Arctic Exploration and its
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  • Executive Order 12501 by President of the United States Arctic Research ◄  Executive Order 12500 64839 Executive Order 12502  ► Signed by President 
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  • FranklinJohnFranklinFranklin,_JohnJohn Franklin.jpg17861847Maritime explorer, Arctic explorer, Governor of Tasmania Franklin, John (1823–1824), Narrative of
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  • CIA World Fact Book, 2004 Arctic Ocean 7921CIA World Fact Book, 2004 — Arctic Ocean         This page was last updated on 1 January 2003 This is
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  • W. Service Death in the Arctic 29221Rhymes of a Rolling Stone — Death in the ArcticRobert W. Service Death in the Arctic I I took the clock down
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  • The Arctic Ships Littell's Living Age, Volume 126, Issue 1621 1585723The Arctic Ships — Littell's Living Age, Volume 126, Issue 1621 From The Spectator
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  • The Influence of Arctic Cold on Man Littell's Living Age, Volume 126, Issue 1633 1597667The Influence of Arctic Cold on Man — Littell's Living Age
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  • Volume 15 — Kola Kola, a peninsula of northern Russia, lying between the Arctic Ocean on the N. and the White Sea on the S. It forms part of the region
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  • naturalist and arctic explorer. Narrative of the Arctic land expedition to the mouth of the Great Fish River, and along the shores of the Arctic Ocean, in
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  • whaling grounds. If treated with some forbearance, the whale will restock the Arctic Ocean. Forbearance will restore the wealth in reindeer, which, with musk
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  • little life — -178- If I could bribe them by a Rose -179- As if some little Arctic flower -180- I lost a World - the other day! -181- If I shouldn't be alive
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  • probably from an Assyrian or Hebrew word meaning “the rising sun.” It has the Arctic Ocean on the north, the Pacific on the east and the Indian Ocean on the
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