Arctic


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polar

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the regions to the north of the Arctic Circle centered on the North Pole

a waterproof overshoe that protects shoes from water or snow

of or relating to the Arctic

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extremely cold

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References in classic literature ?
Your house is my house," she said, as the little bone-shod sleigh squeaked and bumped behind them in the awful Arctic night.
Amoraq jumped from the bench where she sat, and began to sweep things into the girl's lap--stone lamps, iron skin-scrapers, tin kettles, deer- skins embroidered with musk-ox teeth, and real canvas-needles such as sailors use--the finest dowry that has ever been given on the far edge of the Arctic Circle, and the girl from the North bowed her head down to the very floor.
Of the pioneers in that far Arctic wilderness, where all men were pioneers, he was reckoned among the oldest.
Crayford during the lieutenant's absence in the Arctic regions.
This process accomplished, the Arctic explorer proceeded resolutely on his way to further discoveries.
I am waiting to encourage her, captain, until she is left alone with me--after you have all sailed for the Arctic seas.
If it is, as commander of the Arctic expedition, I have a particular request to make.
Sure," I said, with a grateful nod and an air of certitude that I, too, would hunt whales and be in smashed boats in the Arctic Ocean.
Three years before, they had prospected from the head-reaches of the Koyokuk northward and clear across to the mouth of the Mackenzie on the Arctic Ocean.
Not until we reach the extreme confines of life, in the arctic regions or on the borders of an utter desert, will competition cease.
public that the time is up to look forward and protect the Arctic for our children and our environment future.
As Alaskans, we call for a two-pronged strategy to effectively advance US interests in the Arctic.
On the establishment of the AEC and the secretariat, he said, "This is a historical event and breakthrough" in Arctic affairs.
After a long day of discussions, the outgoing chair of the Arctic Council, Canadian Minister of the Environment Leona Aglukkaq, handed Secretary Kerry a wooden gavel hand-crafted from birch and featuring images of a raven and salmon.
Hitherto, the Arctic states have displayed an enviable record of cooperation, dialogue and peaceful resolution of disputes.