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the geographical area (in Roman times) to the north of the Antonine Wall

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Melioidosis was confirmed for the first time in New Caledonia in February 1999 in a 46-year-old male nurse who worked at the health center of Ouegoa, a village in the Northern Province.
Caledonia originated as one of six variants selected in 1987 from a Breeder seed lot of 'Geneva' (Sorrells and Jensen, 1987), a stable, commercial wheat cultivar with the pedigree Ross Selection/3/(NY5207aB-2B-34) 'Burt'//'Genesee'/CI 12658/4/ Genesee.
Irish software company Caledonia Ltd has launched Version 2.
In 1842, the merchant ship Caledonia wrecked off a particularly notorious stretch on the Cornish coast.
THE Scottish Rugby Union has taken a major step towards creating a fourth professional team with two key appointments in Caledonia.
The first came November 23, 1998, when his car mysteriously burst into flames inside his garage on the South Pacific island of New Caledonia.
4 billion contract from Goro Nickel, subsidiary of the Canadian Inco group, for the construction and exploitation over 25 years of a power station in New Caledonia.
The Wreck at Sharpnose Point' by Jeremy Seal tells the true story of the wrecking of the Caledonia, and the author's quest to find out the facts of the accident.
Collins & Aikman Floorcoverings presents the Caledonia Collection of Accuweave products.
New Caledonia, with an average annual temperature of approximately 25 [degrees] C, reported 15 cases per 1,000 population per year, while Tokelau, with an average annual temperature of 29 [degrees] C, reported approximately 215 cases per 1,000 population per year.
Dominique Bur, high commissioner of the territorial government and head of the delegation, told reporters in Tokyo that New Caledonia will seek stronger ties with other Asian countries after its autonomy is expanded in June.
Caledonia Reds take on Italian cracks Trev-iso, the Frenchmen of Pau and either Cardiff or Llanelli.
Crows on the Pacific island of New Caledonia make tools out of sticks and leaves, says ecologist Gavin R.