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  1. The Desert bighorn sheep is the state mammal of Nevada. The Bighorn sheep was featured in the children's book Buford the Little Bighorn (1967) by Bill Peet. The Bighorn sheep named Buford has a huge pair of horns in the Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter, similar to Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer .

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    Theo định nghĩa chính thức của Liên Hợp Quốc, "Bắc Mỹ" bao gồm 3 khu vực: Bắc Mỹ, Trung Mỹ và Caribe. Pháp, Ý, Bồ Đào Nha, Tây Ban Nha, Romani, Hy Lạp và các quốc gia Mỹ Latinh sử dụng mô hình 6 châu lục, trong đó Bắc Mỹ và Nam Mỹ được gộp thành một châu lục và tên gọi Bắc Mỹ được dùng để chỉ tiểu lục địa chứa Canada, Hoa Kỳ, Mexico, Saint Pierre và Miquelon (thuộc Pháp), và đôi khi cả Greenland và Bermuda.

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    Bắc Mỹ là phần phía Bắc của vùng đất thường được biết đến với các tên gọi Tân thế giới, Tây Bán cầu hay châu Mỹ. Bắc Mỹ là châu lục có diện tích lớn thứ ba sau châu Á và châu Phi. Kết nối bằng đường bộ duy nhất giữa Bắc Mỹ và Nam Mỹ là ở eo đất Daria hoặc eo đất Panama. Theo phần lớn các nhà địa lý học, điểm cực Đông Nam của Bắc Mỹ là khoảng cách Darién Gap nằm trên đường biên giới giữa Colombia và Panama, khiến cho gần như toàn bộ Panama được xem là thuộc Nam Mỹ. Tuy nhiên, một số nhà địa ch...

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    Bắc Mỹ là một lục địa rất lớn kéo dài từ vòng Bắc Cực đến chí tuyến Bắc. Greenland, cũng như khu vực Canadian Shield, có khí hậu đài nguyên với nhiệt độ trung bình 10 đến 20 °C (50 đến 68 °F), tuy nhiên, ở trung tâm Greenland là một dải băng rất lớn. Khí hậu đài nguyên này có phạm vi trên khắp Canada và kết thúc ở dãy núi Rocky (mặc dù vẫn bao gồm Alaska) cũng như ở cuối Canadian Shield, gần Ngũ Đại Hồ. Khu vực ở phía Tây dãy núi Cascade có khí hậu ôn đới với lượng mưa trung bình là 20 inch (...

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    Các loài động vật nổi bật ở Bắc Mỹ bao gồm bò bison, gấu đen, báo đốm, báo sư tử, cầy thảo nguyên, gà tây, linh dương sừng nhánh, gấu mèo, sói đồng cỏ và bướm vua. Các loài thực vật nổi bật được canh tác ở Bắc Mỹ bao gồm thuốc lá, ngô, bí, cà chua, hoa hướng dương, việt quất, bơ, bông Mexico, ớt và vani.

    Phương tiện liên quan tới North Americatại Wikimedia Commons
    "North America"/"Central America". The Columbia Encyclopedia, 6th ed. 2001-6. New York, Columbia University Press.
    "North America"/"Central America". Encyclopædia Britannica. 2006. Chicago, Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.
    • 25.0 nghìn tỷ đô la Mỹ (2018; hạng 3)
    • 579.024.000 (2016; hạng 4)
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    • 24.709.000 km² (9.540.000 dặm vuông Anh) (hạng 3)
  2. There is also no Prime Minister of Canada with ten letters in his/her last name, though we have six, seven, eight, lots of nines and an eleven. ("St. ("St. Laurent" would count if you perversely decided to include the dot but not the space).

  3. Non-notable event, fails WP:GNG. Störm (talk) 04:03, 7 May 2021 (UTC) Delete A search seems to suggest this was just a warm-up tour where no matches with official status were played with matches against club/regional sides in Pakistan rather than the full Pakistan team.

  4. en.wiktionary.org › wiki › routeroute - Wiktionary

    • English
    • Dutch
    • French
    • Middle English
    • Norman
    • Old French

    Pronunciation

    1. (Received Pronunciation, Ireland) IPA(key): /ɹuːt/ 2. (General American) IPA(key): /ɹuːt/, /ɹaʊt/ 3. (General Australian) IPA(key): /ɹʉːt/ 4. (Canada) IPA(key): /ɹut/ 5. Homophones: root, rute (/ɹuːt/); rout (/ɹaʊt/) 6. Rhymes: -uːt, -aʊt

    Etymology 1

    From Middle English route, borrowed from Old French route, rote (“road, way, path”) (compare modern French route), from Latin (via) rupta (“(road) opened by force”), from rumpere viam "to open up a path". As a Chinese administrative division, a semantic loan from Chinese 路 (lù).

    Further reading

    1. route in Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary, G. & C. Merriam, 1913. 2. route in The Century Dictionary, New York, N.Y.: The Century Co., 1911.

    Etymology

    Borrowed from Middle French route, from Old French route, from Latin rupta (via).

    Pronunciation

    1. IPA(key): /ˈru.tə/ 2. Hyphenation: rou‧te 3. Rhymes: -utə

    Noun

    route f (plural routes or routen, diminutive routetje n) 1. route, course, way (particular pathway or direction one travels) 2. road, route

    Etymology

    From Middle French route, from Old French route, rote, from Latin rupta via.

    Pronunciation

    1. IPA(key): /ʁut/ 2. Rhymes: -ut

    Noun

    route f (plural routes) 1. road(sometimes route like "Route 66") 2. route, way, path

    Etymology 1

    Borrowed from Middle French, Old French route, rote, Anglo-French rute"troop, band"

    Etymology 2

    From Old English hrutan, "to make a noise; snore" Compare Old Norse or Middle Dutch ruten, ruyten, Old Swedish ruta. For senses 4 and 5 compare Old Icelandic hrjota"to burst, spring forth."

    Etymology 3

    Converted from the noun route. Compare Old French aroter.

    Etymology

    From Old French route, from Latin rupta (via).

    Noun

    route f (plural routes) 1. (Jersey) road 2. (Jersey, nautical, of a watercraft) course

    Alternative forms

    1. rote 2. route

    Etymology

    From Latin rupta (via).

    Noun

    route f (oblique plural routes, nominative singular route, nominative plural routes) 1. route (course or way which is traveled or passed)

  5. For Asian Rut and National Front Disco is simply the narrator. In fact, I feel that the song Asian Rut is anti-racist with lyrics such as "Oh, English boys, It must be wrong, Three against one?". I personally think Asian Rut is about desiring humanity based on lyrics such as "(I'm) On my way to somewhere civilised and maybe I'll even arrive".

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    The company's main line begins at Portal, North Dakota on the Canadian border, and extends southeast along former MStP&SSM trackage to the Twin Cities (Minneapolis-St. Paul). Ex-Milwaukee Road trackage takes the Soo Line from the Twin Cities to Chicago via Milwaukee. Between Chicago and Detroit, where the CP-owned Detroit River Tunnel connects back into Canada, the Soo Line has trackage rights over the Norfolk Southern Railway and haulage rights over CSX Transportation. Major branches include a connection from the border at Noyes to Glenwood, Minnesota and, until it was sold to the Indiana Rail Road in 2006, a line from Chicago to Louisville, Kentucky. Through trackage rights over the BNSF Railway the Soo Line also serves Duluth from the Twin Cities.[2] At the end of 1970 Soo operated 4693 miles of road on 6104 miles of track; that year it reported 8249 million ton-miles of revenue freight and no passengers.

    The present Soo Line Railroad Company was actually incorporated October 19, 1949 in Minnesota as the Duluth, South Shore and Atlantic Railroad, as part of the plan for reorganizing the Duluth, South Shore and Atlantic Railway and subsidiary Mineral Range Railroad. When the CP consolidated several subsidiaries on January 1, 1961, it used this company to merge the Minneapolis, St. Paul and Sault Ste. Marie Railroad and Wisconsin Central Railroad into, and renamed it to the present name, Soo Line Railroad. The Soo Line gained control of the Minneapolis, Northfield and Southern Railway (MN&S), a Twin Cities-area short line, in June 1982.[3] Passenger service was mostly eliminated by the 1961 merger, but several trains remained for a few more years. These were a Saint Paul to Duluth daytime train known only as Trains 62 and 63 (discontinued June 1961);[4] the overnight Chicago to Duluth Laker and its Saint Paul connection (both discontinued January 15, 1965);[5] the Twin Cities to Winnip...

    The Presidents of the Soo Line Railroad were:[9] 1. Leonard Murray, 1961–1978. Previously President of the Duluth, South Shore and Atlantic Railroad and graduate of the University of Minnesota Law School[10]. 2. Thomas M. Beckley, 1978–1983. 3. Dennis Miles Cavanaugh, 1983–1986, 1987–1989. 4. Robert C. Gilmore, 1986–1987. 5. Edwin V. Dodge, 1989–1996

    Some of the railroad's diesel locomotiveshave been preserved: 1. Soo 700, an EMD GP30, at the Lake Superior Railroad Museum, Duluth, Minnesota. Restored for use on their North Shore Scenic Railroad. 2. Soo 703, an EMD GP30, at the Colfax Railroad Museum, Colfax, Wisconsin. 3. Soo 715, an EMD GP30, is preserved at the National Railroad Museum in Green Bay, Wisconsin. 4. Soo 500, an EMD FP7, at Ladysmith WI. 5. Soo 2500, an EMD FP7, at the Lake Superior Railroad Museum, Duluth, Minnesota. Also restored for use on their North Shore Scenic Railroad. In addition, a number of the railroad's 145-strong all-steel cabooseshave been preserved.

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