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Acadia

Place

Acadia is a neighbourhood in the southeast quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. The area is bounded on the west by Macleod Trail, on the east by the Bow River, on the north by Heritage Drive and on the south by Southland Drive.

Phrases with Acadia

Phrases starting with the word Acadia:

  1. Acadia Dogwood
  2. Acadia polypori
  3. acadia national park

Phrases ending with the word Acadia:

  1. Genus Acadia
  2. Xylotype acadia
  3. Hydroptila acadia
  4. species Xylotype acadia
  5. Species Hydroptila Acadia

Other phrase containing the word Acadia:

  1. species Acadia polypori

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Google previewJust Off Main Street (2005)

by Steven Mulak

Unlike other parks that are built around a single outstanding natural feature, Acadia is a piece of the ordinary—a chunk of the Maine coastline —set aside in its wild state and immune from future development. Of course, there are those of us ...

Google previewA Matter of the Heart (2004)

by T. D. Burns

The National Park here is called Acadia National Park. Acadia is a French name, which originated from the French who first settled this area The French explorer, Champlain, ...

Google previewAcadia National Park (2008)

Adventure, Explore, Discover by Amy Graham

Acadia is a peaceful place. In the summer, it is also a busy place, teeming with tourists. Many come to enjoy the solitude. They come to see the attractions of the island, like Sand Beach, Thunder Hole, and Cadillac Mountain, and to hike the ...

Google previewWriting Acadia (1997)

The Emergence of Acadian Literature 1970-1990 by Hans R. Runte

Acadia is a tautology at hest, as Antonine Maillet's second attempt at definition, puhlished one year after La Sagouine, shows: ...quoi c'esi ca,

Google previewThe Canadian Encyclopedia (1999)

by James H. Marsh

ACADIA, CONTEMPORARY ' 7 1994 — Les Fondateurs [The Founders]. The Académie des lettres du Québec has 36 seats. Marthe Legault Acadia is a land deeply imbued with history. Its present status is that of a minority, ...

Google previewThe College Buzz Book (2007)

by Carolyn C. Wise, Stephanie Hauser

Because Acadia is a small school, it can be difficult to make the perfect schedule. Often courses are only offered in one time slot, and if it conflicts with another course you need you're generally out of luck. This can be frustrating, but going into ...

Google previewA Few Acres of Snow (1992)

Literary and Artistic Images of Canada by Paul Simpson-Housley, Glen Norcliffe

Acadia is a different sort of island, a cultural rather than a physiographic one, but Maillet's writing testifies to a sense of regional insularity. The character of Canadian regions is explored in several novels. For instance, Sitwell demonstrates that ...

Google previewAcademic Dictionary of Film, Television and Theatre

The ACADIA Application Integration Center provides resources and expertise to take applications and other software solutions from prototype to commercial deployment. ACADIA is an independent development and integration entity, with a ...

Google previewMotormouth (2010)

The Complete Canadian Car Guide by Zack Spencer

an alternative to a minivan or full-size truck-based SUV, then a full-size crossover like the Acadia is a wonderful option. Standard safety features include Front and curtain air bags, ABS, traction and stability control Average fuel consumption ...

Google previewMarine Review (1915)

The Acadia is a somewhat similar vessel to the survey steamer Cartier, delivered by the same builders to the Canadian government in the spring of 1910, with the exception that, whereas the Cartier is a twin-screw steamer, having no shelter ...

Google previewThe Makers of Canada: Index and Dictionary of Canadian History

by Various

Thefirst settlementin Acadia wason theIslandof St.Croix in1604, ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of North American Immigration (2009)

by John Powell

Acadia is the region of North America bounded by the St. Lawrence Seaway on the north, the Gulf of St. Lawrence on the east, and the Atlantic Ocean on the south. It includes the present-day Canadian provinces of NEW BRUNSWICK, ...

Google previewBiographical Dictionary of American and Canadian Naturalists and Environmentalists (1997)

by Keir Brooks Sterling

Born Tours, France, 1598; died Nepisiguit, Acadia, (near Bathurst, N.B.), 1688. Trader, colonist, writer. FAMILY AND EDUCATION Son of Jacques Denys de la Thibaudiere, from an engineering family, and Marie Cosnier. Had several brothers: ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Evangelicalism (2004)

by Randall Herbert Balmer

Acadia University church and state—but as the *RELIGIOUS RIGHT began to gather force later in the 1970s, abortion became a matter of religious debate. * PAUL WEYRICH, one of the architects of the *RELIGIOUS RIGHT, for example, insists ...

Google previewColonial America: An Encyclopedia of Social, Political, Cultural, and Economic History (2016)

An Encyclopedia of Social, Political, Cultural, and Economic History by James Ciment

Acadia was the French colony in what became the Canadian provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island. It was distinct from the ...

Google previewEarth's Landscape: An Encyclopedia of the World's Geographic Features [2 volumes] (2015)

An Encyclopedia of the World's Geographic Features by Joyce A. Quinn, Susan L. Woodward

Acadia National Park in Maine, sculpted by continental glaciation, is a rocky landscape with a rugged coastline. Cadillac Mountain, 1,530 ft (466 m), is the highest point on the east coast of the United States and the first part of continental ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Historical Archaeology (2002)

by Charles E. Orser Jnr

Other archaeological sites associated with the defence of the last remnants of Acadia include Port La Joye, located on Ile Saint-Jean (Prince Edward Island) and Fort Beausejour, which defended the last Acadian holdings in the Chignecto ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of Multimedia 1999 (2014)

Terms and Acronyms by Brad Hansen

In other words, the first line in your browser window should be the Acadia National Park heading. Next, create the named anchor (in this ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Varieties of English (2013)

by Raymond Hickey

Acadia became a British territory, but it wasnot until the 1750 s that the French speakers were expelled – some of whom moved to Louisiana, the area of the Mississippi delta where the descendants of the ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Stateless Nations: Ethnic and National Groups Around the World A-Z [4 Volumes] (2002)

by James B. Minahan

NATIONAL HISTORY: Acadia, Acadie in the French language, was colonized in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Centered in what is now Nova Scotia, French colonization spread through the region around the Gulf of St. Lawrence ...

Google previewAbbreviations Dictionary, Tenth Edition (2001)

by Dean A. Stahl, Karen Landen

Acadia; Academy Acad Academia (Latin—academy) ACAD American Conference of Academic Deans; Autodesk Incorporated Acad aper Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences aperture (of sound films) Acad B-A Académie des ...

Google previewThe Routledge Encyclopedia of the Historical Jesus (2014)

by Craig A. Evans

Evans Acadia Divinity College Roman Garrison Independent scholar Timothy J. Geddert Mennonite Brethren Biblical Seminary Jeffrey B. Gibson Harry S. Truman College Terry Giles Gannon ...

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The value of this 6-letter word is 9 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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