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  • Order Canadian Parts Online Edmonton Mazda Club
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  • Nexen is a Canadian oil and gas company based in Calgary, Alberta. On February 25, 2013, Nexen became a wholly owned subsidiary of Beijing-based CNOOC
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  • Cryotherapy (Cryosurgery) University of Calgary (1997-2003) -- EBRT vs Cryotherapy Randomized. Trial closed prematurely due to slowing patient accrual
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  • 2002. Calgary, Alberta, Canada pages: 48, 149 Daffern, Gillean - Kananaskis Country Trail Guide vol. 2, Rocky Mountain Books, 2003. Calgary, Alberta
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  • Plains". University of Calgary (The Applied History Research Group). 2007. http://www.ucalgary.ca/applied_history/tutor/calgary/bisoneconomy.html. Retrieved
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  • were sold for a record $16 million, and relocated north to become the Calgary Flames in 1980–81. Two years later, the Rockies were sold for $30 million
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  • In 1924, the Canadiens defeated the PCHA's Millionaires and the WCHL's Calgary Tigers on the strength of two shutouts by Georges Vezina and a strong offensive
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  • Renaissance Studies; Arizona State University) Michael Ullyot (University of Calgary) Diane Jakacki (Georgia Institute of Technology) Jessica Murphy (University
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  • Yoshida. Photos and information on the Pleiades from the University of Calgary Information on the Pleiades from SEDS Information and images from the Anglo-Australian
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  • compress very long-range redundancies, such as lzip[2] and rzip[3]. "The Calgary corpus"[4][5] is a series of 14 files, most of them ASCII text, and was
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  • Championships in Anchorage, Alaska. Czech teenager Petr Nedved walked into a Calgary police station in January 1989 after playing in the Mac's AAA midget hockey
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  • Trek". The University of Calgary (The Applied History Research Group). 1997. http://www.ucalgary.ca/applied_history/tutor/calgary/onottawa.html. Retrieved
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  • Richard Bedford Bennett August 7 , 1930 October 23, 1935 Conservative Calgary West (AB) William Lyon Mackenzie King (3rd time) October 23, 1935 November
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  • NHL clubs in exhibition games that were known as the Super Series. The Calgary Flames and Washington Capitals similarly toured the Soviet Union in 1989
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  • Books Boer, Peter (2006), The Calgary Flames, Overtime Books, ISBN 1-897277-07-5  Coleman, Charles (1964), Trail of the Stanley Cup, Vol I., Kendall/Hunt
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  • falling to the Devils. In 2004, the Tampa Bay Lightning defeated the Calgary Flames to win the Cup. The Lightning win in 2004 was seen as the end to
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  • to promote the game world wide, the league sent the San Jose Sharks and Calgary Flames to begin the 1998–99 season with two games in Tokyo, Japan. Since
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  • The Colorado Rockies battle the Atlanta Flames in 1978. These teams are now the New Jersey Devils and Calgary Flames respectively.
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  • than usual RT outcomes. Results never widely accepted University of Calgary (1997-2003) -- EBRT vs Cryotherapy Randomized. Trial closed prematurely
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  • beer equals the tomato juice. Ruddy Mary  Gin replacing vodka. Red Eye, Calgary Red Eye, or Saskatchewan Red Eye  Beer replacing vodka, usually in a 50/50
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