The Caribou, colloquially referred to as The Newfie Bullet, was a passenger train operated by Canadian National Railways (CNR) on the island of Newfoundland. ==History== The Dominion of Newfoundland became the 10th province of Canada when it entered Confederation on March 31, 1949. At that time, CNR took over the operations of the N
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Caribou is a term used in North America for wild reindeer. The term can also refer to: ==Music== ==Transportation== ==Place== ==Other uses== == See also == ...
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The Caribou was a Newfoundland passenger liner of 2222 tons displacement launched in 1935 and strengthened for ice navigation. The Caribou was powered by coal-fired boilers providing a top speed of 14 knots and carried a complement of 42 and accommodated 180 passengers. During the Second World War the Caribou was used as a troop ship carrying 243 t
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Any of several large North American deer which are related to Old World reindeer. Caribou meat is called 'venison.' Antelope, elk, deer, moose, and reindeer meat are also classified as venison, the most popular large animal game meat.
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- arctic deer with large antlers in both sexes
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Twin Prop Transport aircraft [CA]
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[ Canadian French.] (Zoology)
The American reindeer, especially the common or woodland species ( Rangifer Caribou
). Barren Ground caribou
. See under Barren .
-- Woodland caribou
, the common reindeer (
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reindeer noun arctic deer with large antlers in both sexes; called `reindeer` in Eurasia and `caribou` in North America
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• (n.) The American reindeer, especially the common or woodland species (Rangifer Caribou).
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city, Aroostook county, northeastern Maine, U.S. It lies along the Aroostook River, near the New Brunswick border, 13 miles (21 km) north of Presque ...
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in North America, a native species of reindeer (q.v.).
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[album] Caribou is the eighth album by the English singer-songwriter Elton John, released in 1974 (see 1974 in music). It was John`s fourth chart-topping album in the United States and his third in the United Kingdom. The album contains the singles, "Don`t Let the Sun Go Down on Me", which reached number 16 in the UK Singles Chart and numbe
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[musician] Daniel Victor Snaith (born 1978) is a Canadian composer, musician and recording artist under stage names Caribou, Manitoba and Daphni. In 2005, he obtained a PhD in mathematics at Imperial College London. == Career== Snaith previously recorded under the stage name Manitoba, but changed his name in 2004 under threat of an American
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Caribou (kâr'ibOO) , town (1990 pop. 9,415), Aroostook co., NE Maine, on the Aroostook River; inc. 1859. A processing and shipping hub for a potato-growing region, it is also a winter sports center. Nearby Loring Air Force Base, once important to the local economy, is now closed.
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caribou, name in North America for the genus (Rangifer) of deer from which the Old World reindeer was originally domesticated. Caribou are found in arctic and subarctic regions. They are the only deer in which both sexes have antlers. The broad hooves support the animal (males may weigh over 300 lb/...
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The Caribou or Cariboo is two American species of reindeer, sometimes regarded as specifically identical with the Old World reindeer. They have never been brought under the sway of man, but are a great object of chase for the sake of their flesh.
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The reindeer of North America
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[drink] Caribou is a sweet Québécois alcoholic beverage composed of red wine, hard liquor, usually whisky, and maple syrup or sugar. Caribou can be made at home but is now available as a premixed beverage by the Société des alcools du Québec. It can be consumed hot or cold depending on the weather and served with citrus and cinnamon in
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