Mackenzie

[n] - Canadian explorer (born in England) who explored the Mackenzie River and who was first to cross North American by land north of Mexico (1764-1820) 2. [n] - a Canadian river
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Mackenzie

Sir Alexander Mackenzie noun Canadian explorer (born in England) who explored the Mackenzie River and who was first to cross North American by land north of Mexico (1764-1820)
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Mackenzie

Mackenzie River noun a Canadian river; flows into the Beaufort Sea
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MacKenzie

MacKenzie is a English mixed name. The meaning of the name is `Born of Fire` Where is it used? The name Mackenzie is mainly used In English.How do they say it elsewhere? Mckenzie ( In English) Makenzie ( In English) From Old English. The name MacKenzie appears In the name list top 1000 for both male and female. Below you can find the statistics ...
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Mackenzie

Type: Term Pronunciation: mă-ken′zē Definitions: 1. Richard J., Scottish surgeon, 1821-1854. See: Mackenzie amputation
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Mackenzie

Type: Term Pronunciation: mă-ken′zē Definitions: 1. James, Scottish physician practicing in London, 1853-1925. See: Mackenzie polygraph
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Mackenzie

[surname] Mackenzie, MacKenzie and McKenzie are Scottish surnames. Originally pronounced məˈkɛŋjiː in Scots, the z representing the old Middle Scots letter, yogh. The names are anglicised forms of the Scottish Gaelic MacCoinnich, which is a patronymic form of the personal name Coinneach, anglicised as Kenneth. The personal name means `...
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Mackenzie

The USS Mackenzie was an American Buchanan Class destroyer of 1630 tons displacement launched in 1942. The USS Mackenzie was powered by four Babcock and Wilcox oil-burning boilers providing a top speed of 36.5 knots. She carried a complement of 210 and was armed with four 5 inch guns; four 40 mm Bofors anti-aircraft guns; seven 20 mm Oerlikon anti-...
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Mackenzie

[provincial electoral district] ==Sources== 1. Elections BC 2. SUMMARIES OF PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS AND BY-ELECTIONS, BRITISH COLUMBIA 1928 TO 1969.By: BRITISH COLUMBIA. CHIEF ELECTORAL OFFICER, Published: 1969, McMaster University Government Publications. ...
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Mackenzie

[given name] Mackenzie is a given name derived from a Scottish surname. In North America, the name is used for girls more often than boys. ==Statistics== Mackenzie was the 64th most popular name for girls born in the United States in 2007. This spelling of the name was also among the top 1,000 most popular names for American boys from 1980 ...
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Mackenzie

Mackenzie, river, c.1,120 mi (1,800 km) long, issuing from Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories, Canada, and flowing generally NW to the Arctic Ocean through a great delta. Between Great Slave Lake and Lake Athabasca it is known as the Slave River. At Lake Athabasca, the Finlay-Peace river system...
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Mackenzie

[electoral district] Mackenzie was a federal electoral district in Saskatchewan, Canada, that was represented in the Canadian House of Commons from 1904 to 1997. This riding was created in 1903, when Saskatchewan was still a part of the Northwest Territories. In 1905, when Saskatchewan was created, the district was retained in the province....
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