yukon

  1. a North American river; flows into the Bering Sea
  2. a territory in northwestern Canada; site of the Klondike gold rush in the 1890s

Yukon

A large river in Alaska.
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Yukon

[n] - a North American river 2. [n] - a territory in northwestern Canada
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Yukon

Yukon Territory noun a territory in northwestern Canada; site of the Klondike gold rush in the 1890s
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Yukon

Yukon (yOO'kon) , river, c.2,000 mi (3,220 km) long, rising in Atlin Lake, NW British Columbia, Canada, and receiving numerous headwater streams; one of the longest rivers of North America. It flows generally northwest, past Dawson and across the Alaska border, to Fort Yukon, thence generally so...
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Yukon

River in North America, 3,185 km/1,979 mi long, flowing from Lake Tagish in Yukon Territory into Alaska, where it empties into the Bering Sea. It is the third-longest North American river after the Mississippi and the Missouri
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YUKON

Faint gem-like patterns on blades of Sanemori of Hoki.
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Yukon

[software] Yukon is a front end to the UNIX OpenGL video capture library seom. It is compatible with VLC through a plugin for purposes of live streaming. Yukon`s lead developer is Tomas Carnecky. ...
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Yukon

[solitaire] Yukon is a version of solitaire similar to standard Klondike solitaire, but with the following additions: ==Variations== == See also == ...
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Yukon

Yukon n is the westernmost and smallest of Canada`s three federal territories. Whitehorse is the territorial capital and Yukon`s only city. The territory was split from the Northwest Territories in 1898. Receiving royal assent on March 27, 2002, the federal government modernized the Yukon Act to confirm `Yukon` as the current standard, though ...
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