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“It is called Arctica, and it has a 2-column layout with a light-on-dark colorscheme with a touch of purple.”
“First up, the Aussie duo of Kate Cooper and Damon Cox -- better known as An Horse -- performed "Dressed Sharply" off their acclaimed sophomore effort "Walls" live on a pool table within the Arctica Bar in New York City.”
“In this first edition, three acts who participated in "A-Sides" sessions earlier this year performed (not all at once) at the spiffy (and clean) men's room located at the Arctica Bar in New York City.”
“This year I started a new novel, ‘Arctica’ based on one of my Aurealis Award nominated short stories – I hope to see that book finished before Christmas.”
“Sonata Arctica (I've heard good things about them but haven't had a chance to check them out yet),”
“It is a clam, an Arctica islandica to be precise, and it is somewhere between 405 and 410 years old.”
“The team from Bangor University in Wales was dredging the waters north of Iceland as part of routine research when the unfortunate specimen, belonging to the clam species Arctica islandica, commonly known as the ocean quahog, was hauled up from waters 250 feet deep.”
“Arctica isn't enormous, and it's fertile for Rolandic life.”
“None of it squares with the scanty relics we have, if they are relics, or with the fact that no area the size of Arctica could spawn a dozen different intelligent species, or ... hellfire, man, with the way your common sense tells you aborigines would behave when humans arrived!”
“Arctica covers five million square kilometers," she flung back.”
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