from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. Canada
- abbr. Canadian
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- abbr. Abbreviation of Canada.
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Re, "I'll check one of my old invoices but I'm sure they convert the metal price to canadian then add the additional fees below that subtotal in Can."
I'll check one of my old invoices but I'm sure they convert the metal price to canadian then add the additional fees below that subtotal in Can.
Kate McDonald, June 25, 1872; teacher Concord and Raleigh, 1865-69; teacher Belleville, Can., 1869-1919; superannuated 1919; author Canadian History; Civil war 1861-65; Presbyterian.
Transferred to Camp Mills, then to Montreal, Can., to Halifax May 31st.
Eastern synods draw up among their canons laws for monks, often merely enforcing the old rule (e.g. the Synod of Gangres in the middle of the fourth century, Can., xix, etc.).
Archbishop Cleary, of Kingston, Can., recently distinguished himself by an ebullition of unchristian bile that will long be used as an excuse for the existence of the A.P.A. His utterances were a disgrace to his office.
Can., vol. VIII, sec. 2 (old ser.), and in separate form (Montreal, 1891).
Can., vol. XI, old ser., sec. 2, as an appendix to an article by Sir J.G. Bourinot on Parliamentary G.vernment in Canada.
Coast Guard helicopter helps man on Can. navy ship A Coast Guard helicopter crew from Port Angeles, Wash., went to the aid of a Canadian navy vessel near Washington's Clallam Bay, evacuating a 42-year-old man with chest pains.
It means you can call the States, and / or long distance in Can., from your cell phone, for "free," as in no long distance charges, only airtime.
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