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- n. A Kodiak bear
- proper n. A town in Alaska: see Wikipedia:Kodiak, Alaska
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- proper n. Same as Kodiak bear.
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KODIAK -- The Alaska Department of Transportation says the main crosswind runway at Kodiak
I was hunting in Kodiak for Bear, (At the I was a Sailor ....
Group, LLC (hereinafter referred to as Kodiak) to support its expansion and growth strategies.
The Alutiiq (known as Kodiak-Aleut in Russian America) number around 3,000, of whom 500-1,000 still speak the language.
Janet and her husband Roland bought the business then called the Kodiak Mortuary from Walter and Mildred Muller almost 30 years ago.
Skagway, Juneau and Ketchikan, plus less-visited outposts such as Kodiak, Homer and Hoonah.
Conwood, which has multiple brands such as Kodiak and Grizzly, plans to spend $54 million on U.S.
Homebuilding and Kodiak Mining, Co. ( "Kodiak"), for all periods presented.
(OTCBB: KDKN) ( "Kodiak" or the "Corporation") today announces that it has entered into a strategic agreement with Ore-More Resources Inc.
(TSX VENTURE: KDK) (OTCBB: KDKN) ( "Kodiak" or the "Corporation"), announces that Mr. Mark Hlady will not be standing for re-election as a director at the Corporation's upcoming annual meeting of shareholders.
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