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- proper n. The Geographic North Pole or Terrestrial North Pole; the northernmost point on Earth, of latitude 90°.
- proper n. The Magnetic North Pole of Earth.
- proper n. The Geomagnetic North Pole of Earth.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. that point in the heavens, or on the earth, ninety degrees from the equator toward the north.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the northernmost point of the Earth's axis
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In its meanderings the bus had lost its way ending up at this faraway place called the North Pole where a Mr. Santa Claus in a cheery red outfit hailed it to a stop.
When a magnet is tied to a string and suspended in the air, the end that points to the north is called the North Pole and the end that points to the south called South Pole.
They ` re claiming that the North Pole is their territory.
Likewise, if you strip a Supreme Court Justice naked and leave him at the North Pole, that is not a viable life form.
We'll take a break here, and we'll call the North Pole and see if we can't take that matter up.
To reach the small point called the North Pole was in Nansen's opinion of minor importance.
The winning of the North Pole was a fight with nature; the way to the Pole that had been covered and retraced by
Called the North Pole, it is the redevelopment of roughly 16,000 acres just north of the capital.
A blast of cold air from the North Pole has been a late Christmas gift for Southern California skiers and snowboarders - at least for those hardy enough to brave it.
To say that things get a bit ridiculous from here on in would be like saying the North Pole is a bit chilly this time of year.
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