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  • n. Plural form of Klondike.

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Examples

  • Where a huge walk-in freezer resides, the home of half-gallons, the land of ice cream, Popsicles and Klondikes.

    "Monster" by A. Lee Martinez (Orbit)

  • Perhaps best of all, we came away with a nice picture of Si and Laura — and a splendid time was had by all, especially when we finished the evening off with Heath Bar Klondikes at home.

    AKMA’s Random Thoughts

  • Modern-day Klondikes are sprouting up across the country, turning a very traditional society upside down and threatening to disfigure an island whose biodiversity earned it the name of the 'Noah's Ark of the Indian Ocean'.

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  • Modern-day Klondikes are sprouting all over Madagascar, turning a very traditional society upside down and threatening to disfigure an island whose biodiversity earned it the name of the "Noah's Ark of the

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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