Definitions

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  • noun a lake in southern Canada in Manitoba

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Examples

  • The official opposition blames the financial shortfall on the NDP having Manitoba Hydro build its new transmission line Bipole III down the west side of Lake Winnipeg, which is nearly 500 kilometres longer than an east-side route and comes at an extra cost, estimated by some to be hundreds of millions more.

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  • A review of methods for prediction of potential fish production with application to the Great Lakes and Lake Winnipeg.

    Approaches to projecting climate change effects on arctic fish populations

  • It goes into Canada, into Lake Winnipeg, but not before it's going to do quite a bit of damage to some of the towns there as it floods.

    CNN Transcript Mar 26, 2009

  • From Wahpeton, N.D., to the mouth of Lake Winnipeg, the snaking 545-mile-long river drops only 229 feet in elevation, an average of less than 6 inches per mile, according to the water institute.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » This Can’t Possibly End Well

  • Both King and Back describe collecting a specimen of Charadrius melodus on Lake Winnipeg.

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  • Back on the other hand emphasizes the fact that Lake Winnipeg may be the northern limit of the piping plover's range.

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  • This ecoregion covers much of northern Saskatchewan, north-central Manitoba (north and east of Lake Winnipeg) and a portion of northwestern Ontario.

    Midwestern Canadian Shield forests

  • Back on the other hand emphasizes the fact that Lake Winnipeg may be the northern limit of the piping plover's range.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • From there, some of the water flows into Lake Winnipeg, then into the Nelson River which drains into the Hudson Bay.

    Champ de Glace

  • Both King and Back describe collecting a specimen of Charadrius melodus on Lake Winnipeg.

    Archive 2008-05-01

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