from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A river of northwestern Northwest Territories, Canada, meandering about 748 km (465 mi) north, west, and north again to Liverpool Bay, an arm of the Arctic Ocean.


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  • Named for musicians of the Sarah McLachlan and Jewel ilk, the progression follows the pattern vi-IV-I-V (which, in the key of A minor, would be Am-F-C-G).

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