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wapiti

large deer from North America. Called also American elk, Cervus canadensis.
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Combined, Pembina expects to incur incremental capital expenditures for the additional 16" diameter pipeline and the Wapiti to Kakwa Pipeline of approximately $435 million, bringing total estimated capital for the Phase III Expansion to $2.
As Roosevelt once said of his beloved wapiti, "In domestication, the bulls are very dangerous to human beings and will kill a man at once if he can get him at a disadvantage, but in a state of nature, they rarely indeed overcome their abject terror of humanity, even when wounded and cornered.
One of the Peace Wapiti 0MacEwan College and, when she graduates, will be certified by the Alberta Teachers' Association.
Also, the deal calls for Wapiti to operate the Newton and Midway Loop fields as well as the other fields of Texas of which Delta was the operator.
Take, for instance, the high country wapiti (elk) with wild blueberry sauce on the menu of the Liliget Feast House, or the pheasant pate with gooseberry compote offered up at the Sweetgrass Aboriginal Bistro.
For pure speed, Ted's Rock, Wapiti, and Red Tail are broad intermediate cruisers.
a large animal of the deer (Cervus canadensis) family sometimes called wapiti
Ce sont des producteurs agricoles qui exploitent des creneaux particuliers tels que celui de la vente de la viande de wapiti.
Specimen counts in archaeofaunal samples usually evince deer (Odocoileus hemionus) and wapiti (Cervus elaphus) as being numerically dominated by marine taxa.
Wapiti Valley Taxidermy Shop (e mail only)" wapiti@cmn.
And few who have seen the stately wapiti elk of Grand Teton National Park during their fall migration would want to visit Teton at any other time, even if that means having the kids play hooky for a week or two.