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Can·a·da

(kan'ă-dă),
Wilma J., 20th-century U.S. radiologist. See: Cronkhite-Canada syndrome.
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These men would set out from Montreal with canoes well stocked with goods, with arms and ammunition, and would make their way up the mazy and wandering rivers that interlace the vast forests of the Canadas, coasting the most remote lakes, and creating new wants and habitudes among the natives.
The general character of the United States, of the Canadas, and of Mexico, is that of luxuriant fertility.
"Is the face of my great Canada father turned again toward his Huron children?" demanded the orator of the Delawares.
This part of the service is apt to be fulfilled by French creoles from Canada and the valley of the Mississippi.
"I came to Canada solely because of its political attractions; its Government is the most corrupt in the world."
Smyth, a respectable woman from the settlement in Canada, whither they were fleeing, being fortunately about crossing the lake to return thither, had consented to appear as the aunt of little Harry; and, in order to attach him to her, he had been allowed to remain, the two last days, under her sole charge; and an extra amount of petting, jointed to an indefinite amount of seed-cakes and candy, had cemented a very close attachment on the part of the young gentleman.
When I left the North, my new mistress took me to Canada. Talk about air!

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