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tundra

a vegetation type typical of arctic and antarctic zones, consisting of lichens, grasses, sedges and dwarf woody plants.
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Tundra Restaurant Supply is the leading distributor of food service equipment, supplies and parts to innovative restaurant concepts.
Scheiber said Tundra Fonder had investments in over thirty companies in Pakistan with a focus on environmental, social and governance basis.
Flanked by thousands of screaming fans, the Tundra led the parade of Eagles players and staff through the citys downtown streets.
Toyota Motor Corporation (NYSE: TM), a Japan-based automaker, is withdrawing production of its two-door 'single cab' Tundra full-sized pickup truck in the 2018 model year.
These datasets allowed us to evaluate the mechanisms driving trends and variability of NDVI for tundra in Alaska along the Beaufort, east Chukchi, and east Bering Seas within the context of remote sensing, reanalysis, and meteorological station data as well as regional modeling.
s Golar Tundra floating storage and regasification unit for an aggregate purchase price of USD 330m, the company said.
Something like tundra probably existed in Snowdonia long before the current post-glacial period.
When Tundra died, my aunt left me with this thought: "Every dog is a gift from God; just look at the spelling, dog spelled backwards is God.
Also unchanged: Consumer Reports lists the Tundra as a recommended buy, with reliability that has been above average.
Toyota Group vice president Bill Fay speaks during the debut of the 2014 Toyota Tundra at the Chicago Autoshow yesterday.
The Roadie 20 is the most portable cooler available from YETI, a company that's built its name on TUNDRA models ranging from 7.
A NEW study has identified an Arctic-temperature tipping point, above which tundra fires are likely to become significantly more frequent.