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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 outbreak in Sweden was associated with unusually warm weather and abnormally high numbers of mosquitoes and gnats (Rehbinder et al.
THE VERDICT The film is beautifully directed by Asif Kapadia (who made the acclaimed art house hit The Warrior) and is at its best when dwelling on the nomadic life of the two women out on the tundra.
Wireless and video infrastructure OEM's with space constrained, cost sensitive designs, can take advantage of Tundra's proven RapidIO Switches, including; scalability, performance, hardware multicast, and low latency, in a small 21x21mm package.
Readers have been nearly unanimous in support of "Tundra," according to e-mails, phone messages, letters and comments submitted to our online forum.
Of course, we don't know how much tundra actually grows in Santa Monica, but the company's plush fur headpiece, designed after the traditional Russian hat, is a real crowd-pleaser, and is available in a wide variety of colors and sizes to fit just about every head and every fan.
In developing the second-generation Tundra for 2007, Toyota took a grassroots approach, designing it in the U.S.
Toyota is offering buyers rebates of $3,500, up from the previous $2,000, for all models of the 2007 Tundra, the officials said.
A new study in the Journal of Ecology reveals that Canada's tundra is disappearing at a rapid rate as forests of spruce and shrubs push into once-frozen landscapes.
I recently attended the regional Toyota dealership meeting and Tundra's national marketing manager was on hand.
ENERGY RESOURCE-20 March 2007-Exide Tapped as Exclusive Battery Supplier for Toyota Tundra Trucks(C)2007 JeraOne - http://www.jeraone.com
Tundra Tours, currently managed by Joe Sage, has been a Barrow institution for more than 50 years.
Tundra In this biome, temperatures can dip below freezing (0[degrees]C, or 32[degrees]F) for 10 months a year.