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  • 1 cold pole — noun : pole of cold * * * the location in the northern or southern hemisphere having the coldest annual mean temperature in that hemisphere. Also called pole of cold. [1905 10] …

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  • 2 cold pole — the location in the northern or southern hemisphere having the coldest annual mean temperature in that hemisphere. Also called pole of cold. [1905 10] * * * …

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  • 3 Cold urticaria — Classification and external resources Allergic urticaria on leg in the form of hives induced by cold. ICD 10 L …

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  • 4 pole of cold. — See cold pole. * * * …

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  • 5 pole of cold. — See cold pole …

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  • 6 Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory — Established 1 February 1961 (1 February 1961) Research Type …

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  • 7 Cold One — can refer to: A fictional monster from the Warhammer Fantasy game, used as mounts by the Lizardmen and Dark Elves. Some creatures that appear in Stephenie Meyer s Twilight series. A race of ice spirits that appear in some stories by Clark Ashton… …

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  • 8 Pole of Cold — The Poles of Cold are the places in the Northern and Southern hemispheres where the lowest air temperatures have been recorded. Contents 1 Northern hemisphere 2 Southern hemisphere 3 See also …

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  • 9 Cold — For the virus, see Common cold. For the post grunge band, see Cold (band). For other uses, see Cold (disambiguation). An Iceberg Cold (having less heat) refers to the condition or subjective perception of having low temperature. The c …

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  • 10 Pole of inaccessibility — Map of distance to the nearest coastline (including oceanic islands, but not lakes) with red spots marking the poles of inaccessibility of main land masses, Britain, and the Iberian Peninsula. Thin isolines are 250 km apart; thick lines… …

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  • 11 Pole to Pole — Infobox Television bgcolour = #D6B97A show name = Pole to Pole caption = DVD cover format = Travel camera = picture format = audio format = runtime = 50 min creator = developer = executive producer = starring = Michael Palin narrated = opentheme …

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  • 12 Pole to Pole (book) — infobox Book | name = Pole to Pole with Michael Palin title orig = translator = image caption = Hardcover first edition, 1992, BCA author = Michael Palin cover artist = country = United Kingdom language = English series =… …

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  • 13 pole of cold — a place where the winter cold is the most intense usually located in the interior of a continent * * * pole of cold, the place in either polar region where the lowest winter temperature occurs, such as Verkhoyansk in northern central Asia …

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  • 14 North Pole — For other uses, see North Pole (disambiguation). Coordinates: 90°N 0°W / 90°N 0°W / 90; 0 …

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  • 15 South Pole — This article is about the Geographic South Pole. For other uses, see South Pole (disambiguation). Coordinates: 90°S 0°W / 90°S 0°W / 90; 0 …

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  • 16 Amundsen–Scott South Pole Station — Coordinates: 90°00′S 139°16′W / 90°S 139.267°W / 90; 139.267 …

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  • 17 North Magnetic Pole — Magnetic North redirects here, for other uses see Magnetic North (disambiguation) Part of the Carta Marina of 1539 by Olaus Magnus, depicting the location of magnetic north vaguely conceived as Insula Magnetu[m] (Latin for Island of Magnets ) off …

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  • 18 South Magnetic Pole — Locations of South Magnetic Pole from direct observation and model prediction.[1] For additional general information about the Earth s magnetic poles, see North Magnetic Pole. The Earth s South Magnetic Pole is the wandering point on the Eart …

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  • 19 North Pole-1 — Ivan Papanin on the station North Pole 1 (Russian: Северный полюс 1) was the first Soviet manned drifting station, primarily used for research. North Pole 1 was established on May 21, 1937, and officially opened on June 6, some 20 kilometres… …

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  • 20 Canada in the Cold War — Canada played a middle power, and an occasionally important, role in the Cold War. Throughout the US/Soviet rivalry, Canada was normally on the side of the United States and the West. However opposition to the Vietnam War and Canada s… …

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