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Perseverance The act of persistence; activity maintained in spite of difficulties
Fatigue A loss of strength that is caused by hard work or mental effort
Athabascan A tribe of Northern Canadian and Alaskan natives
Veteran A person who is experienced at their work
Rookie A person who has just joined a group and has no experience.
Siberian Husky Medium sized Northern breed of dog
Malamute A large husky type dog
Booties A type of sock that is made to protect the dog’s feet from small cuts and sores.
Mush “Go” or “Go faster”- said as an order to a team of dogs pulling a sled
Gee Used to direct dogs or other animals to the RI G HT
Haw Use to direct animals to the LEFT
Runners The long narrow parts on which a sled or an ice skate glides
Pedaling Pushing the sled with one foot while the other remains on the runner.
Rigging Lines of a racing sled like chains, rope, or wire
Gang Line Main rope that runs forward from the sled
Stake A stick pr post sharpened at one end for driving into the ground, used as a support, boundary mark, or post.
Tether A rope or chain used to fasten a horse, donkey, or other animal- to keep it confined within limits
Toggles A pin, bolt, or rod put through the eye of a rope or link of chain to prevent slipping, to secure, or attach
Stanchion An upright pillar or bar
Slat A thin strip of wood that makes up the bottom of a sled basket
Hypothermia Too little heat- what happens when your body temperature falls below normal
Frontier The last settled area of a country before the part that is not settled or developed begins
Overflow To flow beyond normal limits
Aurora Bands of flashing/moving lights that can be seen in the night sky mainly in the region of the North Pole
The specialized or technical language (vocabulary) of a trade, profession, or similar group.
Ice hockey is a team sport played on ice in which skaters use sticks to shoot a hard rubber hockey puck into their opponent's net to score points. In.
Gate Latch The hook is inserted into the eye screw to latch.
Newton’s Laws of Motion. To get us started…. Sir Isaac Newton Born in England in 1643 Lived for 85 years.
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Sled Dogs By Daniel Buller. Speed Sled dogs have a very good quality They are able to go extremely fast They can go 20 mph for 25 miles Dog sledging is.
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Siberian Huskies are strong, compact, working dogs. Color choices include Black and White, which ranges from light (dilute) to dark (jet), Red and White,
Properties Of Water. 71% of the Earth is covered by water, and 97% of this water is in the oceans. Water is made up of two atoms of hydrogen, and.
Building controller with joystick and buttons. put joystick together (keep things in order below)
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Canada By: Viviana Mendoza. Puffins, also known as sea parrots, are colorful seabirds, live in cold artic waters. They are expert swimmers and divers.
Located in the Northern Hemisphere in the Arctic north polar region. Surrounded by North America, Europe and Asia. Temperatures are persistently low.
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Proof Coil Chain A welded link chain. Chain size is designated by the diameter of the steel used in making the links (e.g.. 3/16"-3/4"). Made from low.
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Purpose The purpose of this activity is to make a working model of the lungs.
Name: _______________________________ Class: ____ 12.2 Newton’s 1st & 2nd Laws of Motion Chapter 12 Forces and Motion.
Moving And Rescuing Victims P previously covered Start with Multiple Victims p.122.
Global Wind Patterns and Weather & Weather Basic.
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How and why can you cut ice in half with a wire? Like heat, pressure can prevent water from freezing into ice. Pressure can also melt ice. If you force.
Loading and Transporting Logs Section K of the logging code.
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By Andrew P.. In 1973 tons of people were coming down with a terrible sickness called Diphtheria. The sickness was in Nome, Alaska and the closest place.
Frame Assembly Produced by Ed Latimer, Team 476 Ken York, Team 476 Ron Markum, Team
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