[ US /ˈmɛɹəˌtaɪmz/ ]
  1. the collective name for the Canadian provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island
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How To Use Maritimes In A Sentence

  • Sher raised the example of some Aboriginal communities in the Maritimes who have a high rate of depression and a dependancy on solvents, but nobody would advocate euthanasia, nor should they. 2009 January : Law is Cool
  • Across the Maritimes, scores of wharves are being left to crumble, as the power of the sea exerts its inexorable force.
  • Application of this model to the Maritimes Basin implies that this Westphalian epicontinental sea was connected to the Tethys Ocean by similarly narrow straits.
  • Monaco has borders with several communes of the French Department of the Alpes-Maritimes.
  • The smaller area south-eastward from the St. Lawrence, including the Maritime Provinces, is chiefly the extension into Canada of the Allegheny Plateau, which though rugged in Gaspe Peninsula, is generally of low elevation in the Maritimes. Canada Turning the Corner
  • Barberio (Moncton) and Southorn (Prince Edward Island) are a pair of Quebec Leaguers who play for clubs out in the Maritimes and get short shrift from the scouting community at large. Scouting the draft's top defensemen
  • In this election, the NDP will largely ignore Ontario, Quebec, and all but a handful of ridings in its traditional Western base, to concentrate on trying to retain the seven seats it won in the Maritimes in 1997.
  • Consideréz l'incapacité de L'Etat de Berne qui pour n'avoir pas des forces maritimes ne Scauroit Soutenir un Pays si eloigné 6. ce Pays est desia marqué par les deux Puissances L'Espagne et la France, La premiere possedant les Pays delà de la Riviere contre le Mexique, La Seconde ce qui est de ça la Riviere le prenant pour une dependance ou plutost une bienseance Christoph von Graffenried's Account of the Founding of New Bern. Edited with an Historical Introduction and an English Translation by Vincent H. Todd, Ph.D. University of Illinois in Cooperation with Julius Goebel, Ph.D., Professor of Germanic Languag
  • The high pressure system around Greenland (closed upper level anticyclone) acts as a block that helps hold the intense low near the Canadian Maritimes in place. Why was last year so snowy? Part II
  • I knew a good deal more about my fellow-Canadians in Winnipeg who had immigrated from the Ukraine, from Poland and from Germany, and more about my fellow-Canadians from the Maritimes. A Tale of Two Cities
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