Yukon

[ US /ˈjuˌkɑn/ ]
NOUN
  1. a territory in northwestern Canada; site of the Klondike gold rush in the 1890s
  2. a North American river that flows westward from the Yukon Territory through central Alaska to the Bering Sea
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How To Use Yukon In A Sentence

  • A few nights ago, after viewing one of these, I was quaffing beer in Bombay Peggy's and learned that every one of the four women at the table happened to live on the other side of a river, either the Yukon or the Klondike.
  • Also on the program that night were the Marshall Dancers from the Lower Yukon, dressed in sumptuous headdresses that were trimmed with wolf and beaver fur.
  • In addition to Progreso Lute, he will also visit Nunavut Baker Lake, Northwest Territories Yellowknife, Whitehorse, Yukon Territory and other places visited.
  • Lumpy Yukon gold mash goes underneath, as does subtle roasted garlic bordelaise.
  • Along the Yukon River, I'll follow the dike to Front Street, where I'll nip into Jimmy's Place, Maximilian's and the General Store before wending my way through town back to Berton House.
  • The ecology and physicochemical characteristics of lakes in the subarctic and arctic regions of the Yukon Territory, Fennoscandia (Finland, Norway), the Northwest Territories and Northern Quebec. Effects of climate change on hydro-ecology of contributing basins in the Arctic
  • And for five years the twain adventured across the Northland, from St. Michael's and the Yukon delta to the head-reaches of the Pelly and even so far as the Batard
  • Presumably it represents a steppe bison, a species that was relatively common in the Yukon and Alaska during the Mid-Wisconsinan interstadial.
  • The immediate effect of the substitution of large operations on the Yukon is a great decrease in population. The Present Condition and Future Prospects of the Yukon
  • Its flesh is the colour of a Yukon Gold, but its skin is of a beetroot shade and it is very knarly. TravelPod.com TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at TravelPod.com
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