Canada in a sentence

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Definition of Canada

  • A country in North America, bordering the United States on the north. It is a federation which includes English-speaking provinces and the French-speaking Province of Quebec.
  • a nation in northern North America; the French were the first Europeans to settle in mainland Canada

How to use canada in a sentence. Canada pronunciation.

Membership rates remain fixed at $2.50 per year in the United States and Canada, and $2.75 in Great Britain and the continent.
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While living in Canada, my eldest daughter, then a girl of ten years of age, rather delicate and of feeble health, had a severe attack of chorea, "St. Vitus's dance.
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I was getting ready to haul my Winter's stock of wood, for which I had to go two miles over a road running north and south, entirely unprotected from the keen cold west winds that prevail the most of the time in that part of Canada during the Winter months.
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What became of the late Fantaisian Ambassador; whether he were destined for Van Diemen's Land or for Canada; what rare adventures he experienced in Sydney, or Port Jackson, or Guelph City, or Goodrich Town; and whether he discovered that man might exist in too natural a state, as well as in too artificial a one, will probably be discovered, if ever we obtain Captain Popanilla's Second Voyage.
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The apostle of the Western Indians traversed Massachusetts and Connecticut, New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio, entered Michigan and Canada, preaching to many nations in many tongues.
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My grandpa and grandma live in Canada, and send me YOUNG PEOPLE.
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I went on a visit to Canada when I was two years old.
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ARTHUR N. T. The gopher, or Canada pouched rat, is a very remarkable burrower, as it will dig under-ground passages extending in lateral galleries in all directions.
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Therefore, O ye believers of God in the United States and Canada!
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It is probable that had Jackson been sent to the North by the Secretary of War, he would have driven the British troops out of Canada.
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To the eyes of the Federalists, the contest was rash, inexpedient, and doubtful in its issues; and their views were justified by the disasters that ensued in Canada, the incompetency of Hull, the successive defeats of American generals with the exception of Jackson, and the final treaty of peace without allusion to the main causes which had led to the war.
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How they contrived to travel a thousand miles without money, without suitable clothing, pursued by blood-hounds and hell-hounds, hiding in the daytime in swamps, morasses, and forests, walking by night in darkness and gloom, until passed by friendly hands through "underground railroads" until they reached Canada, is a mystery.
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He was a 'brick' when he was Governor-General of Canada.
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The idea of throwing everything overboard, going to Canada and enlisting in the Canadian Army-an idea which had had a strong and alluring appeal ever since the war broke out-came back with redoubled force.
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The tale of the death of the young poet, the "happy warrior," as some writer called him, was spread from the Atlantic to the Pacific and from Canada to the Gulf.
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A visitor was interested a short time ago in Canada in attempting to get a drink out of a pipe that had been installed to carry water from a spring in the side of a mountain to a pool at the side of the road.
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On a trip into Canada recently the writer traveled some distance with a group of bankers in attendance at a convention at Great Falls.
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The two poles of an enormous political battery, galvanic coil on coil, self-increased by series on series of plates from Mexico to Canada, and from the sea westward to the Rocky Mountains, here meet and play, and make the air electric and violent.
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It is curious and true enough, no doubt, though its Indians are rather dim and vague, and "Messieurs Sauvages" Good Indians we have in Alexander Henry's _Travels in Canada,_ and in our modern Catlin, and the best Western America, perhaps, in F.A. Michaux, _Voyage a l'ouest des monts Alleghanis,_ and in Fremont.
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Californian quartz mountains dumped down in New York to be repiled architecturally along shore from Canada to Cuba, and thence west to California again.
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Examples of Canada

Example #1
Back Numbers A limited supply of back numbers is still available.
Example #2
If your membership expires, please send us your renewal before May 1, so that you will not miss the first issue of the Second Year.
Example #3
To those who have had any experience in this distressing complaint, nothing need be said of the deep affliction of the household at the sight of our loved one, as all her muscles appeared to be affected, the face distorted with protrusion of the tongue, and the continuous involuntary motions by jerks of her limbs.
Example #4
Of course he will_." How sweetly simple was that little one's faith; she expected God to "do," and she got her request.
Example #5
The procuring of my Winter's supply of wood was no small task for me, for I had very little to do with, and was unable to endure much fatigue, or bear the severe cold.
Example #6
The Christian_ by a minister of the editor's acquaintance, as a memorial of God's care for the poor and needy who trust in him: It was about the year 1853, and near the middle of a Canadian Winter, we had a succession of snowfalls, followed by high winds and severe cold.