2 edition of Canadian junior dictionary found in the catalog.
|Statement||Gage Educational Pub.|
|Publishers||Gage Educational Pub.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 129 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
|2||Dictionary of Canadian English|
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A feather, from The Lost Words. Shes not the best looking but shes dedicated to making your night better. Where Mama Keeps the Peanut Butter: goal scored in the uppermost part of the net.
Flow : great hockey hair, typically long that flows out of the helmet when the player skates. A raven as illustrated by Jackie Morris in The Lost Words. By using the Web site, you confirm that you have read, understood, and agreed to be bound by the. 2 North American Of or for students in the third year of a course lasting four years at college or high school. Ride the Pine: when a player spends the entire game sitting in the bench, and not getting any playing time.
Light the Lamp: to score a goal, in reference to the red light that goes on behind the net. Available for free online in both andThe Canadian Encyclopedia includes more than 19,500 articles in both languages on numerous subjects including history, popular culture, events, people, places, politics, arts,sports and science. Here is part of their conversation.
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A raven as illustrated by Jackie Morris in The Lost Words.
Turtle: when one of the players in a fight would rather not and just crouches or falls to his knees and covers himself.