The Red River Flood of 1997 caused severe flooding along the Red River in North Dakota, Minnesota and Manitoba Canada.
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Red super-giants form when stars of more than ten solar masses begin to burn their helium. Eventually such a star will burn all of possible fuels and go into gravitational collapse, resulting in a super-nova. If the mass left over from this collapse is large enough (a remnant of three to five solar masses), the remnant will collapse into a black hole.
Toronto is the capital city of Ontario, Canada. Thunder Bay is a city in Ontario, Canada.
In 1914 the company began distribution in Ontario, Canada
Xavier Court is the name of a street in Brampton, Ontario, Canada
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
· Uxbridge is a township in Ontario, Canada
There are no cities in Canada that begin with the letter x. Uxbridge is a township in Ontario, Canada. It begins with the letter U.
Ontario Canada in 1930. sir Astley Cooper decided that it had to be there.
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There are no Canadian cities that begin with the letter x. If you need the letter x for Canada, Xena is a small community in Saskatchewan, Canada. There also are streets in Canada that begin with the letter x including Xavier Court in Brampton, Ontario; Xavier Avenue in Moncton, New Brunswick; and Xanadu Road in Antigonish, Nova Scotia.
There are no cities or towns in Canada that begin with the letter X. Xena is a small community in Saskatchewan, Canada. There are streets in Canada that begin with the letter x includeing Xavier Court in Brampton, Ontario; Xavier Avenue in Moncton, New Brunswick; and Xanadu Road in Antigonish, Nova Scotia.
Quail Island is located in Lyttelton Harbor, New Zealand. Quarry Island is located in Georgian Bay, Ontario, Canada.
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