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Acadian

1. denoting or relating to Acadia or its inhabitants
2. any of the early French settlers in Nova Scotia, many of whom were deported to Louisiana in the 18th century
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College Chancellor Andrea Miller has offered to provide Career Academy space for about 250 students at the former Capitol Area Technical College, now known as the Acadian campus of Baton Rouge Community College.
I had just translated Maillet's short novel Christophe Cartier de la noisette, dit Nounours, and was about to embark on her monumental allegory Le Huitieme jour, and I wanted to get the lay of the Acadian landscape.
The most important thing is that Acadian has finalised a distributor for its products in the UAE market, Carson said, adding: "We believe the shipment to the UAE will start in the next sixty days.
Cecile Souris and her mouse family live under the floorboards of a little Acadian house in Grand Pre owned by the Dubois family.
He discusses the question of Acadian neutrality in the face of demands by both England and France through the biographies of people who had to respond to pressure from both sides.
VISITOR The Acadian flycatcher has never been seen in UK
If it is confirmed as an acadian flycatcher it will be the first one ever recorded in the UK.
We are very pleased to welcome Kurt as the newest member of the Acadian team," said Brendan Bradley, Senior Vice President and Director of Portfolio Management.
The assets of Acadian includes the Beaver Dam and Fifteen Mile Stream gold projects, located proximal to AGB's recently acquired Touquoy and Cochrane Hill Projects, and a portfolio of exploration properties in Nova Scotia, Canada.
In Acadian folklore, supernatural narratives of encounters between whites and the Mi'kmaq are more numerous than in Newfoundland, reflecting the fact that intercultural contacts were certainly more frequent in the Maritimes, given the presence of a large number of Aboriginal communities.
She has both deftly captured Nova Scotia's pioneer society and sympathetically addressed the expulsion of the Acadians, making Lightning and Blackberries a welcome addition to young adult Canadian historical fiction.
Mullen notes that the clinical shifts may be on one of the Acadian ambulances or in hospital departments.

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