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Canso

(kăn`sō), town (1991 pop. 1,228), S central N.S., Canada, on the Atlantic Ocean, near Cape Canso, the easternmost point of Nova Scotia peninsula proper. The harbor was much used by fishing fleets in colonial times and was fortified by the British in 1720. The Gut, or Strait, of Canso, scarcely 1 mi (1.6 km) wide in places, separates Nova Scotia peninsula from Cape Breton Island.
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Situe a l'ouest du detroit de Canso au nord de la partie continentale de la Nouvelle-Ecosse, le complexe du cap Porcupine se compose principalement d'unites rocheuses metasedimentaires, metavolcaniques et de granitoides limitees par des failles.
CANSO members are responsible for supporting more than 80 percent of world air traffic, and through its workgroups, members share information and try to develop new policies, with the aim of improving navigation services on the ground and in the air.
With Tompkins in Canso, and the clergy splintered and angry, Morrison faced a looming economic collapse and a radical and strike ridden industrial sector with no immediate plan.
Commenting more specifically on the report Marie Desseaux, director of European affairs at CANSO, said that while there was as yet no official position "from the first analysis it appears that the assumption used for estimating the benefits of FABs is not correct.
The canzoni, too, are formally very similar to Occitan precedent in the canso, although certain emphases shift.
Research projects and priorities at the Centre would be selected in conjunction with the industry, as represented by the international aviation organizations, such as ICAO, ACT, CANSO, etc.
Une typologie des voyages dans quelques romans de la fin du moyen age'; Xavier Ravier, `Sur la poesie de Rene Nelli: entre la canso et le sonnet'; Monique Santucci, `Mais alors qui etait ce Gerbert d'Aurillac?
Take some of the poems in the "Late Troubadour" cycle, perhaps even the "Hesitant Canso," an aggiornamento of Sordello di Giotto, with a secure dance rhythm, within which there is inventive playmaking, mimesis, and transposition of the past; and then comes a concluding sonnet.
The liquids pipeline is expected to be laid across the Strait of Canso from near Mulgrave to the Point Tupper area in October.
As they sailed down the (Nova Scotia) coast to Canso for bait, he spotted an American boat with what appeared to be a spoon bow and a transom stern.
The company flew large Canso water bombers under contract with the Ontario government.
amp; MADRID, Spain -- GE Aviation, LAN Peru, Peru's air navigation service provider CORPAC and regulator DGAC received the IHS Jane's ATC Environment Award for the Green Skies of Peru project during the CANSO ATM dinner last night.