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whitecap

[′wīt‚kap]
(oceanography)
A cloud of bubbles at the sea surface caused by a breaking wave.
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Canada and Whitecap will work together to find shared and balanced solutions that will strengthen their relationship, support sustainable community and economic development, and respect the rights and interests of all Canadians.
The final agreement with Canada, and the Whitecap Dakota constitution, must be ratified by membership, and although that may still be a couple of years away, discussion is happening now.
Holders of the subscription receipts shall receive an amount equal to the dividend declared on the Whitecap Shares of USD 0.
The WhiteCap crawl space vapor barrier is offered in two sizes, one for crawl space walls and a thicker crawl space liner for floors.
Whitecap, who sacrificed a month's salary to attend.
Whitecap Dakota "is large in spirit and large in heart.
A final self-government agreement will bring the Whitecap Dakota First Nation out from under the Indian Act and ensure the First Nation has greater control over the decisions that affect its community.
The Whitecap Venture Partners and Clearwater Clinical partnership will work on several strategic initiatives, including product development, go to market programmes and future financing strategy.
A new partnership formed between Whitecap Development Corp.
Funding from the federal government will allow the Whitecap Dakota First Nation to research and plan for commemorative activities related to the War of 1812 that will recognize the important part played by the Dakota and other Aboriginal communities.
is pleased to announce that Whitecap Technologies, Inc.
International Resource News-1 July 2010-Spitfire merges operations with Whitecap Resources(C)2010 ENPublishing - http://www.