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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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Nova Scotias Acadian Seaplants is a global, bio-tech company and the largest independent manufacturer of marine plant products of its type in the world.
Canney joins Acadian from MIT's Sloan School of Management, where she served as Chief of Staff and the Associate Dean of Brand Strategy since 2010.
Ian joins Acadian from bfinance, where he served as Director, Head of Equity Manager Research in a role that spanned manager research and client relationship management.
VISITOR The Acadian flycatcher has never been seen in UK
Two fine instructors taught courses on Maine Coastal Ecology and on the Acadian culture of Eastern Coastal Canada.
A human tragedy on a massive scale, the deportation inspired poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow to create the fictional heroine Evangeline and generations of historians to debate whether Acadian treachery, British callousness, or French indifference was to blame.
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.
Christopher Hodson spent ten years in the research and writing of The Acadian Diaspora and he has provided his readers a welcome introduction to this intriguing work.
Cecile Souris and her mouse family live under the floorboards of a little Acadian house in Grand Pre owned by the Dubois family.
Just two years after the enshrinement of their own French-language school system in the Canadian constitution, in 1994 they welcomed members of the Acadian diaspora to the first Congres Mondial Acadien, a symbolic reversal of the infamous expulsion of their ancestors in 1755.
As an extension of the partnership's legacy Acadian system, the Haynesville project offers producers access to more than 150 end-use customer service locations along the Mississippi River industrial corridor between Baton Rouge and New Orleans as well as the Henry Hub.

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