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Columbian

1. of or relating to the United States
2. relating to Christopher Columbus (Spanish name Cristóbal Colón, Italian name Cristoforo Colombo.; 1451--1506), Italian navigator and explorer in the service of Spain, who discovered the New World (1492)
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British Columbians are eager to make the switch to zero-emission vehicles, but price and availability can be barriers, said Michelle Mungall, Minister of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources.
We know that British Columbians want clean-energy vehicles to be more affordable and more accessible.
Upon his death on April 17, 2014, it was then that the President of Columbia, Juan Manuel Santos said Garcia Marquez was, "the greatest Columbian who ever lived"
* a litigation policy enabling the government to take legal action abroad, including the us, to resist demands for personal information of British Columbians made by a us or other foreign court or agency;
Along with the time extension to submit information to Peter German's review, British Columbians who provide tips can indicate on the website if they have additional documents to share that support their submission.
A course of physiotherapy, a child entering college, or a baby in daycare can mean the difference between breaking even and falling into the red, said Sylvia Fuller, author of Cost Shift: How British Columbians are paying for their tax cut.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) announced today a settlement resolving Clean Air Act claims by the United States and the states of Kansas and Louisiana against carbon black manufacturer Columbian Chemicals Company.
Hub International Limited (Hub), a leading global insurance brokerage, announced today that it has acquired the assets of the Columbian Agency operations (Columbian).
In conjunction with Canadian Pacific's sponsorship of the CFL Grey Cup, the railroad's CP Has Heart Touchdowns program is making a run to the end zone in the name of cardiac care, delivering cash to Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation.