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Kentville,

town (1991 pop. 5,506), W N.S., Canada, on the Cornwallis River, NW of Halifax. It is a tourist and trade center in the Annapolis valley, a fruit-growing region.
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The star was born on January 20, 1928, in Kentville, Nova Scotia, and got drawn to acting by his seeing his uncle Robert Donat's performance in 'Goodbye, Mr.
Located in Kentville, Nova Scotia, Robinson's is a privately-owned, late-stage licensed producer applicant under the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations and is currently constructing a 27,700 square foot purpose-built cannabis cultivation facility.
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If you are serious about wanting to train a team, one of the best sources of detailed information (covering everything from selection of a team, care of oxen and training techniques, to the needed equipment and how to work oxen) is Drew Conroy's book Oxen: A Teamster's Guide (Blue Mountain Press, Kentville, Nova Scotia, Canada 2013; clegged@gmail.com.)
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Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources - Wildlife Division, Kentville, Nova Scotia, Canada.
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"When I first started, it was every man for himself," remembers Arthur Purchase of Kentville, Nova Scotia. After he heard about the research's preliminary results, he helped form the Kings County Bait Fishermen's Association.
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In fact, says Michel Begin, "they do everything they can to get rid of them." And that led Begin and his Canadian colleagues at the private Efamol Research Institute in Kentville, Nova Scotia, to explore the tumor/PUFA relationship.

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