Great Slave Lake

Great Slave Lake
geographical name lake NW Canada in SE Northwest Territories receiving Slave River on S & draining into Mackenzie River on W area about 11,000 square miles (28,490 square kilometers)

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  • Great Slave Lake — Great′ Slave′ Lake′ n. geg a lake in NW Canada, in the Northwest Territories. 11,172 sq. mi. (28,935 sq. km) …   From formal English to slang

  • Great Slave Lake — lake in EC Fort Smith region, Northwest Territories, Canada: 10,980 sq mi (28,438 sq km) …   English World dictionary

  • Great Slave Lake —   [ greɪt sleɪv leɪk], englisch für Großer Sklavensee …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Great Slave Lake — Infobox lake lake name = Great Slave Lake image lake = Great Slave Lake Sat.jpg caption lake = False Color photo of the Great Slave Lake image bathymetry =Great Slave Lake and Lake Athabasca 6.png caption bathymetry = Map of Great Slave Lake and… …   Wikipedia

  • Great Slave Lake — Großer Sklavensee Lage des Großen Sklavensees in Kanada Geographische Lage: Nordw …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Great Slave Lake — Sp Didỹsis Vergų ẽžeras Ap Great Slave Lake L Kanadoje (ŠV teritorijos) …   Pasaulio vietovardžiai. Internetinė duomenų bazė

  • Great Slave Lake — lake, S Northwest Territories, Canada; 11,170 sq. mi …   Webster's Gazetteer

  • Great Slave Lake — a lake in NW Canada, in the Northwest Territories. 11,172 sq. mi. (28,935 sq. km). * * * Lake, south central Northwest Territories, Canada. Named for the Slave Indians, it is fed by several rivers, including the Slave, and drained by the… …   Universalium

  • Great Slave Lake — noun a lake in the Northwest Territories in northwestern Canada; drained by the Mackenzie River • Instance Hypernyms: ↑lake • Part Holonyms: ↑Northwest Territories * * * a lake in NW Canada, in the Northwest Territories. 11,172 sq. mi. (28,935 sq …   Useful english dictionary

  • Great Slave Lake —    In Northern Canada. Area 10,719 square miles. Discovered by Samuel Hearne (q.v.), in 1771. A post built there, 1786, by Leroux and Grant, of the North West Company. Three years later Alexander Mackenzie passed through the lake on his way to… …   The makers of Canada

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