South Saskatchewan
geographical name — see Saskatchewan

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • South Saskatchewan — river flowing from SW Alberta, Canada, east & northeast through Saskatchewan, joining the North Saskatchewan to form the Saskatchewan: 865 mi (1,392 km) * * * …   Universalium

  • South Saskatchewan — river flowing from SW Alberta, Canada, east & northeast through Saskatchewan, joining the North Saskatchewan to form the Saskatchewan: 865 mi (1,392 km) …   English World dictionary

  • South Saskatchewan — Sp Pietų Saskãčevanas Ap South Saskatchewan L u. Kanadoje (Albertos ir Saskačevano p jos) …   Pasaulio vietovardžiai. Internetinė duomenų bazė

  • South Saskatchewan — /saʊθ səsˈkætʃəwən/ (say sowth suhs kachuhwuhn), /sæs / (say sas ) noun a river in southern central Canada, joining the North Saskatchewan to form the Saskatchewan River. 1392 km …   Australian English dictionary

  • South Saskatchewan River — rivière Saskatchewan Sud South Saskatchewan River in SaskatoonVorlage:Infobox Fluss/KARTE fehlt …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • South Saskatchewan River — Geobox|River name = South Saskatchewan River native name = other name = category = etymology = nickname = image caption = The University Bridge over the South Saskatchewan River at Saskatoon country = Canada | country state = Alberta |state1 =… …   Wikipedia

  • South Saskatchewan Regiment — Forces canadiennes Forces canadiennes Forces canadiennes, Canadian Force Drapeau des Forces canadiennes Branches Marine canadienne Armée de terre canadi …   Wikipédia en Français

  • The South Saskatchewan Regiment — was an infantry regiment of the Canadian Forces formed in 1936 by the amalgamation of The Weyburn Regiment and The Saskatchewan Border Regiment. It was reduced to nil strength and placed on the Supplementary Order of Battle (i.e., virtually… …   Wikipedia

  • Saskatchewan River — Einzugsgebiet des Saskatchewan Rivers DatenVorlage:Infobox Fluss/GKZ fehlt …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Saskatchewan —   [səs kætʃɪwən],    1) die mittlere der Prärieprovinzen Kanadas, 651 036 km2, davon 81 630 km2 Seen, (1999) 1,028 Mio. Einwohner; größte Städte sind Saskatoon und die Hauptstadt Regina. Der Norden der Provinz gehört zum Kanadischen Schild mit… …   Universal-Lexikon

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