Newfoundlander

All Noun
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  • She is the first Newfoundlander in six years to have a film in general release across Canada.
  • If the Newfoundlander had been by his side he would have felt comparatively safe. Cited from Frank, the Young Naturalist, by Harry Castlemon
  • He worked for a time on The Newfoundlander, a family-owned newspaper, before going into business for himself.
  • So to begin, you must have a Newfoundlander present for a ceremony.
  • The sailing-master, or rather pilot, a short, thick-set Newfoundlander, took up the conversation. Cited from Adrift in the Ice-Fields, by Charles W. Hall
  • He saw the Newfoundlander turn and shout to his companions on the shore. Cited from The Eternal Maiden, by T. Everett Harr?
  • In all cases, no matter what, only a native Newfoundlander can officiate a proper screech-in.
  • A native Newfoundlander, Tam includes many references to the island in the majority of his works.
  • With his teammates, Gushue became the first Newfoundlander ever to win an Olympic gold medal.
  • He never charges a fee, but the Newfoundlander is independent and self-respecting, and when he is able to do so he pays. Cited from The Story of Grenfell of the Labrador, by Dillon Wallace
  • It might perhaps seem so to a Newfoundlander; but to us the climate is a daily source of remark, of wonder and delight. Cited from Over the Border: Acadia, by Eliza Chase
  • The community is historically notable as one of the island's centres of Franco-Newfoundlander settlement and culture.
  • While studying in the US, he became the first Newfoundlander to become a licenced school superintendent in New York.
  • True, they had charts, but the charts were most incomplete, and no Newfoundlander sails by them. Cited from The Story of Grenfell of the Labrador, by Dillon Wallace
  • This, however, is never considered as a hardship by a Newfoundlander. Cited from Sweetapple Cove, by George van Schaick
  • If appointed, Cameron would have been the first Newfoundlander and Labradorian to sit on the High Court.
  • The communities are closely associated with Franco-Newfoundlander history.
  • At this juncture, the services of my old Newfoundlander, Retriever, came forcibly to my mind. Cited from The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, Vol. 19, No. 547
  • The station is currently the only broadcasting service in the province that originates locally oriented programming for the Franco-Newfoundlander community.
  • "Hogs like the pig, and dogs like the Newfoundlander at the door?" Cited from Nature and Human Nature, by T. Haliburton
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