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  • North American was the largest producer of aircraft in the war by far.
  • It was the last major battle in the north.
  • Thus situated, the mountains make travel from north to south difficult.
  • It consists of a three-by-three-bay main block with a three-by-two-bay north wing.
  • The significant wave height is generally much lower than that of the North Sea.
  • It lived in what is now present-day North America.
  • A new north-south line is also planned.
  • Classes were taught first taught on what is present-day North Campus.
  • The North and West grew rich while the once-rich South became poor for a century.
  • Both statements are true, the first in the south, and the second to the north.
  • The Spanish did not return to the interior of present-day North Carolina.
  • This game was brought by immigrants to North America, where the modern version developed.
  • British Rail ordered seven more for services north of London.
  • It lived in what is now present-day North Carolina.
  • The organization of such groups has now been echoed in parts of North America.
  • Water shortages are often a problem, especially in the north of the country.
  • This is the chief source of knowledge of the North until the thirteenth century.
  • However, relatively large areas of forest remain in east and north Scotland and in southeast England.
  • The longest and most famous of these roads is the Great North Road.
  • He settled in London, never to return to North America.
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Meaning of north

  • noun The region of the united states lying to the north of the mason-dixon line
  • noun The cardinal compass point that is at 0 or 360 degrees
  • noun A location in the northern part of a country, region, or city
  • noun The direction corresponding to the northward cardinal compass point
  • noun The direction in which a compass needle points
  • noun British statesman under george iii whose policies led to rebellion in the american colonies (1732-1792)
  • adjective Situated in or facing or moving toward or coming from the north
    artists like north light, the north portico
  • adverb In a northern direction
    they earn more up north, Let's go north!