polar

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  • Although most polar bears are born on land, they spend most of their time at sea.
  • Non-polar materials are then those materials with only moments of forces.
  • The first division results in a small "first polar body" and a much larger daughter cell.
  • The television series Lost features polar bears living on the tropical island setting.
  • The company's production logo is a polar bear looking at a star.
  • In the polar regions during winter, inversions are nearly always present over land.
  • These droplets may take up over half of the volume of the body in polar species.
  • It was named after a polar bear that was seen swimming nearby.
  • He had a broken arm and had been attacked by polar bears.
  • They are found in all major habitats, except marine and the polar regions.
  • In particular the south polar region seems darker than the north.
  • Polar-living species haul-out on to either fast ice or pack ice.
  • Extreme northern Canada can have snow for most of the year with a Polar climate.
  • It also obtained photographs of the north polar region of the moon where prior coverage was poor.
  • The party was attacked by a polar bear, and two sailors were killed.
  • This has been described by one writer as "one of the great polar journeys".
  • South the polar opposite of north and is perpendicular to east and west.
  • This idea leads to the polar form of complex numbers.
  • Other changes in the southern polar region can be explained by changes in the lower cloud layers.
  • There are two main seasons, winter and summer, in the polar tundra areas.
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Meaning of polar

  • adjective Located at or near or coming from the earth's poles
    polar diameter, polar zone, a polar air mass, Antarctica is the only polar continent
  • adjective Of or existing at or near a geographical pole or within the arctic or antarctic circles
    polar regions