TUK

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TUKTuktoyaktuk (Canada)
TUKTukwila (Amtrak station code; Tukwila, WA)
TUKTeater Utan Kayu (Indonesian theater)
TUKThe University Kid (blog; theuniversitykid.com)
TUKTechnical University of Košice (Košice, Slovakia)
TUKTelepon Umum Kartu (Indonesian: pay phone)
TUKThai Urban Kitchen (Chicago, IL restaurant)
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Competitors must hike 383 miles over the Arctic Circle to Tuktoyaktuk - one of the most northern points of northern Canada.
Treeline in North America reaches its most northern point on the Tuktoyaktuk Peninsula in the extreme northwestern corner of the Northwest Territories, but isolated clumps of small trees may be found at a similar latitude north of the Brooks Range in Alaska.
They have distinct memories of what they referred to in Inuktitut as qungniit (singular is qungniq) and described them as reindeer from Alaska or the Tuktoyaktuk area of the Northwest Territories (NWT) (WKSP, 2016a).
Previous work in Tuktoyaktuk and Inuvik, NWT, Greenland and Barrow Alaska as well in the Gulf of Mexico rounds out the company's impressive SAR resume.
I even found myself presenting to classes of kids at Mangilaluk School in Tuktoyaktuk on the shores of the Arctic Ocean.
Murton, "Thermokarst sediments and sedimentary structures, Tuktoyaktuk Coastlands, western Arctic Canada," Global and Planetary Change, vol.
Ultimately changed, she struggles to re-adjust to life with her family in Tuktoyaktuk, NWT, after living away for two years.
They deliver all over the North Slope and this year they are venturing into the Canadian Arctic to Tuktoyaktuk, Northwest Territories, and a gold mine near Nunavut, 1,100 miles east of Barrow.
We are helping set up community greenhouses and community garden societies in the seven communities in the Beaufort Delta and on the Coast (Ulukhaktok, Tuktoyaktuk, Tsiigehtchic, Fort MacPherson, Akiavik, Sachs Harbour and Paulatuk).
Canada does not yet have a single port along the Northwest Passage where a vessel in distress could seek refuge, despite obvious possibilities on Baffin Island, or near the communities of Tuktoyaktuk and Iqaluit.