North American

  • (adj): Of or pertaining to or characteristic of the continent or countries of North America or their peoples.
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Street Railways In Washington, D.C. - History - Monopoly
... In 1946 in a decision by the United States Supreme Court in North American Co ... the Supreme Court upheld the Public Utility Holding Company Act of 1935 and forced North American, because it also owned the Potomac Electric Power Co ... to come by, but on September 12, 1949, Louis Wolfson and his three brothers purchased from North American 46.5% of the company's stock for $20 per share and the Washington Railway was dissolved ...
List Of Energy Abbreviations - N
... Ambient Air Quality Standards (US) NAESB—North American Energy Standards Board (formerly GISB) NAFTA—North American Free Trade Agreement NAICS—North American Industry Classification System NAP—Na ...
Subaru Legacy (fourth Generation) - American Model
... It marked the return of a turbocharged engine to North American Legacy, featuring a 2.5-liter unit derived from that of the North American Impreza WRX STI ... also brought the 3.0 L flat-6 engine to the North American Legacy sedan in the 3.0R Limited trim level ...

More definitions of "North American":

  • (noun): A native or inhabitant of North America.

Famous quotes containing the words north american, american and/or north:

    We might hypothetically possess ourselves of every technological resource on the North American continent, but as long as our language is inadequate, our vision remains formless, our thinking and feeling are still running in the old cycles, our process may be “revolutionary” but not transformative.
    Adrienne Rich (b. 1929)

    The suburban housewife—she was the dream image of the young American women and the envy, it was said, of women all over the world. The American housewife—freed by science and labor-saving appliances from the drudgery, the dangers of childbirth, and the illnesses of her grandmother ... had found true feminine fulfilment.
    Betty Friedan (b. 1921)

    I am fearful when I see people substituting fear for reason.
    —Edmund H. North (1911–1990)