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  • the Polar region, region within the polar circles, referred to as the Arctic and Antarctic Polar climate, the climate common in polar regions Polar, Wisconsin
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  • In mathematics, the polar coordinate system is a two-dimensional coordinate system in which each point on a plane is determined by a distance from a reference
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  • This article is about the animal. For other uses, see Polar bear (disambiguation). The polar bear (Ursus maritimus) is a carnivorous bear whose native
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  • Play media The polar regions of Earth, also known as Earth's frigid zones, are the regions of Earth surrounding its geographical poles (the North
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  • founded by Snow Patrol, see Snow Patrol § Influence and other ventures. Polar Music is a Swedish record company founded in 1963 by Stig Anderson and his
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  • Not to be confused with Polaris Music Prize. The Polar Music Prize is a Swedish international award founded in 1989 by Stig Anderson, best known as the
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  • polar ice caps in general. For Earth's ice cap, see Arctic ice pack. "Polar ice" redirects here. For the vodka, see Polar Ice (vodka). A polar ice
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  • Play media A polar orbit is one in which a satellite passes above or nearly above both poles of the body being orbited (usually a planet such as the
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  • orphaned polar bear born in captivity at the Berlin Zoological Garden. Rejected by his mother at birth, he was raised by zookeepers. He was the first polar bear
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  • For the Russian aviation company, see Polar Airlines. Polar Air Cargo, Inc., a subsidiary of Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings, is an American cargo airline
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  • information on the medal awarded by the monarch of Canada, see Polar Medal (Canada). The Polar Medal is a medal awarded by the Sovereign of the United Kingdom
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  • articles on polar exploration, see Arctic exploration and List of Antarctic expeditions. This list is for recognised pioneering explorers of the polar regions
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  • help by expanding it. The following table lists polar-ring galaxies: Some galaxies feature a "polar ring" within the disk of the galaxy UGC 5600 List
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  • The Norwegian Polar Institute (in Norwegian: Norsk Polarinstitutt) is Norway's national institution for polar research. It is run under the auspices of
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  • The Global Geospace Science (GGS) Polar Satellite was a NASA science spacecraft designed to study the polar magnetosphere and aurora. It was launched
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  • A polar-ring galaxy is a type of galaxy in which an outer ring of gas and stars rotates over the poles of the galaxy. These polar rings are thought to
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  • The polar night occurs when the night lasts for more than 24 hours. This occurs only inside the polar circles. The opposite phenomenon, the polar day
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  • Polar bear hunting may refer to: Polar bear hunting, an activity where polar bears are hunted for sport Polar-bear hunting, a name used in U.S. media
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  • Malta Polar may refer to: A non-alcoholic malt beverage brewed and bottled in Venezuela by Cervecería Polar (part of Empresas Polar) and in the United
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  • The polar highs are areas of high atmospheric pressure around the north and south poles; the south polar high being the stronger one because land gains
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