Al-a-ka-ket interj. What you promise to do to your neighbor’s dog if it comes onto your property and tears up your garbage one more time.
Am-bler n. A bull caribou that is taking his time coming within range while your muscles begin to spasm from holding your bow at full draw.
A-nuk-tu-vuk Pass n. A flirtatious overture from your Inupiat co-worker, Anna Ktuvuk
Arc-tic En-try n. 1. A small vestibule built onto the front of an Alaskan house intended to provide a buffer zone between the subzero temperatures outside, and the warmth within. Usually full of Bunny Boots, bottles of Heet, parkas, and 37 thousand pairs of frozen socks. 2. A hole cut in the ice to accommodate contestants in the Polar Bear Plunge.
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