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subpolar

[suhb-poh-ler] /sʌbˈpoʊ lər/
adjective
2.
Origin
1820-1830
1820-30; sub- + polar
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  • Contribution of mountain and subpolar glaciers to sea level.
  • Sei whales have a cosmopolitan distribution and occur in subtropical, temperate, and subpolar waters around the world.
  • Rounded-crowned temperate or subpolar needle-leaved evergreen open tree canopy.

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