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Tickling is the act of touching a part of the body lightly so as to cause involuntary laughter or contraction of the muscles.
Tickle, tickles, or tickling may also refer to:
A tickle is a short narrow strait in Newfoundland English that refers to:
Monroe or Monroes may refer to:
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oz. is a common abbreviation for ounce, referring to several units of measure.
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The Newfoundland Time Zone (NT) is a geographic region that keeps time by subtracting 3.5 hours from Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) during standard time, resulting in UTC−03:30; or subtracting 2.5 hours during daylight saving time. The clock time in this zone is based on the mean solar time of the meridian 52 degrees and 30 arcminutes west of the Greenwich Observatory. It is observed solely in the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador. The Newfoundland Time Zone is the only active time zone with a half-hour offset from UTC in the Americas.
Puffin Island is the name of several islands in a number of countries. In most cases the island has been so named because it has – or used to have – a colony of puffins.
Puffin Island, Newfoundland and Labrador may refer to:
Glovers Harbour, also written as Glover's and formerly known as Thimble Tickle(s), is an unincorporated community and harbour in Notre Dame Bay, on the northern coast of Newfoundland, Canada. It is delineated as a designated place for statistical purposes.
D'Arcy Broderick is a Newfoundland musician who plays fiddle, guitar, mandola, banjo, accordion and mandolin. He is best known as a former member of the popular Irish-Newfoundland bands The Irish Descendants and The Fables. He is currently performing around Newfoundland with the band Middle Tickle. Alongside of him in the band are: William Broderick (Drums), Glenn Hiscock, Paul Hiscock and the only remaining original band member Ron Kelly. Glen Hiscock and William Broderick are occasionally absent from the weekly show Middle Tickle plays at Shamrock City Pub. Broderick is also one of the owners of Shamrock City Pub located in Downtown St. John's, Newfoundland.
Tickle Cove Pond was written by Mark Walker (songwriter), a fisherman and songwriter who lived in Tickle Cove, Bonavista Bay in Newfoundland, Canada during the late 19th century. This song is prized locally for the beauty and wit of the lyrics, which turn a mundane event into an act of heroism. Although most Newfoundland songs are passed on by ear alone, in recent years it has been recorded by Sean Sullivan & Rob Slaney, Ron Hynes, and by Great Big Sea, who have released an album entitled The Hard and the Easy. They have also released a DVD with a companion CD entitled Courage & Patience & Grit in reference to a verse from Tickle Cove Pond. In addition, this song has been recorded by a St. John's Traditional Folk group called Connemara. It was also recorded by the Vermont-based ensemble Nightingale.
Mark Walker (1846–1924) was a fisherman and songwriter from Tickle Cove, Bonavista Bay, Newfoundland. He is best remembered for writing the song "Tickle Cove Pond".
Change Islands is an outport community in the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador.
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NunatuKavut is an unrecognized Inuit territory in Labrador. The NunatuKavut people are the direct descendants of the Inuit that lived south of the Churchill or Grand River prior to European contact, with European influence from Basque and French whalers.
Venison is the meat of a game animal.
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