the section of the earth’s surface lying between the Arctic Circle and the North Pole.
The plant is widely distributed in the north temperate zone, extending into the Arctic Zone.
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Anywhere out of the Arctic Zone of the New England conscience.
Love in a Cloud Arlo Bates
The continents do not penetrate far enough into the Arctic Zone to develop a pure continental climate in the highest latitudes.
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Every thing relating to the Arctic Zone is deeply interesting to me.
North-Pole Voyages Zachariah Atwell Mudge
The faunas of the temperate regions are much more varied than in the Arctic Zone.
The Theistic Conception of the World B. F. (Benjamin Franklin) Cocker
They are like tropical plants which find themselves in the Arctic Zone.
The Whole Armour of God John Henry Jowett
For with him, with the famous cruel five orchestral and nine piano pieces, we seem to be entering the Arctic Zone of musical art.
Musical Portraits Paul Rosenfeld
Only the cereal barley will grow there, and some of those hardy roots—the natives of an Arctic Zone.
The Hunters’ Feast Mayne Reid
In the Arctic Zone they form 10% of the flora; they will flourish in soils rich in humus which are too acid to support grasses.
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From the equator to the Arctic Zone Death is ascribed in the lowest culture to witchcraft.
Comparative Religion J. Estlin Carpenter
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noun any moth of the family Arctiidae, which includes the footman, ermine, and tiger moths
a biogeographical division comprising the Holarctic and Paleotropical regions. Historical Examples Arctogaea as a whole may be characterised by both negative and positive characters. The Cambridge Natural History, Vol X., Mammalia Frank Evers Beddard noun a zoogeographical area comprising the Palaearctic, Nearctic, Oriental, and Ethiopian regions Compare Neogaea, Notogaea
a biogeographical division comprising the Holarctic and Paleotropical regions. adjective of or relating to Arctogaea noun a zoogeographical area comprising the Palaearctic, Nearctic, Oriental, and Ethiopian regions Compare Neogaea, Notogaea