The four day boot camp began in northern Virginia in 1996 and is now in its third year in New York.
Despite obscenely high tax rates, a number of northern European economies have managed to survive and even thrive.
One Chemonics project was urban beautification in the towns near the much-lauded Caracol Industrial Park in northern Haiti.
Friday morning, with a humanitarian mission already underway, the United States began airstrikes on ISIS in northern Iraq.
The only other place the treasure may logically be is in northern New Mexico, not far from where Fenn lives today.
The laboratory was on the northern rim of the field, a ten-minute drive from the auditorium.
The northern Union, represented by Athens, was a naval power.
The Russians began retreating from the northern Carpathian front.
Point Barrow is the most northern point of America on the western side.
The regiment was in cantonments near the northern frontier of India.
Old English norþerna, norðerne "northern, Northumbrian, Scandinavian," cognate with Old High German nordroni, Old Norse norroenn (see north). With -erne, suffix denoting direction. Related: Northernmost. Northerner in U.S. geo-political sense is attested from 1831. Northern lights "aurora borealis" first recorded by that name 1721 (earlier north-light, 1706).