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BRP followed Minnesota-based Polaris, another of the four major snowmobile brands, which partnered with electric-power-train maker Zero Motorcycles in 2020 to do the same by 2025.
His spaces—Mississippi Studios, Revolution Hall, and Polaris—have been mainstays of Portland’s indie music scene for nearly two decades, hosting acts like The Wailers, Arlo Guthrie and Old Crow Medicine Show.
Pull up northern Maine’s off-road trails on Polaris’s Ride Command navigation system and you might be a little overwhelmed by the options at hand.
Many of the trails are limited to vehicles no wider than 48 inches, perfect for the Polaris Sportsman 570, with its narrow footprint and True On-Demand all-wheel drive.
Load your Polaris with gear and you can “Think Outside” the routes and use these machines to access some of the best hiking, camping, fishing, and even mountain-biking destinations in the lower 48.
I am pleased to announce our work in partnership with two human-rights groups there: the AHA Foundation and the Polaris Project.When Marriage Is a Crime: A New U.K. Law Could Change Lives|Jasvinder Sanghera|June 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Larry Kramer is senior adviser at Polaris Venture Partners, a venture-capital firm.
Larry Kramer is senior advisor at Polaris Venture Partners, a national venture-capital firm.
Larry Kramer is senior adviser at Polaris Venture Partners, a national venture capital firm.
Scattered through it are patches of Stilbocarpa polaris, locally known as Maori cabbage.The Home of the Blizzard|Douglas Mawson
We were thinking of going out to see what Antares, Betelguese, or Polaris looked like at close range.Islands of Space|John W Campbell
In addition to its regular name, α Urs Minoris is frequently called by the special name Polaris, or the pole star.
Upon some clear and moonless night point the camera, properly focused, at Polaris, and expose a plate for three or four hours.
June and November are convenient months for this exercise, since Polaris then comes to culmination early in the evening.
British Dictionary definitions for Polaris
- a type of US two-stage intermediate-range ballistic missile, usually fired by a submerged submarine
- (as modifier)a Polaris submarine