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Dubawnt Lake

Dubawnt Lake (dŏbôntˈ) [key], one of the largest lakes of Canada, c.1,600 sq mi (4,140 sq km), in S Nunavut Territory. The Dubawnt River flows through it. Located north of the tree line, the lake is icebound most of the summer.

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