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Artic monkeys

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Artic monkeys

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Artic monkeys

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Artic monkeys

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Artic monkeys

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Artic monkeys

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Life is a reflection of what we allow ourselves to see.

Tags: cold, quote, deer, snow, artic

I See You Kids Hoodie

by expricornis
$36
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Mamegoma the adorable chubby seal.straberry cheesecake inspired colors.

Tags: hello-kitty, artic, ice, water, artsy

lace mamegoma Kids Hoodie

by katastra1111
$36
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A siloutted polar bear in its mountainous terrain.

Tags: nature, global-warming, bear, endangered, animals

Polar Bear Kids Hoodie

by handnicole
$36
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Polar Pirates

Tags: childrens-illustration, cute, pirate, penguin, artic-pirates

Arctic Kids Hoodie

by jayf23
$36
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siberian

Tags: siberia, artic, spirit, ice, forest

Husky Stain Kids Hoodie

by albertocubatas
$36
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A celtic design representing the spirit of the polar bear.

Tags: art, alaska, native, totem, animals

Polar Bear Kids Hoodie

by Astrablink7
$36

Tags: monsters-university, sea-monsters, classic-monsters, giant-monsters, universal-monsters

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A parody of the evolution of the man with penguins, where our friend shows us his famous postures.

Tags: human-evolution, evolution-shirt, evolution, geek, lovely

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The 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry) is a light infantry division in the United States Army based at Fort Drum, New York. Originally constituted as a mountain warfare unit, the division was the only one of its size to receive intense specialized training for fighting in mountainous and arctic conditions. Today, the 10th honors that legacy by retaining the "Mountain" designation. Originally activated as the 10th Light Division (Alpine) in 1943, the division was redesignated the 10th Mountain Division in 1944 and fought in the mountains of Italy in some of the roughest terrain in the country. On 5 May 1945 the Division reached Nauders, Austria, beyond the Resia Pass, where it made contact with German forces being pushed south by the U.S. Seventh Army. A status quo was maintained until the enemy headquarters involved had completed their surrender to the Seventh. On the 6th, 10th Mountain troops met the 44th Infantry Division of Seventh Army.[2] Following the war, the division was inactivated, only to be reactivated and redesignated as the 10th Infantry Division in 1948. The division first acted as a training division and, in 1954, was converted to a full combat division and sent to Germany before being inactivated again in 1958. Reactivated again in 1985, the division was designated the 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry) to historically tie it to the World War II division and to also better describe its modern disposition. Since its reactivation, the division and/or elements of the division have deployed numerous times. The division has participated in Operation Desert Storm (Saudi Arabia), Hurricane Andrew disaster relief (Homestead, Florida), Operation Restore Hope and Operation Continue Hope (Somalia), Operation Uphold Democracy (Haiti), Operation Joint Forge (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Operation Joint Guardian (Kosovo), and several deployments as part of the Multinational Force and Observers (Sinai Peninsula). Since 2001, the division and its four combat brigades have seen over 20 deployments to both Iraq and Afghanistan in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom, respectively.

Tags: soldier, policeman, ribbon, platoon, company

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The 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry) is a light infantry division in the United States Army based at Fort Drum, New York. Originally constituted as a mountain warfare unit, the division was the only one of its size to receive intense specialized training for fighting in mountainous and arctic conditions. Today, the 10th honors that legacy by retaining the "Mountain" designation. Originally activated as the 10th Light Division (Alpine) in 1943, the division was redesignated the 10th Mountain Division in 1944 and fought in the mountains of Italy in some of the roughest terrain in the country. On 5 May 1945 the Division reached Nauders, Austria, beyond the Resia Pass, where it made contact with German forces being pushed south by the U.S. Seventh Army. A status quo was maintained until the enemy headquarters involved had completed their surrender to the Seventh. On the 6th, 10th Mountain troops met the 44th Infantry Division of Seventh Army

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