perogy line
 n.— «In Manitoba, a sharp divide runs east to west through the province, affectionately known as “the perogy line.” If you live north of the perogy line, you’re in Ukrainian farming country; if you live in the south, you’re not so lucky. I spent 10 years living well above this boundary, not far from Dauphin, the unofficial Ukrainian Capital of Canada and host of the National Ukrainian Festival.» —“Perogies Are A Girl’s Best Friend” by Ella Jameson Vue Weekly (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada) Nov. 16, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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