True North

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True North

A slang term for success, especially if one is not headed in the direction of success. For example, one may discuss ways that a company can change course and begin to head true north.
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However she had only visited the North Pole Ice Camp, a distance of 25 miles from the actual North Pole, electing not to travel with the rest of the marathon runners to complete the journey to the Geographic North Pole.
Pugh travelled from London to Helsinki ahead of his attempt to swim one kilometre to the Geographic North Pole in temperatures of minus 1.
Finally comes the Geographic North Pole, 411 miles further on.
Instead of pointing to the geographic North Pole, which is constant, they align with the magnetic north, which changes as molten iron moves within Earth's core.
Dunwoody, who has devoted much of his time recently to fundraising events for charity, said his next major project, which is likely to be a Northern Ireland initiative, would involve an expedition to the geographic North Pole in 2005.
He became the first to reach the geographic North Pole unsupported from Canada on May 19.
Bundle up: Quark Expeditions offers two summer adventure cruises to the geographic North Pole aboard the Yamal, the world's most powerful icebreaker, designed to keep shipping lanes open along Russia's Northern Sea route.
Alison Levine has climbed peaks on every continent, served as team captain of the first American Women's Everest Expedition and skied across the Arctic Circle to the geographic North Pole.
th], 2014 at approximately 9pm MDT, Eric Larsen and Ryan Waters reached the geographic North Pole, completing their unsupported and unaided Last North expedition in just 53 days.
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The world record attempt will begin in Antarctica on February 25 and conclude at the Geographic North Pole on April 9.
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