Lake Champlain
Proper noun
  1. A north-south running lake surrounded by the Champlain Valley, in upstate New York State, Vermont and southern Quebec, spanning the United States and Canada, mostly lying within the U.S.; separating the Adirondacks from the Green Mountains and Appalachians.

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