Arabian Gulf

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Synonyms for Arabian Gulf

a shallow arm of the Arabian Sea between Iran and the Arabian peninsula

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I expect the game to be strong, especially as each team is interested in winning the Arabian Gulf Cup.
Abu Dhabi's reputation as a world class tourism destination continues to grow, and we are proud to carry greater numbers of air travellers into Abu Dhabi, who then connect onto cruise liners bound for the warm waters of the Arabian Gulf.
As Arabian Gulf sea temperatures can reach up to 37 degrees Celsius in the summer, the region provides invaluable opportunities to study the diets of local fish that have adapted to these extreme temperatures.
Due to the latitude geographical position, the relative shallowness and the high evaporation rates, the Arabian Gulf is characterized by extreme environmental conditions.
Globally, IAEE is composed of 1,300 members (organisations) and over 9,000 member representatives (individuals), while the Arabian Gulf Chapter has 30 members.
The Suez Canal and SUMED Pipeline in Egypt are strategic routes for Arabian Gulf oil and natural gas shipments to Europe and North America.
Qatar Steel is one of the leading steel producers in the Middle East and Arabian Gulf.
Defense Department officials say this is the first time an unmanned aircraft has been shot at over international waters in the Arabian Gulf.
HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, yesterday outlined the timeframe for the modifications of roads and bridges to extend the water canal from Sheikh Zayed Road up to the Arabian Gulf.
Summary: Libya's National Oil Corporation (NOC) has announced that the Arabian Gulf Oil Company (AGOCO), wholly owned by the NOC, has drilled the D1-NC8 New field wildcat well to a total depth of 7,020 feet.
The Iranian government has ordered the MTN Irancell, the country's second mobile operator, to extend its network coverage to Abu Musa and other disputed islands in the Arabian Gulf, according to a report from Zawya Dow Jones.
The Arabian Gulf Fund (AGF) has become a party to the United Nations Global Compact Local Network for the GCC States.
Saudi Aramco has passed another environmental milestone with the publication of the Marine Atlas of the Western Arabian Gulf.
But with the rise of Arab nationalism in the 1960s, a number of Arab countries adopted widespread use of the term Arab Gulf or Arabian Gulf to refer to this inland sea.
The Arabian Gulf Cup of Nations, or known as Khaleeji, is a soccer tournament currently held every two years rotating the host city every edition.
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