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Synonyms for Tarawa

national capital of Kiribati

battles in World War II in the Pacific (November 1943)

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South Tarawa [Kirbati], Jan 28 ( ANI ): Seven survivors, including an unconscious baby, aboard a dinghy have been found by rescuers while searching for a ferry carrying 50 people that went missing in the waters off Kiribati.
Elrod earned a Silver Star and a battlefield promotin through his leadership in combat, and survived the bloodbath that was D-Day at Tarawa.
These projects include a high-speed internet connection to Tarawa scheduled for early 2019; a water and sanitation project to be undertaken in partnership with the Asian Development Bank; and investments in Kiribatis outer islands, particularly key maritime infrastructure like jetties and wharves.
There's Tulagi and Guadalcanal and Tarawa, scenes of some of the war's nastiest fighting, and Nick is in the thick of it.
The renewable energy to be delivered through the solar and water protection plant in Tarawa helps the country overcome not only the constraints of natural fuel resources, but also eases access to large numbers of individuals and families to sustainable electricity provision," Waysang Kumkee, Minister for Public Works and Utilities of Kiribati, said.
More than 1,000 Americans died at Tarawa, while the entire Japanese force of 4,800 was wiped out.
They said that Israeli border police attacked Tarawa, a resident of Hebrons town of Sa'ir, and shot him at least seven times for purportedly stabbing two Israeli police guards, one of whom sustained critical injuries, according to Israeli media sources.
Eye witnesses, family members said, saw a military pick-up with commando uniform colours around near Hai Tarawa area in Yei.
Al-Sawarmi said that the Armed Forces liberated in the past two days the areas of Al-Mansoura, Tome, Tangalo, Kaloba, Al-Hota, Al-Manzala, Al-Bierra, Jabal Bermil, Jabal Katrmo, Jabal Omdurman and Tarawa.
Pacific Blitzkrieg: World War II in the Central Pacific is an in-depth historical scrutiny of ground operations for five major invasions in the Central Pacific: Guadalcanal, Tarawa, the Marshalls, Saipan, and Okinawa.
Writing it gave me the confidence to write Food of Ghosts, a crime thriller set on a tiny, remote Pacific island called Tarawa.
7 South Tarawa is the capital of which island nation located in the central tropical Pacific Ocean?
I left from Wellington on a windy day--thus begin the memoirs of all diplomats--and crossed to Brisbane to join the Air Nauru flight to Tarawa.
Tide at Tarawa "The morning of November 14, 1987, will not be a good time to try to land a boat on the beach of Betio Island, Tarawa Atoll, if your boat draws more than four feet of water.
military's Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command (JPAC) as they attempt to identify and bring home WWII soldiers' remains from the Pacific atoll of Tarawa.