Oceanic


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Synonyms for Oceanic

of or relating to the seas or oceans

Synonyms for Oceanic

an eastern subfamily of Malayo-Polynesian languages

relating to or occurring or living in or frequenting the open ocean

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resembling the ocean in apparent limitlessness in extent or degree

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constituting or living in the open sea

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Oceanic Hotel Resort and Spa, Khorfakkan General Manager, Ian Phillips, said, "We're very happy and excited to host the Oceanic Triathlon Series Short Course race, as it also gives us the opportunity to showcase the beauty of Khorfakkan, and the Oceanic Resort as an ideal venue to the triathlon community.
Marine mammals are included in this chapter, although marine mammals and turtles are often considered to be fish in Oceanic taxonomies, a topic addressed by Pawley in Chapter 8.
Oceanic Resort & Spa also offers a variety of recreational and leisure activities including outdoor temperature-controlled swimming pool, fitness centre, spa, sauna and steam room, jogging and walking trail, children's swimming pool, kids' club and private marina as well as diving facilities with PADI Dive Centre.
The US Fed approved in October last year a voting trust agreement, which allowed Allied Bank to place shares of Oceanic Holdings in a temporary trust.
The ship is a sister vessel of Oceanic Vega, which was delivered in July 2010.
One crewman, who did not want to be named, said: "I am 100 per cent sure it was an oceanic whitetip.
When we first encounter it in a gallery of a museum we perhaps sense that there is something in these strange masks that is a little frightening" writes Michael Gunn the associate curator for Oceanic Art at the Saint Louis Art Museum.
America Movil SAB, Latin America's largest mobile-phone company, is spending US$72 million to buy Oceanic Digital Jamaica Ltd to expand in the Caribbean, two analysts said, reports Bloomberg (Aug.
Material journeys; collecting African and Oceanic art, 1945-2000.
Material Journeys: Collecting African and Oceanic Art, 1945-2000
Compiled, organized, and edited by Christraud Geary (Curator of African and Oceanic Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston), From The South Seas: Oceanic Art In The Teel Collection showcases some 80 Oceanic works of art, each of which is superbly illustrated through full-color photography with an accompanying text describing the object's form and function.
Maryland FoodNet supplied case data; population estimates were acquired from the Maryland Department of Planning State Data Center; and meteorologic data for Baltimore Washington International airport ([approximately equal to] 10 miles from the city center) were obtained from the National Atmospheric and Oceanic Administration (4).
Proto Oceanic was a developmental stage within the Austronesian language family, which includes most of the pre-European languages of the island Indo-Pacific including Madagascar but excluding virtually all of mainland New Guinea.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Climate Prediction Center made the announcement at the American Meteorological Society's meeting in Atlanta, confirming the slight cooling of parts of the Pacific Ocean and changes in the jet stream.
Air traffic controllers in New York today are using the Federal Aviation Administration's new system to manage oceanic air traffic.