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- proper n. A marginal sea of the Pacific Ocean off the north-east coast of Australia.
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- n. an arm of the South Pacific to the northeast of Australia
- n. a Japanese defeat in World War II (May 1942); the first naval battle fought entirely by planes based on aircraft carriers
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The Coral Sea is a two-disc live release which will be released July 11th on PASK, a new imprint founded by Smith and Shields.
"The Coral Sea is the perfect complement to make it an even richer natural heirloom for jobs and prosperity in Queensland in the decades and centuries to come."
Professor Kearney is worried that conservationists will now target the Coral Sea, which is part of the South Pacific tuna fishery, the world's largest.
Battle of the Coral Sea was the first naval battle in which ships involved never sighted each other and aircraft were solely used to attack opposing forces.
It's called Coral Sea and it's strictly for dogfighting in airplanes.
Collectively a group of scientists, environmental groups, and former members of Australia's navy have urged for the creation of a gigantic reserve that would ban fishing in a pristine 400,000 square mile area known as the Coral Sea - if approved, it will be the world's largest protected marine area.
The Battle of the Coral Sea was the first World War II seafight involving aircraft carriers.
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"Pacific Crucible" covers all aspects of those eventful six months, which climaxed in the battles in the Coral Sea in May 1942 and at Midway in June.
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