North Atlantic love

Definitions

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  • proper n. The portion of the Atlantic Ocean that lies primarily between North America and the northeast coast of South America to the east, and Europe and the northwest coast of Africa to the west.

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  • n. that part of the Atlantic Ocean to the north of the equator

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Examples

  • Hopping the North Atlantic was a memory cited both by a Daytona-based private jet pilot, Michele LaVigna, and by the president of the trade group Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, Craig Fuller.

    Private Aviation, Global Adventures

  • From studying physical maps you know that the North Atlantic is the area of the Atlantic that lies north of the Equator and that the entire west coast of Europe borders the North Atlantic, so you correctly answer Europe.

    Geography Bee today! Test your geo smarts

  • Let's not forget though that from tomorrow we become Region 9 and from 2010 Scotland will be known as the North Atlantic Tranche.

    John Terry’s sacking as England captain tells us something interesting...

  • Subtropical high pressures from the North Atlantic are the predominant climatic feature.

    Garajonay National Park, Spain

  • This time the culprit is believed to be a similar phenomenon in the tropical North Atlantic, which is suppressing the trade winds that bring moisture to the Amazon.

    The Gasping Forest

  • [Garcia Ferrer] Well, Commander, regarding tourism I can say that we are about to complete the hotel which has thus far been known as the North Atlantic

    Fourth Castro, PCC Meeting Report

  • But these foreign born were confined almost entirely to the Northern states, that is, the North Atlantic states and North Central states.

    Sociology and Modern Social Problems

  • Such wandering corpses are common enough in the North Atlantic, which is haunted by all the terrors of the sea, — fogs, icebergs, dead ships bent upon mischief, and long sinister gales that fasten upon one like a vampire till all the strength and the spirit and even hope are gone, and one feels like the empty shell of a man.

    Lord Jim

  • Such wandering corpses are common enough in the North Atlantic, which is haunted by all the terrors of the sea, -- fogs, icebergs, dead ships bent upon mischief, and long sinister gales that fasten upon one like a vampire till all the strength and the spirit and even hope are gone, and one feels like the empty shell of a man.

    Lord Jim

  • Even old hands marveled at the continuing power of this winter, whose endless snowstorms are being helped along by a cold-air phenomenon off the coast known as the North Atlantic

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

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