- n. A female given name of modern usage.
- From the vocabulary word ocean, inspired by the fashionable French female name Océane. (Wiktionary)
“Through time, and it has already happened, I would imagine a certain amount of oil has been incorporated into the (ocean) loop current and will be dispersed out into the Atlantic (Ocean) and towards, of all places, Great Britain and Ireland.”
“Acidified landscape around ocean vents foretells grim future for coral reefs scientists to assess the acidic effect of carbon dioxide on life Ocean acidification will endanger the algae that hold together this reef in the”
“To take the plunge, download any tour and open it in Google Earth, where you can explore many more exciting ocean photos and videos by checking the Ocean folder in the left-hand layers panel.”
“In South Florida, researchers are already working to harness the power of the Gulf Stream for use as an alternative ocean energy power.www. eflorida.com The Center of Excellence in Ocean”
“Study finds crocodiles make up for poor swimming by surfing across the ocean. surf - Human swimming - Australia - Ocean current - University of Queensland”
“OCEAN SPRINGS - Jackson County sheriff's deputies have one area of traffic near the Ocean”
“The speakers listed are three of the biggest names in ocean corporate greenwashing and privatization: David Rockefeller, President and Founding Member, Sailors for the Sea; Michael Sutton, Center for the Future of the Ocean, Monterey Bay Aquarium; and Steve”
“We are not in a position to face down the ocean, saying "This far, Ocean, and not a centimetre further!”
“Google Earth 5.0 shows ocean floor, Mars - Google today announced new additions to Google Earth which include Ocean, Historical Imagery, Touring, and Google Mars 3D.”
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