from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- An arm of the southern Pacific Ocean between southeast Australia and western New Zealand.
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- proper n. A marginal sea of the Pacific Ocean. It is located between Australia and New Zealand.
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- n. an arm of the southern Pacific Ocean between southeastern Australia and New Zealand
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Just beyond us it makes a sharp left turn and proceeds by a series of sharp twists and folds to the Tasman Sea, which is a hazy glimmer in the far distance.
The Tasman Sea is the large body of water between Australia and New Zealand, approximately
The Tasman Sea is the large body of water between Australia and New Zealand, approximately 2000 kilometres (1250 miles) across.
To get to Sydney we will have to cross the Tasman Sea, which is notorious for strong cold fronts whizzing up from the southern ocean from June onwards.
Despite that onslaught the only player who came close to a fatal blow on that tour was New Zealand's Ewen Chatfield from Peter Lever after England had retreated from their frontline ordeal across the Tasman Sea.
With a deep low sitting over the Tasman Sea, cold air was drawn up from the Antarctic across much of southern and eastern Australia.
Across the Tasman Sea in New Zealand, Mainfreight added 2.7% after saying Monday it has agreed to buy Netherlands-based Wim Bosman Group for an initial price of €110 million.
Australia has more than 300 robots actively working in the multinational program, the second highest after the U.S., reporting to international data centers from the Indian, Pacific and Southern oceans and the Tasman Sea.
In 1936, Hazel Severson's new husband went to the Amador County, Calif., library and checked out Sir Francis Chichester's tale of flying alone across the Tasman Sea six years earlier.
This isn't a special effect image from a new catastrophe movie; it is an actual satellite image of the dust storm sweeping over and around eastern Australia, heading across the Tasman Sea toward New Zealand.
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