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  • proper n. A region of the Indian Ocean located between India, the Arabian Peninsula, and Somalia.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a northwestern arm of the Indian Ocean between India and Arabia


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  • She warned that he was seriously thinking of withdrawing his offer to part the waters, "so that all you'll get at the Arabian Sea is a salt -- water bath, and then it's back to your deserted potato fields on which no rain will ever fall again."

    The Satanic Verses

  • For example, there have been claims that a planned oil pipeline from the Caspian Sea via Afghanistan and Pakistan to the Arabian Sea is the main prize behind the US's seemingly futile military campaign in those countries.

    Libertarian Blog Place

  • He said that participation in the exercise was an opportunity and operating in the warm waters of the Arabian Sea was a great experience. - Articles related to Govt orders radar to track movement in thick forests

  • As part of the ongoing standoff, Iran has threatened to close the narrow passage leading from the Persian Gulf to the Arabian Sea, which is the most important shipping route for oil from the producers in the Gulf to consumers in the West.

    News from

  • (This already seems to be happening in the Arabian Sea, which is home to one of the world's largest OMZs.)


  • Overlooking the Arabian Sea is the Royal Orchid Galaxy in Goa.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • There are 3 cores from the Arabian Sea, which is a strong upwelling region that we’ve discussed frequently.

    Lorenz et al 2006: "Tropical Cooling" « Climate Audit

  • Arabian Sea which is being reclaimed near Badhwar Park in south Mumbai's Backbay Reclamation falls under the jurisdiction of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region - Articles related to Maharashtra to implement JNNURM-like scheme

  • It’s a dangerous practice to let your eye get teased into visual comparisons, but I was struck by a comparison between the G Bulloides series from the Arabian Sea which is an upwelling proxy and Stott’s Warm Pool SST proxies.

    Warm Pool and the Arabian Sea « Climate Audit

  • In "The Cat's Table," Mr. Ondaatje's latest novel, an 11-year-old boy named Michael makes the long journey in 1954 from his native Ceylon to England—across the Arabian Sea, up the Red Sea, across the Mediterranean, up the French coast to the English Channel and the Thames Estuary—on a ship called the Oronsay.

    A Floating World


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