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  • proper n. A strait between Chukotka, Russia and Alaska, USA, linking the Arctic Ocean to the Bering Sea.

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  • n. a strait connecting the Bering Sea to the Arctic Ocean


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  • That was when it became clear that Homo hadalis for Hades Man had preceded his cousin throughout early Europe, Asia, and the Americas, including this island that was once part of the Bering Strait land bridge.


  • It is surmised by the biographers that the young Shakespeare got his vast knowledge of the law and his familiar and accurate acquaintance with the manners and customs and shop-talk of lawyers through being for a time the clerk of a Stratford court; just as a bright lad like me, reared in a village on the banks of the Mississippi, might become perfect in knowledge of the Bering Strait whale-fishery and the shop-talk of the veteran exercisers of that adventure-bristling trade through catching catfish with a "trot-line" Sundays.

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