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Gulf of Thailand


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  • proper n. An inland body of water in the Pacific Ocean that is southeast of Southeast Asia below the countries of Myanmar, Thailand, and Cambodia, and is close to the Malay Peninsula of Malaysia.

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

  • n. an arm of the South China Sea between Indochina and the Malay Peninsula


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  • He seems to mean it, too: Chevron recently announced the largest capital and exploratory budget in its history, $26 billion to drill in Australia, Western Africa and the Gulf of Thailand, among other places.

    Oil Without Apologies

  • Much of this supply comes from the Gulf of Thailand, where Chevron operates 14 blocks.

    Chevron Speeds Up Thai Gas Project

  • Thailand's capital city so far has remained largely unaffected, because of a system of walls, dikes, canals and tunnels that steer floodwaters away from the city of nine million people and into the Gulf of Thailand.

    Floodwaters Continue to Hammer Thailand

  • Oct. 20 – Thai authorities begin diverting water into Bangkok's eastern suburbs and some major canals, to speed up drainage of floodwaters into Gulf of Thailand.

    Thailand Takes a Risk to Ease Flood

  • Chiva Som, a luxury health resort facing the Gulf of Thailand, is tucked into seven acres of gardens and provides individual wellness programs for guests.

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  • Agriculture Minister Theera Wongsamut said the largest mass of runoff water flowing southward had passed through Bangkok's Chao Phraya river and into the Gulf of Thailand, and that the river's levels would rise no higher. Top Stories

  • Vessels of a Vietnamese company were tracked by boat from about 10 kilometers 6 miles upriver to the Gulf of Thailand, where nearly a dozen seagoing barges, tugs hovering around them, took on the sand.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • Floodwaters in northern areas began in August and have slowly crawled south toward the Gulf of Thailand, though the government has notched up the urgency of flood-control efforts only in the past two weeks.

    SFGate: Don Asmussen: Bad Reporter

  • Officials in charge of fighting the flood had suggested earlier Monday that Bangkok would be spared thanks to the city's complex system of flood walls, canals, dikes and underground tunnels that help divert vast pools of runoff south into the Gulf of Thailand.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Floodwaters have begun receding in some provinces north of Bangkok, but they have built up around the city, which stands in the way of the water's natural flow south toward the Gulf of Thailand. | Top Stories


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