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- proper n. the body of water that separates the three main islands of Japan
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- n. an arm of the Pacific Ocean in southern Japan; surrounded by the islands of Honshu and Shikoku and Kyushu and linked to the Sea of Japan by a narrow channel; the chief port is Hiroshima
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Kisner placed the carrier HIMJS Hiryu in Japan’s Inland Sea near the city of Kure on November 29, 1941.
He traveled on to Nagasaki and Moji, on the Inland Sea opposite the Tsushima Strait, where he obtained passage on a steamer leaving February 1 for Chemulpo, Korea, staging area for the Japanese armies moving toward the Yalu and Manchurian border.
The other fork went east: the Golden Road that led to the Inland Sea and beyond.
His flat, lethal gaze reminded her that those ancient gods of the Inland Sea were capable of killing with a glare.
Then he resumed, Know, O my mistress, that I come to-night from the Islands of the Inland Sea in the parts of China, which are the realms of King Ghayúr, lord of the
There was a rush of colour to Nicolo's face, and his eyes looked unseeingly before him; for, in fancy, he was gazing on the Inland Sea that had nursed him, that had mothered the childhood of man.