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Kenai Peninsula

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A peninsula of south-central Alaska between Cook Inlet and the Gulf of Alaska.

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Examples

  • The signs of heat add to concerns that an eruption is near, which could send an ash cloud about 160km northeast toward Anchorage, the state's largest city, or onto communities on the Kenai Peninsula, which is even closer to the mountain on the west side of Cook Inlet.

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  • After a grueling 15-week course at the Department of Public Safety Training Academy in Sitka, summer on the Kenai Peninsula is a welcome sight for the Kenai Police Department's three new additions to the force.

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  • Peninsula Clarion After a grueling 15-week course at the Department of Public Safety Training Academy in Sitka, summer on the Kenai Peninsula is a welcome sight for the Kenai Police Department's three new additions to the force.

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  • After a grueling 15-week course at the Department of Public Safety Training Academy in Sitka, summer on the Kenai Peninsula is a welcome sight for the Kenai Police Department's three new additions to the force.

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  • The LNG facility on the Kenai Peninsula is the only export facility in North America.

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  • The Swanson River field on the Kenai Peninsula was the first commercial production site for oil and gas in Alaska's modern oil era.

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  • The Alaska Earthquake Information Center said the event was widely felt in the Kenai Peninsula and Cook Inlet regions, with the strongest shaking occurring in the Peninsula communities of Sterling and Soldotna.

    Alaska Earthquake 2011: Anchorage Rocked By 5.2 Quake

  • Kenai Peninsula officials had no reports of damage or injuries, said Jeremy Zidek, spokesman for the state Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management.

    Alaska Earthquake 2011: Anchorage Rocked By 5.2 Quake

  • The Alaska Earthquake Information Center said the event was widely felt in the Kenai Peninsula and Cook Inlet regions, with the strongest shaking occurring in the Peninsula communities of Sterling and Soldotna.

    Alaska Earthquake 2011: Anchorage Rocked By 5.2 Quake

  • Kenai Peninsula officials had no reports of damage or injuries, said Jeremy Zidek, spokesman for the state Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management.

    Alaska Earthquake 2011: Anchorage Rocked By 5.2 Quake

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