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- proper n. The sea between Europe and Africa.
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- n. the largest inland sea; between Europe and Africa and Asia
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Carnac and Luxor are but names, or if their skeletons remain, still more desert sand, and at length a wave of the Mediterranean Sea are needed to wash away the filth that attaches to their grandeur.
The Liner, Duke Henryk had been on the Mediterranean Sea for months, with indifferent success.
The Apennine Mountains rise in the east and the Mediterranean Sea lies to the west.
-- (Alexandria was situated on the Mediterranean Sea directly opposite the island of Pharos, 12 miles west of the Canopic branch of the
a Great Italy taking in most of the Mediterranean Sea as far as
The Dardanelles are a water passageway from the Mediterranean Sea and the Aegean to the Sea of Marmara.
On the south and south west were the granite mountains of Sinai and on the north the Mediterranean Sea and the mountainous region south of Judea.
Miocene period, this region was a continuation of the Gulf of the Po and communicated with the Mediterranean Sea by the channel, or possibly the archipelago, of Cadibona.