from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- An island of British Antarctic Territory in Bellingshausen Sea off the coast of the Antarctic Peninsula. Originally thought to be part of the Antarctic landmass, it was proved to be an island by a U.S. exploratory team in 1940.
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Theroretically these five envelopes should all be together -- how does one go missing?
Theroretically, this means the expedition leaders and doctors may have to leave the camp, which is every spring and autumn a small tent city full of climbing teams.