Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of marina.

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Examples

  • I think I was expecting a little bit of well-thought-out description of mini-wars being fought in marinas and shipyards.

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  • The report also concedes that long-term marinas are at odds with established plans for the waterfront and bay.

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  • These little settlements under the cliff, called marinas, are worlds in themselves, picturesque at a distance, but squalid seen close at hand.

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  • These little settlements under the cliff, called marinas, are worlds in themselves, picturesque at a distance, but squalid seen close at hand.

    Saunterings

  • "Our marinas are the gateway to our state's waterways and play an important role in giving the people of South Carolina access to water-related recreational activities."

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  • This support includes equipment, facilities, communication and maintenance, among others, as well as establishing a number of new berths and marinas, which is expected to increase over the coming years.

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  • The Seychelles, which has 491 kilometres of coastline on its 455 square kilometres of territory, reported tourism as a primary cause of coastal erosion - mainly arising from attempts to cosmetically improve the beach and swimming areas, while the provision of marine facilities such as marinas and piers also played a role.

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  • We’re calling the marinas and getting the word out.

    Vince Flynn Collectors’ Edition #2

  • We’re calling the marinas and getting the word out.

    Vince Flynn Collectors’ Edition #2

  • We’re calling the marinas and getting the word out.

    Vince Flynn Collectors’ Edition #2

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