interocean

interocean

(ˌɪntərˈəʊʃən)
adj
situated between, or connecting, two oceans
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After all, countries such as Nicaragua (where Chinese companies are proposing to dig an interocean canal), Venezuela, and Rwanda are not of particular security interest and have governments that do not comport with U.
has made an announcement on its acquisition of InterOcean Systems, Inc, which is headquartered in San Diego, CA.
Father Rentoria points to two occasions in the 16th century: the first circumnavigation of the globe during the time of Ferdinand Magellan, and the discovery of the tornaviaje or the return route from the East to the West, which heralded the advent of the galleon trade or interocean commerce.
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Characterization of site hydrodynamics at control sites near the mussel rafts was performed by mooring an Interocean S4 electromagnetic current meter at mid depth and/or by using a bottom-mounted Sontek Acoustic Doppler Profiler (ADP) measuring in 2-m bins.
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Prior to initially joining RiverNorth in 2009, he was a managing director at InterOcean Financial Group, LLC, where he was part of the investment committee and participated in investment manager research, due diligence and review processes.
One critic commented that the music of Schoeneberg's Five OrchestraIPieces resembled the wailings of a tortured soul, and to a writer in the Chicago InterOcean, it was "a bestial racket.
Chicago) Daily InterOcean, August 28, 1881 3, citing the Buffalo Courier; Brooklyn Eagle, September 1, 1881, 3; Cincinnati Commercial Tribune, October 8, 1882, 7; Frank V.
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Respectively the second and third largest of the world's oceans, the Atlantic and the Indian Ocean are linked at a point of interocean exchange near the southern tip of South Africa.