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A·dé·lie Coastalso A·dé·lie Land (ə-dā′lē)
A region of Antarctica near George V Coast, under French sovereignty since 1938.
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Adélie Land(ˈædɪlɪ; French adeli)
(Placename) a part of Antarctica, between Wilkes Land and George V Land: the mainland section of the French Southern and Antarctic Territories (claim suspended under the Antarctic Treaty). Also called: Adélie Coast French name: Terre Adélie
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|Noun||1.||Adelie Land - a costal region of Antarctica to the south of Australia; noted for its large colonies of penguins|
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