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a.1.Full of whirlpools or gulfs.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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And what does the once Gulfy boy think about his life spent in the UAE?
(34) The Homericized Pacific of the Keats sonnet (dated October 1816) cited here is comparable to the "Grecian grandeur" and "billowy main" of its pair poem (clated February 1817) "On Seeing the Elgin Marbles." The explorer silent on a peak in Darien might foresee not only a passage to India, but the Panama Canal, on the evidence of its prediction, via a seraph-like overview, in Barlow, Columbiad 10.203-206: "Where Darien hills o'erlook the gulfy tide, / Cleft in his view the enormous banks divide; / Ascending sails their opening pass pursue / And waft the sparkling treasures of Peru" [1:760]).
Children will also have the opportunity to once again meet Gulfy, a life-sized cartoon character, created as an enhancement to Gulf Air's award-winning Sky Nanny service.