interoceanic

interoceanic

(ˈɪntərˌəʊʃɪˈænɪk)
adj
involving, connecting, or moving between two or more oceans
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The direct costs of interoceanic transport development would be less than 3 percent of the estimated $2 billion total expense, which itself may be an underestimate.
This was one of investment and re-investment of cash surpluses, allowing the enterprise to grow from a line running from one wilderness to another into a transcontinental railway connected with the main centers of population in Canada and the northern United States, into an interoceanic transport system with ships on the Atlantic and Pacific, into a hotel chain from Quebec to Vancouver, and finally into a large nonferrous metal mining enterprise.
relations with Jose Santos Zelaya in Nicaragua, Zelaya's attempts to find alternate capital for the construction of an interoceanic canal after the U.S.
The agricultural boom he refers to derived its dynamism from exporting practically 70 percent of its production; so too did Argentine industry, which was based on food processing (mainly meat packing and textiles); the transportation industry also derived its buoyancy from handling mostly commodities for exports on its railroads and interoceanic shipping.
The new Interoceanic Highway traverses the region from Brazil to Puerto Maldonado, then to Cusco and three Pacific ports, and enables increased incursions and alterations to forest and riverine habitats.
The Ortega government expects GDP numbers to rise even higher as work progresses on its plan to construct a US$50 billion interoceanic canal (NotiCen, Oct.
Obama began his day with a visit to the Panama Canal, where, jacket slung over his shoulder in the tropical heat, he toured a command center and walked across the Miraflores locks, at the Pacific entrance to the interoceanic waterway.