Gulf of Mexico

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Noun1.Gulf of Mexico - an arm of the Atlantic to the south of the United States and to the east of Mexico
Atlantic, Atlantic Ocean - the 2nd largest ocean; separates North and South America on the west from Europe and Africa on the east
Galveston Bay - an arm of the Gulf of Mexico in Texas to the south of Houston
Gulf Coast - a seashore of the Gulf of Mexico
Bay of Campeche, Golfo de Campeche, Gulf of Campeche - a part of the Gulf of Mexico to the west of Yucatan
Mobile Bay - a bay of the Gulf of Mexico; fed by the Mobile River
Tampa Bay - an arm of the Gulf of Mexico in west central Florida
Golf von Mexiko
golfe du Mexique
Golfo do México
Mexikanska golfen
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The Playa Mundo Maya is located on another side of the Yucatan Peninsula on the safe side of the Mexican Gulf, which is away from the sargassum path and the high-risk of the hurricane impact.
The price of oil at the major oil export hubs on the Mexican Gulf Coast, not least the Louisiana Offshore Oil Port (LOOP), reflects a price much closer to that of Brent crude, the global benchmark.
Set on the west coast of Florida, it overlooks the warm waves of the Mexican Gulf, where beach-bums and water sports enthusiasts can both enjoy their chosen pastimes.
During 2015, the Mexico Chapter carried out a major project to restore mangroves in coastal lagoons in the Mexican Gulf States of Veracruz, Campeche and Quintana Roo.
That's down 3 points from September, when the president's job approval briefly spiked to 45 percent amid widespread praise for the federal government's response to the hurricanes that battered the Mexican Gulf states, Hill reported.
(TAP) - Storm Katia rapidly weakened on Saturday after it made landfall near the working-class beach resort of Tecolutla in the state of Veracruz on the Mexican Gulf coast, the U.S.
Energy services company Sempra Energy (NYSE: SRE) reported on Wednesday the receipt of an agreement, with an expected investment of approximately USD155m, to build and operate a storage and send-out liquid fuels marine terminal on the Mexican Gulf Coast from the Veracruz Port Administration in Mexico.
The company has received the contract to build and operate a receipt, storage and send-out liquid fuels marine terminal on the Mexican Gulf Coast.
Dolores Flores-Silva, from the Mexican Gulf state of Veracruz, teaches Latin American literature and culture at Roanoke College.
The Olmec were an early people of Mesoamerica who settled the Mexican Gulf Coast.
They describe the movement of carved marble vases made in Ulua in Honduras, stone celts and figures at La Venta on the Mexican Gulf Coast, stone used by Tarascan people of West Mexico prior to Spanish colonization, glass beads that moved from European workshops to Spanish colonial places, the reuse of worked stones in Iberia, early ceramic production in the Lake Titicaca Basin of highland Bolivia, the antiquities trade of present-day museums, medical objects in Tanzania, historic baskets made in New England by Nipmuc women, and carved wooden paddles and earthenware vessels in ancient southeastern North America.
Greenpeace has said that oil production in the pristine region risks spills similar to the Mexican Gulf disaster at BP's platform in 2010, saying that some of Prirazlomnaya platform's parts were used at another offshore project some 30 years ago.