Two Oceans

Two Oceans

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(Athletics (Track & Field)) (functioning as singular) an annual road marathon run in Cape Town, South Africa
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it is the meeting of two fierce tides the conflict of two oceans moved by adverse winds!''
I've left my business hung up at loose ends between two oceans, and it's time to connect again.
The two oceans are now only three and a half days apart by rail.
It rises isolated like a gigantic lighthouse on that portion of the "Sea of Clouds," which is bounded by the "Sea of Tempests," thus lighting by its splendid rays two oceans at a time.
Its shores are washed by the seas of two oceans - the Andaman Sea of the Indian Ocean and the South China Sea of the Pacific.
Mayor Soria introduced the history and current situation of the construction of the "Two Oceans Passage" in the central and western regions of South America, and pointed out that the "two-ocean channel" between the Atlantic and the Pacific is the main reason for promoting the integration process in South America.
Furthermore, he said he had fully prepared for the competition, starting in 2017, saying he ran another ultra-marathon, the Two Oceans in Cape Town three times.
The Northwest Passage connects which two oceans? 8.
It is time to dust off that atlas as a shocking 52% of us think there are only two oceans - the Atlantic and Pacific, according to a survey.
IT IS time to dust off that atlas as a shocking 52 per cent of us think there are only two oceans - the Atlantic and Pacific, according to a survey.
It has always been a vital part of my everyday life, I like adventures, and sports took me to all corners of the world, I already visited more than 60 countries, sailed 5,000 km in two oceans, cycled 2,000 kms in ten countries and climbed five mountains in four continents.
The organisers of this years Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon did an excellent job with their #GOGREEN campaign launched prior to the race.