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Persian Gulf,

location of war where the syndrome was first experienced.
Persian Gulf syndrome - various symptoms experienced by veterans of the Persian Gulf War.
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Regional adaptation has also lead the researchers to conclude that reefs threatened by climate change in the Gulf of Oman or Indian Ocean are unlikely to acquire the so-called "super genes" of Arabian Gulf corals.
Iran is just 250km away from the western side of the Arabian Gulf, which is enough for us to worry over the fact that anything that may happen will definitely impact the region as whole.
The Arabian Gulf, to the east of Arab countries and west of Iran, has an area of 233,100 square kilometres and extends 970 kilometres from the Shatt Al Arab delta to the Strait of Hormuz, which links it with the Sea of Oman.
Waters in both the Oman Sea and the Arabian Gulf may become very rough at times, the NCMS said.
The total catch in the Arabian Gulf for the year 2014 amounted to (10254) tons by (646) boats in Qatif and Jubail; while the total in the Red Sea - Jazan region (982) tons by (133) boats, and fish farms production from shrimps reached approximately (12980) tons for the year 2014 AD.
Marzouq's dissertation addressed cancer patients in the Arabian Gulf and the researcher discovered new results show that people from the Arabian Gulf have unique genetic mutations private, which may be directly related to cancer.
The fourth session, entitled "non-traditional and asymmetrical challenges," will analyze the dangers of nuclear proliferation in the Arabian Gulf.
From December 31, rugby's governing body in the region, the Arabian Gulf Rugby Football Union (AGRFU), will cease to exist, thus paving the way for individual member unions around the Gulf.
Swire Shipping Announces New Service into the Arabian Gulf
Sony Gulf will be the official partner of the Gulf's most popular football event - the 19th Arabian Gulf Cup set to take place in Oman.
All bar two of the 14 horses left in the Voltigeur Stakes are engaged in the Leger, including Sir Michael Stoute's Arabian Gulf, who was an 11th-hour withdrawal from the Derby.
HS-8 has expanded their role in the global war on terror by patrolling the skies above southeastern Iraq and the northern Arabian Gulf.

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