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oceanic

occurring in the sea where the depth exceeds 200 m.
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Oceanic scent perfume utilize a mix of manufactured mixes to evoke natural aromas, for example, mountain air, ocean spray, or clean linen.
"The partnership with Oceanic Media will support our national rollout with the introduction of thousands of great restaurants across the country to BigDish," explained Chief Executive Sanj Naha.
"Studies show that by 2050, there will be more plastic than fish in the world's oceans," says Oceanic Society CEO Roderic Mast.
At the landmark sale of Oceanic works from the Frum collection at Sotheby's Paris in 2014, a Uli figure sold for 1.6m [euro].
Triathletes competing in both routes swam in the Oceanic Hotel's natural bay and embarked on a cycle through the hills of Khor Fakkan, before transitioning in the hotel grounds for the final part of the triathlon.
"Once on the scene, the response team attempted to herd some of the free-swimming live whales into deeper water, however, they were ultimately unsuccessful with that effort," Blair Mase, a representative of the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration, told (http://www.reuters.com/article/us-florida-whales-idUSKBN1511IF) Reuters.
The sailors were attacked by Oceanic whitetip sharks.
Global oceanic DOVs are estimated and then the temporal-spatial distribution of global oceanic DOVs is studied in the paper.
Individuals or teams of three athletes, completing one discipline each, will embark on an 800m open water swim in the Oceanic Hotel's natural bay, then cycle for 30km through the rolling hills of Khorffakkan before the final part of the triathlon, the 7km run course, which leads tri-athletes back along the Khorfakkan Corniche to the hotel where participants will cross the finish line, according to UAE News Agency (WAM).
Modeling Atmospheric and Oceanic Flows: Insights from Laboratory Experiments and Numerical Simulations
Stories from the ECHO during the war years AN UNFORTUNATE loss with regard to British mercantile shipping has occurred in connection with the war, the well-known White Star liner Oceanic, which has been acting as an armed merchant cruiser, having been lost near the north coast of Scotland.