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undersea

(ŭn′dər-sē′)
adj.
Existing or used beneath the surface of the sea: undersea life; undersea cameras.
adv. undersea (ŭn′dər-sē′) also underseas (-sēz′)
Beneath the surface of the sea.
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* What are the trends in undersea warfare and antisubmarine warfare (ASW) in the western Pacific region?
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Naval air, surface and undersea activities are compartmentalized at appropriate centers.
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A consultant in Venezuela has completed the design for an underseas fiber optic cable between Caracas and Puerto Rico.
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Photo: Fort Wilderness is convenient to the Living Seas, an Epcot Center exhibit that opened a year ago to spotlight the future of underseas exploration.
She is board certified in both general surgery and underseas hyperbaric medicine.
According to ABC News, the spying has been directed at gaining classified information on America's autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) in hopes of undercutting the U.S.'s "underseas battlespace dominance."
Young children and their parents are likely to find themselves in a Nemo-saturated world this summer as a global network of cross-marketing agreements deliver the movie's underseas characters everywhere they're likely to find themselves.
Serious scuba divers can see the estimated 4,000 undersea shipwrecks in Florida waters or visit the John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park off Key Largo, where a nine-foot bronze statue of Christ rests in 25 feet of water.