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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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Navy in undersea warfare, would use its few new SSNs--precious to the Chinese but almost certainly not comparable to American SSNs in capability and stealth--in an effort to strip the carrier groups of their submarine protection.
The centers are the NAWC, consisting of two major divisions -- Weapons Division and Aircraft Division; the Naval Surface Warfare Center; the Naval Undersea Warfare Center; the Naval Command, Control and Ocean Surveillance Center; and the Naval Corporate Research Laboratory.
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In addition, Equant has integrated its formerly separate fiber capacity and is leveraging the fiber assets of France Telecom, which has major stakes in the principal underseas cables ventures and operates continental fiber optic backbones in Europe and North America.
She is board certified in both general surgery and underseas hyperbaric medicine.
For this purpose, Global One will use its worldwide backbone, which is integrated with France Telecom's North American and European fiber optic backbone networks and connected with the world's major underseas cable systems.
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.
will be completed by the end of 2001 and will interconnect worldwide via the major underseas cables.
360networks is completing a technologically advanced 90,300-kilometer (56,100-mile) network, including a fiber-optic terrestrial network in North America and Europe and underseas cables linking North America, South America and Europe.
available via traditional underseas or terrestrial fiber optic
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