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1. Sailing across the Atlantic on a raft was an adventure.
2. They underlaid the Atlantic with a cable.
3. The great Atlantic rollers surged in.
4. Sailing the Atlantic in such a tiny boat wasn't so much brave as foolhardy.
5. Flying across the Atlantic for the first time was a great achievement.
6. The Atlantic swell surged up under them.
7. NATO is short for North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
8. the common porpoise of the North Atlantic and Pacific.
9. It is more than 3,500 kilomters from the Atlantic Ocean on the east coast to the Pacific Ocean on the west.
10. A gap in the clouds revealed the Atlantic far below.
11. We sailed the Atlantic in five days.
12. She spoke in a soft mid Atlantic accent.
13. We drove down to the windswept Atlantic coast of Portugal.
14. Huge Atlantic rollers crashed onto the rocks.
15. A depression over the Atlantic usually brings bad weather in Britain.
16. Concorde crosses the Atlantic at twice the speed of sound.
17. After three weeks crossing the Atlantic,(sentencedict.com) they made landfall on the coast of Ireland.
18. Atlantic City is the hot favourite to stage the fight.
19. This river runs into the Atlantic Ocean.
20. The Atlantic weather systems had been kind.
21. Who was the first person to fly the Atlantic?
22. I want to hop the Atlantic by a hot-air balloon.
23. The book excited very little comment on this side of the Atlantic.
24. The company owns a chain of hotels along/on the Atlantic seaboard.
25. The plane was lost without a trace over the Atlantic.
26. A tropical storm is gaining strength in the eastern Atlantic.
27. The books have been a publishing sensation on both sides of the Atlantic.
28. Most western European nations are signatories to/of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
29. The great ship slipped her moorings and slid out into the Atlantic.
30. This branch of the river eventually empties into the Atlantic.
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