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Synonym: marinenauticalSimilar words: mark timemaritalfrom time to timeapparitiongood samaritantimetime outin timeMeaning: ['mærɪtaɪm]  adj. 1. relating to or involving ships or shipping or navigation or seamen 2. bordering on or living or characteristic of those near the sea. 
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1. Amalfi and Venice were important maritime powers.
2. Many maritime people are fishermen.
3. Make sure you visit the maritime museum if you're interested in anything to do with ships or seafaring.
4. San Francisco has lost nearly all of its maritime industry.
5. Festuca rubra - Armeria maritima maritime grassland.
6. Killeen has cut multimillion-dollar maritime losses in half.
7. He is now Director of the Maritime Transport Bureau.
8. The decision caused rejoicing in maritime and royalist circles.
9. Maritime historians rate his revelations of seafaring conditions highly.
10. It has been restored by the National Maritime Museum over the past five years and was reopened in May.
11. The Maritime Province was both the temporary home for working-class compatriots from the homeland and the base for patriots residing abroad.
12. People in rainy maritime climates call it just water,( ) and complain when it falls from heaven.
13. The Maritime school can counter-claim that casualty lists were far shorter in these two wars.
14. Maritime cliff Armeria maritima - Ligusticum scoticum maritime rock crevice community.
15. The ordinary commercial rate, at least for maritime loans, would have been far higher.
16. This caravan system could not be coordinated with maritime trade except by means of an extensive semi-capitalist organization.
17. And the system faces global maritime extinction by February 1999.
18. The temperature change in winter is less pronounced in maritime areas.
19. By the end of this fiscal year in June(, maritime operations are projected to lose $ 6. 4 million.
20. Verse 13: although near enough to acquire wealth from maritime trade, Zebulun's territory did not stretch to the sea.
21. From 1540 to 1542 he appears to have resided in Paris, studying the maritime sciences.
22. This is quite an energetic section of the walk with steep slopes covered in beautiful maritime heaths.
23. More than 800 men died and their bodies still lie in what has become Britain's most sacred maritime war grave.
24. Across the River Esk is a whale's jawbone arch, a reminder of the town's maritime history.
25. Visby's compromise was regarded by the developing nations as responsive to the complaints of maritime carriers.
26. Aviation experts say the planes were flying at low altitude on a special maritime training mission.This report from Debbie Kelly.
27. The research investigates the concepts of peacekeeping and peace enforcement as they might be applied to United Nations maritime operations.
28. To some extent they are, and some marine creatures treat the whole maritime world as their oyster.
29. He represented major corporate clients, from BankAmerica Corp. to Crowley Maritime.
30. They believe that our forces must be so trained and equipped that they can play both a Continental and Maritime role.
More similar words: mark timemaritalfrom time to timeapparitiongood samaritantimetime outin timeon timefor a timeat a timeat timespastimebedtimein no timeat no timemarinemarinauntimelytake timeby the timelifetimeover timeeach timemeantimelead timenext timefull timefull-timespare time
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